• Covid19 Notice

  • Welcome to Village Vets @ DSPCA

    This year, DSPCA is partnering with Village Vets to bring a new dynamic relationship between animal welfare charities and veterinary clinics. Both the DSPCA and Village Vets are very excited about the benefits that this will bring to the animal welfare sector overall. Coming together, both organisations will have a greater opportunity to make a more meaningful contribution.

     

    Clients of the DSPCA Veterinary Hospital will now have access to the entire Village Vets network of practices, while allowing foster animals from DSPCA to be treated closer to their home. The new service includes seven-day opening, specially trained vets in internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, feline medicine, diagnostic imaging and the treatment of exotic pets.

  • Better Together

  • How we are making a difference

    1,000 NEUTERS

    PER YEAR

     

    Village Vets will neuter one thousand

    pets per year for DSPCA

    GUARANTEED SOURCE OF

    INCOME FOR DSPCA

     

    Village Vets to provide annual support fee to DSPCA​

    DSPCA TRAINING

    CLASSES

     

    DSPCA to be the educator of choice for

    Village Vets clients​

    REHOMING SCREENS IN

    EACH CLINIC

    Increased awareness across Village Vets clinics with TV screens highlighting DSPCA dogs in need of re-homing

    JOINT OPEN DAYS & EVENTS

     

    Joint events to promote education, animal

    welfare and re-homing

     

  • Proud supporter of Street Team

  • Services

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    Digital Radiography

    2

    Dentistry

    3

    Laboratory

    4

    Ultrasound

    5

    Euthanasia

    6

    Free Nurse Clinics

    7

    Neutering

    8

    Endoscopy

    9

    Pet Passports

  • Our Family Story

  • Pet Health Plans save you money

    Get free Vet visits and vaccines along with other savings from as little as €18 per month.

  • Meet our team

    Jennifer Boyle

    Alan Gallagher

    Pauline Beades

    Ella Rouiller

    Jackie Layng

    Mary Meehan

    Riona Cleary

    Eimear Brady

  • Find Us

  • Pet Education centre

    Thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

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    New laws against puppy farms to come into place in new year Landmark new laws stamping out the online advertising of puppy-farm dogs as family-bred pets will be introduced in the New Year. From February 1st, it will be illegal to advertise puppies without the name and other details of the...
    Training your puppy or dog is all about patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. The goal is always to install good habits and develop a loving bond with your puppy or dog. Usually, it takes between 4-6 months for pups to be fully trained while for some it may take up to a whole year....
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