Suirside Veterinary Clinic

Quality Veterinary Services for Large & Small Animals

Book Appointment

Welcome to Suirside Veterinary Clinic

Established as a family-run clinic, Suirside Veterinary Clinic offers quality veterinary services to large and small animals across Waterford, Kilkenny & Tipperary.

Conveniently located in Carrick-on-Suir, we are a busy practice run by a team of animal lovers who are passionate about making sure that your pets and farm animals are kept happy and healthy.

Suirside Veterinary Clinic operates an appointment system. However, animals that are seriously ill will be seen first. This system allows us to provide the best care possible for our patients.

To book an appointment with Suirside Veterinary Clinic, get in touch

Our Veterinary Services

Our Veterinary Services

  • Vaccinations

  • Gas Anaesthesia

  • Minor & Major Surgery

  • Ultrasounds

  • Extensive In-House Lab Services

  • Neutering

  • Stitching & Wound Management

  • Animal Reproduction

  • 24 Hour Emergency Vet Service

  • X-Rays

  • Laser Therapy

  • Hip and Elbow Scoring

  • Overnight Clinic Stays

  • General Health Checks

  • Microchipping

  • Dosing

  • Second Opinion Veterinary Services

  • Euthanasia

  • Cremation

Suirside Veterinary Clinic FAQ

  • I need a veterinarian near me- where are you based?

    Our Clinic is based in Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary.

  • Do I have to neuter my dog?

    It’s highly recommended to neuter your dog as soon as they are old enough to be neutered. Not only does neutering your dog stop unwanted pups from being born, but it also comes with a variety of health benefits including the reduction of risk of many cancers.

  • When should I vaccinate my pet?

    Puppies and kittens should be given 2 vaccines 2-4 weeks apart, followed by yearly boosters. Get in touch with us today to book your pet in for a vaccine.

  • I’ve found an animal that I think is injured- should I bring it to the vets?

    If you have found an animal that is clearly injured, we would recommend visiting our clinic to have the animal seen to. That being said, however, if the animal is wild and not clearly injured, it may be detrimental to handle it. If you’re unsure of whether or not to intervene, get in touch with us today for advice or visit our “wildlife” page for more information.

  • Do you have any cats or dogs for adoption?

    We sometimes have cats and dogs for adoption. If you are interested in adopting a pet, get in touch with our team for more information.