Edele Grey, BSc (Hons), MVB (Hons), Cert ESM (Hons), CertAVP, MRCVS



  • Graduated with honours from UCD, Ireland with degrees in Science and Veterinary Medicine and a Certificate in Equine Sports Medicine. Completed Advanced Practitioner Certificate with University of Liverpool, UK.


Veterinary surgeon with experience in many species from exotics to horses and cattle including our much loved companions, cats and dogs. Also experienced teaching the next generation of new veterinarians.


Outdoorsy, spending any free time with the menagerie of horses, kittens and dog.


The Complete Guide To Dental Cleaning For Cats

As humans, we have long been aware of the importance of dental hygiene. In our feline fur-riends however, this is often overlooked. You never see a lion in the wild flossing after a snack! Despite this oversight, our feline pets’ oral health is intrinsically linked with their overall health and wellness. Animals are unable to tell us when they're feeling...

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Scabies In Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment​

Scabies is a colloquial term to describe any skin condition caused by mites in the sarcoptiform family. Feline scabies is an extremely contagious skin disease. Caused by the parasite Notoedres cati,  these mites cause intense itchiness. Also called notoedric mange, pets infested with this mite develop a scaly appearance to their ‘skin. Luckily, in the USA, notoedric mange is rare. Since...

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motion sickness in cats

Motion Sickness In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment

Motion sickness is a common issue in pet cats. While our canine companions tend to “outgrow” motion sickness, it's not the same for kitties. Kitties, for the most part, don't tend to go on regular car trips compared to pooches; so they don't have the same opportunities to learn positive associations with car trips. What Causes Motion Sickness? Motion sickness cases in cats tend...

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Cat Eyes Watering: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

There are a lot of reasons for cat eyes watering. A small amount of discharge or 'crust' is normal at the corner of a cat's eyes, but if you start to notice constant weeping discharge or a sticky, yellow goop, these may be a cause for concern. Watery eyes are also known as epiphora and can occur due to a...

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