Mobile Vet Clinic

Mobile Vet Clinic

The DSPCA mobile veterinary clinic offers affordable veterinary services for people in receipt of Social Welfare Payments. Our mobile vet clinic carries out routine health checks, vaccinations and microchipping. The initial health check is €25 which includes a vaccination. If your pet requires further treatment, blood tests or surgery after your visit to our mobile vet clinic, you will be referred to our shelter in Rathfarnham. Referrals to the shelter are by appointment only and a referral letter will be supplied.

 Am I eligible to avail of this service?

Our mobile vet clinic service is available to pet owners are in receipt of certain mean-tested benefits and who live in the Dublin area. You will be required to show proof of one of the listed means-tested Government benefits below to avail of our mobile clinic service.

-Job Seeker’s Allowance or Benefit

-Supplementary Welfare Allowance

-Disability Allowance

-Blind Pension

-Deserted Wife’s Allowance

-One-Parent Family Allowance

-Farm Assistance

-Guardian’s Payment (Non-Contributory)

-Qualified Adult Allowance

-Pre-Retirement Allowance

-Non-Contributory State Pension

-Widow’s, Widower’s or Surviving Civil Partner’s (Non-Contributory)

-Pension Carer’s Allowance

Pet owners may bring a receipt from the Post Office with the name of your payment on it. Alternatively, you will be asked to provide a letter from the Department of Employment Affairs & Social Protection stating the name of the benefit you are receiving and this must be dated within the last 3 months. Unfortunately a social services card will not suffice as proof unless the benefit you are receiving is named on the card.


 Locations & Times

Tuesdays

Clondalkin, Dublin 22

Car Park of The Mill Shopping Centre
17.00pm - 19.00pm
(last appointment slot is 18.45pm)
 

Wednesdays  


Tallaght, Dublin 24 
Car Park of St. Mark’s Church, Springfield

17.00pm - 19.00pm

(last appointment slot is 18.45pm)

For the safety and comfort of both staff and clients, all dogs must be on a lead and if your dog is required to wear a muzzle they must be fitted before you attend the mobile vet clinic. All cats must be in a secure pet carrier.

All pets being microchipped at the mobile vet clinic must be accompanied by their owner. The owner must have a photo ID and proof of address. This is a requirement by the new microchipping legislation.


 Make an appointment

The DSPCA  Mobile Clinic service is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. To make an appointment please call (01) 499 4703 and leave a message making sure you include your name and number and a follow up call will be made. We cannot accept Revolut as a method of payment at our Mobile Clinic.



 Mobile vet clinic out of hours service

We do not have an out of hour service at the DSPCA mobile vet clinic or at our shelter in Rathfarnham. For emergencies please call MiNight Vet Kildare on (045) 530 556 during the hours of 7pm to 8am Monday to Friday, Saturday 1pm-12am and throughout Sunday. All mobile vet clinic clients must also register their pet with their own private veterinary clinic as there are times when neither the DSPCA mobile vet clinic and MiNight are open.