COVID 19 OPENING HOURS
Our pets still need their normal health looked after during these strange times. All services are still available and if you need anything please call and leave a message or book an appointment online.
Wear masks when attending. We really appreciate your patience and co-operation at this time. Be safe folks
Monday – 11am to 5pm
Tuesday – 9:30am to 7pm LATE
Wednesday – 9:30am to 6pm
Thursday – 9:30am to 7pm LATE
Saturday – 10am to 3pm
Penrose Wharf Carpark is free for first 30 minutes, so drop offs and pickups are easy. Most patient check-ins, discharges and some services can be completed within 30 minutes, especially if your pet is registered.
New clients/pets, use New Pet Registeration Form before you arrive to save time. There’s no obligation involved with registering and we can also keep you updated with any special offers.
Convenient to city centre, why not combine a visit with a shopping trip and we can look after your Furry Friend while you’re gone.
Our Emergency Only Line is available on (021) 2067701. Please note this is NOT an information line. There is an Emergency Call Out Fee of €160, so call us during normal opening hours, you may save money, so don’t delay.
What do we consider an Emergency?
If your Pet has been in a car accident, if you suspect they ate something unusual, sharp or not, if you suspect poison then call immediately, don’t delay, every minute counts!
Male Cats not peeing is an emergency, in to us immediately, don’t delay!
Vomiting AND Diarrhea together, in immediately, don’t delay!
Fights with other Cats or Dogs, limping or bleeding for unknown reason don’t wait as infections or other injuries can get worse without treatment.
Diarrhea, not going to the toilet as usual, change in mood or not eating for 2-3 days is time for a visit, don’t delay.
If your Pet is showing any signs like these don’t wait 3 days or until 9pm or 1am to call, come in during normal opening hours. The earlier we identify whats going on the better. Late opening Tuesdays & Thursdays until 7pm.
Do NOT give any human medication to Pets, it can make things worse, cause organ damage or even kill them!