Canine Vaccinations

We strongly recommend vaccinating your puppy from six weeks of age. 

The vaccination course includes two injections; the first to be given from 

six to eight weeks of age and the second from ten to twelve weeks. In the event of your dog going to a boarding kennel, we recommend that 

the Kennel Cough vaccine is given 2 weeks prior to kenneling to ensure full protection. This vaccine also provides immunity for a year and we recommend that it is given at the same time as the annual booster. 

 

Reminders can be sent to you on request.

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Flea Control

We advise all year round flea control. There is a full range of anti-flea pet and household products available within our retail outlet. There is now a chewable tablet that covers fleas and ticks for 3 months.

Preventative

Healthcare

OPENING HOURS

MONDAY-FRIDAY

9am - 7pm

​SATURDAY

9am - 5pm

 

Call 069 69942

 

Feline Vaccinations

It is important that cats are vaccinated against many serious diseases including as influenza, enteritis and leukemia. The primary vaccination course should commence at eight weeks of age and consists of two injections, given two to three weeks apart, depending on the age of your kitten.

 

Reminders can be sent to you on request.

 

 

 
Worming

We advise regular worming from two weeks of age in both puppies and kittens. Various products are available and reminder cards can be sent to you on request.

ADDRESS:

No. 9 Bridewell Lane,

Newcastle West,

Co. Limerick


T 069 69942

 

 

Email : newcastlewestpetvetclinic@hotmail.com

 

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Opening hours

Mon to Fri 9am - 7pm

Sat 9am - 5pm

Walk in clinic 5pm - 7pm

Monday - Friday

or book an appointment time.

Outside these hours we operate a 24 hour 

emergency service 7 days a week,

 phone 069 69942.

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