About us

Our history

The practice was founded in 1946 by Hercules Jordon in a small premises on Bridge street in Banbridge. In 1958 John Huey joined the practice and became a partner in 1959. The practice moved to larger premises in Rathfriland street and in 1978 Hercules Jordan retired from the veterinary profession. In 1985 John’s son Richard Huey joined and the practice continued to grow and develop. John retired from practice life in 2005, Marcus White joined at that point becoming a partner in 2006. Over the years the practice has grown and developed, now at our new purpose build surgery at Ardery’s Lane, the practice team now consists of15 members of staff all dedicated to caring for your animals.

What We Do

We pride ourselves on our passion for animals and the professionalism of our friendly staff. For over 60 years, our clinic has been providing quality veterinary care to pets and farm animals in Banbridge and across County Down. Contact us today to find out more information or to schedule an appointment.

From providing routine health care to Emergency care, you can rely on our dedicated team of Vets and Vet nurses at Iveagh Vets to provide the best care for your animals. Please contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Why choose Iveagh Vets?

· Excellent team of friendly, compassionate and experienced staff.

· Practice has been caring for animals in Banbridge for over 60 years.

· We are an independent, locally owed practice committed to caring for your animals 365 days a year.

For emergencies please call: 028 4066 2334

At Iveagh Vets, we have been providing veterinary care in Banbridge and throughout County Down for over 60 years.


Iveagh Veterinary Surgery
30 Arderys Lane
BT32 3RF


Practice Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30am - 6:00pm

8.30am - 1:00pm

Closed (emergency service only)

Consultations by appointment