Cara Veterinary Clinic offers excellent service

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Helen Barrett has opened Cara Veterinary Clinic in Lackaboy on the Old Tempo Road in Enniskillen. She has named her business ‘Cara Veterinary Clinic’ after her own dog, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, named Cara.
The purpose built premises aims to provide an excellent service and specialises specifically in small animals.

A full range of veterinary services is available at Cara Veterinary Clinic including medical, surgical, dental, digital imaging and euthanasia.

Cara Veterinary Clinic has employed Emma Dunleavy as practice nurse. She has a keen interest in animal psychology, in the interpretation of pets’ needs and how owners can develop better relations with them for greater contentment. If your pet has a worrying behavioural issue, then why not make an appointment to speak to Emma.

Helen advises owners how important it is to have routine check- ups of their pets so as to prevent avoidable illnesses and explains that clients will be made very welcome to discuss preventative medicine and healthcare treatments from vaccinations to dental treatment.

Clients can expect and deserve that their pet’s lives are improved and enhanced by their visit to Cara Veterinary Clinic.

The clinic is open; Monday and Thursday 9am to 7pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday 10am to 2pm and Sundays are emergency only. If anyone would like to bring their pet (or have their pet treated at) to Cara Veterinary Clinic, then why not ring (028) 66 347 613 for an appointment or email

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