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You can book an appointment online by clicking here or email us on To speak to one of our staff members about making an appointment call us on 01269 5830.For emergencies please phone us first on 01269 5830. Out of hours call the Dublin Animal Emergency Clinic on 01260 9920.

Yes, we run a healthcare plan for our patients. Members enjoy significant savings on preventative healthcare, as well as spreading the cost. To find out more about these exclusive benefits click here.

When making your appointment, you can request to see the same vet each time so your pet enjoys continuity of care. However, all our vets keep meticulous records of your pets’ medical history, therefore should your vet not be available we still have all the information needed to ensure your pets treatment plan goes uninterrupted.
Yes, we routinely perform spays and castrates on dogs, cats and rabbits. We understand that although this is routine for us, it is anything but routine for your pet. This is a big deal for them and you and our team are here to guide you through it. Talk to one of our expert team today about neutering your pet by calling 012695830.

Routine dental care at home can help avoid painful dental problems such as caries or periodontal disease. Our nurses can teach you how to train your pet into enjoying the daily task of tooth brushing and give you lots of helpful tips too.

Should your pet need dental treatment Sandymount Vets has all the state-of-the-art equipment needed to treat their dental condition. To learn more about the signs of Dental disease click here.

Every pet needs to be fed a diet appropriate to their species and lifestage. It is important to feed your pet a good quality complete food. Sandymount Vets is partnered with Royal Canin foods. Talk to one of our nursing team for advice on what to feed your pet.
Sarah Jane Lynch, Veterinary Surgeon
Elaine Fogarty - Senior Administrator
Naomi O'Donovan - Veterinary Nurse