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Emergency Vet

Suirside Veterinary Clinic offers 24-hour emergency vet services for seriously ill animals who need immediate care. Our out-of-hours vet services cater for large and small animals and provide on-call services to ensure that your emergency is dealt with in a fast, efficient, and professional way for the best results possible.

Here at Suirside Veterinary Clinic, we understand that animals can get ill at any time of day or night, often unexpectedly. That’s why we always have a 24-hour vet on call to ensure that you’re never left unsupported when it comes to the safety, health, and wellbeing of your pet or livestock.

Our emergency vet service is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week including bank holidays. We offer in-clinic and call-out services depending on the individual patients’ requirements. Out of hours charges apply.

To get through to an Emergency Vet, contact us now

What Qualifies as a Veterinary Emergency?

While some animal health issues can wait until regular clinic opening hours to be treated, time-sensitive illnesses or serious injuries are classified as an emergency. Our emergency vet services are suitable for the following:

What Qualifies as a Veterinary Emergency?

  • Victims of Road Traffic Accidents

  • Breathing Difficulties

  • Serious Allergic Reactions

  • Unconsciousness & Fainting

  • Alarming Behaviours such as Seizures

  • Suspected Stroke and/or Heart Attack

  • Serious Injuries

  • Suspected Fractures & Breaks

  • Spinal Injuries

  • Severe Vomiting

  • Collapsing

  • Paralysis

  • Birthing Difficulties

  • Seriously Ill Older Animals

  • Euthanasia

Emergency Vet FAQ

  • I need an emergency vet near me- help!

    'Suirside Veterinary Clinic provides emergency vet service on-call 24 hours a day. Call 051 641640 to avail of our emergency vet services today.

  • Do you offer home call-outs?

    Yes, we provide vet on-call services to patients across Waterford, Kilkenny and Tipperary.

  • My pet is seriously ill- what should I do?

    If your pet is displaying symptoms of severe illness, such as breathing difficulties, paralysis, fainting, or seizures, it’s important to contact a vet ASAP for treatment.