Small Animal Services

Our aim is to provide professional and caring, full veterinary care for your pets when you need us. Our practice has an expanding range of facilities including ultrasound, digital x-ray and an in-house laboratory. Our team are on call to give a 24/7 emergency service for your pets. We aim to provide excellence in Veterinary care.


  • Routine Preventative Health Care
  • In-house Laboratory services
  • Tick solutions
  • Vaccinations
  • Flea and worming products
  • Nutritional Advice
  • Microchipping
  • Neutering
  • Pet Passport
  • 24 hour emergency service

Neutering has a huge number of benefits and we fully support it as a responsible part of pet ownership. It is a common surgical sterilisation procedure performed of pets. Please Contact us to discuss whether or not neutering your pet is the right decision. Read more on the XLVets Factsheets Spay or Castration.

There are a number of contagious diseases which can affect our pets. These can cause severe illness or in many cases can be fatal. Many of the diseases are preventable by vaccination. Read more on the XLVets Factsheet or Contact us if you would like more information about which vaccinations may be appropriate for your pet.

Tick control should be considered for all pets, but especially those travelling abroad or visiting high risk areas of Ireland (such as woods and moorland). Some spot-on solutions and collars that are used for flea control will also kill and repel ticks. Read more on the XLVets Factsheet or Contact us to discuss which product would be most suitable for your pet’s lifestyle.

Under the Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) dogs, cats and ferrets can enter or re-enter Ireland from certain countries without the need for quarantine provided they meet the rules of the scheme. These rules are different depending on which country or territory the pet is travelling from. Read more on the XLVets Factsheet or Contact us for more information.

Microchipping is an important part of responsible pet ownership and provides peace of mind that that if your pet was to go missing, he or she would have the best chance of being returned home safe and sound. Read more on the XLVets Factsheet or Contact us for more information.


Compulsory Dog Micro-Chipping ‘ 31st March 2016 ‘