If you’re new to the Dundrum area or have just got a new pet, you’ll be on the lookout for a vet in your area that can provide your pet with the care it needs.
The Arkvet practice on 114 Lower Kilmacud Practice is only a short drive from Dundrum Town Centre and has free parking for all our customers. We’re open from 7.30am to 7pm Monday to Friday and from 9am – 12pm on Saturdays with a full Sunday vet service running in our Foxrock veterinary hospital.
The Kilmacud brand opened back in 1993 and has recently gone through some upgrades and extensions to make the facility more comfortable for you and your pet.
We provide a full range of services in our clinic including:
We also provide full routine health for your pets and if you have got a new pet we would strongly advise you to pop along for a quick check up.
Our state-of-the-art facilities allow us to run all the necessary checks such blood tests, ultrasounds and x-rays in-house and get the root cause of the problem as quickly as possible.
Super organised and already planning your summer holiday?? Hats off to you!!
If you need to find someone to keep an eye on your cat while you’re catching a few rays, we have a very comfortable cattery in Kilmacud.
We’ve lots of regular visitors so, places fill up pretty fast and we’d advise you to give our team a quick call to book your place.
Emergencies Near Dundrum
The Dundrum area is packed with great places to go walking – Bushy Park, Deer Park, Marley Park and Ticknock to name but a few!
Unfortunately, when we’re out and about our dog’s can get themselves into all sorts of scrapes, falls and emergencies. Not too long ago we had a poor fella injure himself just chewing away on a nice stick so, these things do happen from time to time.
If an accident happens here’s a few simple steps you can follow:
- Act Immediately
- Call us.
- Do not wait, this will only prolong your pet’s suffering and may compromise their health.
- Although it can be difficult, try to keep calm and give a clear account of the emergency.
- Follow the advice given.
- Try not to worry.
Vaccines for Puppies
If you got a new puppy over Christmas, they might be starting to venture out on their first walks. It’s very important that you make sure they have the correct vaccinations so that they won’t pick up any nasty infections. Last year there was an outbreak of Parvovirus in Limerick and six dog were unfortunately killed which highlights the importance of vaccinations.
Wondering what we vaccinate against? The core vaccines protect against the following viruses:
- Caine Parvovirus (CPV).
- Caine Leptospirosis.
- Caine Cough.
- Distemper Hepatitis and Canine Parainfluenza Virus (CPi).
If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch or if you want to pop by and have a chat with the team, we’d love to see you.