We provide a wide range of veterinary services for you and your pet.
Appointments are available with our vets Monday to Saturday. Our vet will listen to your concern, examine your pet and try to find a solution. We stock a wide range of prescription medicines in order to treat your pet quickly and effectively. We may recommend blood tests, skin tests, x-rays or ultrasound in order to assist with our diagnosis. We have imaging and laboratory facilities on site at each of our clinics. We also have surgery and hospitalisation facilities.
Most pets will require annual health checks and vaccinations. We recommend a check up once a year to have your pets health assessed and to have any vaccinations necessary as well as to advise on your pets weight, diet, worming and flea treatments.
If you are concerned about your pets weight, please bring along your pet to be weighed and we can recommend and supply an appropriate diet.
Microchipping is a quick and inexpensive weigh of permanently identifying your pet. In each of our clinics we see up to 6 stray pets each week. We also get countless phone calls from people who have lost their pets. A microchip which is properly registered with your correct details is essential. If your pet already has a microchip but you are not sure if your details are correctly registered please phone one of our clinics and we will be happy to help.
We provide dental care for your pet. Dental problems are common in dogs, cats and rabbits. We have modern dental equipment to descale, polish and perform extractions when necessary.
We recommend neutering for most pets not intended for breeding. For more information on neutering see our neutering fact sheet. Dogs and cats can be neutered from 6 months of age. We use the safest anaesthetics, this ensures your pet recovers quickly allowing them to return home on the day of surgery. We always provide anti chew collars, and pain relief. We do a check up at 2 days and remove sutures 10 days after surgery.
As well as neutering we also do many other surgeries at our clinics. These can include anything from removing a tumour to orthopaedic surgery. We use the safest anaesthetic techniques available to us and the most modern sutures materials. If your pet requires specialist surgery we will arrange a referral.
We can apply for an EU pet passport for your pet. Please be aware that you will need to organise a pet passport up 8 months before travelling. For more details on Pet Passport see our factsheets.
Emergencies are always dealt with urgently. Please phone so that we can expect you. Hermitage Veterinary Clinic 01-6010060, Old Bawn Veterinary Clinic 01-4140830. There is an emergency service available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Out of hours the Dublin Animal Emergency Clinic will have veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons ready to help you and your pet if you have an emergency or you are concerned about your pet´s health.