Village Vets Bray Open Day with Rosanna Davison | Village Vets

Village Vets are proud to opened our eighteenth clinic in Bray in March and celebrate its grand opening on Saturday Dec 3rd!


With 18 clinics across Dublin and Meath, from Dunshaughlin to Dundrum, our Village Vets Bray clinic is located beside SuperValu. 


We had a fantastic day celebrating with all our clients and Top model Rosanna Davison. Our vets and nurses were there along with Santa Paws to welcome guests and their furry friends at the clinic. 

VIllage Vets Bray


Rosanna, a former Miss World, said she was 'broody for a puppy' after snuggling with Golden Retriever puppy Teddy at Village Vets Bray new clinic in Co Wicklow.



Village Vets Bray will offer a wide range of services from Pet vaccinations to pet passports, as well as our comprehensive pet health plan which includes unlimited free vet visits, as well as discounts on neutering (10%) and Royal Canin Diets(20%), blood tests and much more. 


The clinic will open Monday to Friday from 9am to 7pm and on Saturdays from 9am- 5pm.


Announcing the opening of the new clinic, Charles Cosgrave, MD of Village Vets, said: “With a dedicated team of two vets and three veterinary nurses at Village Vets Bray, we will continue to make lives better through excellence in veterinary care to those in the Bray area and beyond.

We know that pets hold such an important place in our lives, so at Village Vets we strive to provide a consistent high level of care and great value service to our customers.

The team is also very important to us, as we know that our customers like to meet the same team each time they visit, so we look forward to getting to know the local pet owners in the area.”



Village Vets is an award winning business that was set up by Karl Cosgrave in 1980 in Dunshaughlin, which is now run by his children, Charles and Julianne Cosgrave. In 2019 Village Vets won two coveted Energia Family Business Awards; Professional & Business Services Family Business Award and the Family Business CSR Award, demonstrating its leadership in the veterinary practice sector in Ireland.