About us

 

Veterinary Surgeon​
I moved to Allora for my first job after finishing university and fell in love with the area. I met my husband here and we felt it was a great place to raise our family. I have worked in the area as a Veterinary Surgeon since the end of 1992. I have worked with both farm and small animals but have found it is a wonderful feeling to help bring new life into the world. It is for this reason I decided to start Inishgold Kennels.

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Gilmore Veterinary Services ​

This business is run by myself, Dr Jane Gilmore. I have been a registered veterinarian since graduating from the University of Queensland in December 1992 with Honours. I have worked in the Darling Downs area that whole time, initially as a mixed practice veterinarian for the first 14 years. In recent years I have decided to treat small animals, mainly dogs and cats.​ I offer a house call service to provide disease prevention such as vaccinations and to treat injuries or illness in dogs and cats in their own home, reducing the stress of travelling to a clinic. While surgery cannot be done in your home, I have access to a clinic where I can take animals to perform surgical procedures.

 

Inishgold Kennels

I have been a registered breeder since 2002 when I became a member of Dogs Queensland. I have been breeding Golden Retrievers since then and Border Collies since 2006. It is my aim to breed quality dogs that would make a wonderful addition to anyone's family

 

 

​Golden Retrievers

​All my adult Golden Retrievers have been hip and elbow scored and have clear certificates for hearts and eyes. This is to show that they are clear of some of the major genetic defects that this breed is susceptible to. With hip dysplasia it is important to breed with dogs who's score is as low as possible. Unfortunately this does not eliminate the possibility of the puppies getting hip dysplasia but it is the best way to try and avoid it.

Border Collies

My Border Collies have been hip and elbow scored and have been fully DNA tested. This means they are not affected by any of the major genetic defects that this breed is susceptible to. Some dogs may be a carrier to one of these diseases. This means that they themselves do not have the disease. It is only an issue when two carriers are mated together as this can result in an affected pup. As I know who is a carrier I am able to make sure they are not mated to another carrier. That way none of their pups will ever be affected by these diseases but at worst could themselves be a carrier. Border Collies are not as prone to hip & elbow dysplasia as Golden Retrievers but I still test all my dogs before breeding.

Carpark at front of building
Carpark at front of building

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Back of the kennels when first built
Back of the kennels when first built

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Carpark at front of building
Carpark at front of building

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