The Clinic is located at 124a Upper Drumcondra Road (Opposite the Dublin Skylon Hotel) and is open two evenings each week – Monday and Thursday 6pm to 9pm (except bank holidays)

Consultations cost €25 per patient and are by appointment only (ointment and medications are extra) which must be made in advance by telephone 01 – 8375630 or Email

We are a walk in clinic and provide:


Veterinary Health Checks on dogs, cats, puppies and kittens and other small animals and domestic birds. We ask for a donation of €25 towards this service. There may be an additional cost for medication.

Annual Vaccinations for Cats and Dogs:
Puppies – first vaccination 8-12 weeks – Distemper, Lepto, Parvo virus – €40
Kittens – first vaccination 9-12 weeks – Cat flu, Feline Enteritis, Feline Leukaemia Vaccine (optional – cats only) – €40
Cats should be vaccinated annually against Cat Flu and Feline Enteritis – €40
Dogs should be vaccinated annually against Distemper, Lepto, Parvo virus – €40
Kennel Cough Vaccine (dogs only) – €40

Microchipping for Cats and Dogs:
Since April 2016, microchipping is compulsory for all dogs in Ireland. You can gave your animal microchipped in our clinic. You must bring with you: Photographic Identification (passport or driving licence) and a recent utility bill as proof of address. The cost is €25 per animal.

Subsidised Neutering scheme for cats and dogs – Phone 01 8375630 for more information and booking.

Referral to Private Veterinary Practices, where required.

First Aid for injured wildlife.

Phone 01 8375630 for more information

Re-homing and Rehabilitating Dogs

The Society re-homes a number of dogs each year. We take a small number of abandoned dogs, some may have been involved in road traffic accidents, who undergo rehabilitation in our care. They are either fostered or kennelled by the society, health checked and neutered. We then advertise for new homes. These homes are visited by our volunteers prior to homing the dog.

We also assist people in difficult circumstances to find homes for their own pets. Many people have had to leave family homes and move into apartments, where pets are not allowed. We advertise, carry out home checks and put people in touch with potential new owners.

To see our Cats and Dogs for Re-homing please visit here

Neutering Cats and Re-homing Cats and Kittens

A great deal of our time in the Society is spent trapping and neutering feral cats and finding homes for tame cats and kittens. A high percentage of calls to our Telephone Helpline (especially in the Summer months) involves feral cats and their kittens. It would be impossible for us to respond to all such calls. We have a small number of voluntary people and limited resources. Having said that, we prioritize calls from people who are willing to feed the cat, once she has been neutered and returned. Young kittens of feral cats can be tamed fairly easily, if handled patiently at an early age.

To see our Cats and Dogs for Re-homing please visit here


North County Dublin SPCA Helpline

Our dedicated helpline operates from 9am to 6pm seven days a week. We offer:

  • Advice on Animals Lost or Found
  • Telephone Numbers for Private Veterinary Practices
  • Contact Details for other Animal Welfare Organisations
  • Emergency Veterinary Contacts for problems outside normal veterinary hours
  • Advice on neutering
  • Details and Bookings for our own Voluntary Veterinary Clinic

The Society has Caller ID and an Answering Service and returns calls to all messages left.

Alternatively, you can contact us here