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You and your pets come first at Mullingar Pet Hospital

Mullingar Pet Hospital celebrated 25 years in business on Patrick Street, Mullingar, Westmeath in June 2020. Owner and veterinary surgeon David Fagan has completely renovated and modernised the clinic, with cleanliness, comfort, and hygiene in mind.

“We have extended our opening hours to cater for our clients’ needs, both for convenience and peace of mind,” said David.
 

“We open through lunchtime, which is very convenient for people who are working if they want to nip up to get their animal’s medication or to check in on their pets,” adds David, who has built his entire practice around the convenience and comfort of animals and their owners.

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Our vet hospital has seven dedicated parking spaces for clients, as well as dedicated cat hours for cats that don’t mix with dogs, David has made sure customer service comes first at the practice.

“Market Point is a family orientated environment with an entire medical street. We have all the medical services and veterinary services in the one location. We’re here for 25 years and we hope to be here for another 25 years,” said David.

“The hospital is set up to give the exact same service as a human hospital, with in-house laboratory, radiology, surgery, digital x-rays, and ultrasounds. Basically, we can do everything from A – Z here”.

Our History

David opened the doors to his dedicated small animal practice on June 7 1995, making him the third generation of the Fagan family to do business on that site on Patrick Street.

 

The first was his grandfather, Charlie Fagan, a TD in Westmeath for 30 years, who set up the Mullingar Livestock Agency in 1954 (it ran until 2002).

 

Charlie’s son, Edward Fagan, a councillor in Westmeath for 30 years, ran the Mullingar Livestock Agency with partners until 2002, when Frank Kelly transformed the area into Market Point.

 

In honour of this, the official opening of the renovated practice was performed by David’s father, Edward.

The Veterinary Council of Ireland approved hospital provides a friendly and professional service, and David strives to make any visit to the practice as stress-free as possible, for his clients and their treasured animals.