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Anna Condon

Veterinary Registrar
  • Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, Honours graduate - University College Dublin 2013
  • MVB
  • CertAVP(GSAS)
  • Rotating Internship - Northwest Surgeons, Cheshire 2013-2014
  • Veterinary Surgeon - Small Animal 24-hour hospital, Worksop - 2014-2016
  • Externships at University College Dublin, Chestergates Referrals, Vetspecs New Zealand

I am an ECVS Residency-trained small animal surgeon. I have worked at MVS since it opened in 2017, and am proud to continue to work with such a diligent and experienced team. Since graduation, I have completed my surgical residency and gained the Advanced Practitioner Certificate in small animal surgery. I have interest in all aspects of small animal orthopaedics, with an emphasis on developmental conditions of the limbs, patellar luxation, perioperative pain management, and fracture repair. The most satisfying aspects of my job are surgical decision making and planning, patient care, and seeing the patient and clients quality of life improve as a result of the work we do.

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  • “Steve is my number one choice for orthopaedic requirements for my dogs”

  • “Steve, your follow-up care given was second to none – not only for our dogs but to us too”

  • “Specialist skills combined with a humble & passionate approach”

  • “Steve, your follow-up care given was second to none – not only for our dogs but to us too”

  • “Ben you have been amazing. We can’t thank you enough.”

  • “Steve, thanks to your expertise Rosie and Daisy have a significantly better quality of life”

  • “Thanks Ben. Floyd is now fit and back to terrorising the local wildlife”