Small Animal

Consultation

A consultation involves the attending vet taking a brief history from you and asking some questions, examining your pet fully, discussing the problem, if there is one, and then making a plan with you regarding your pets healthcare. Consultation is by appointment only in all the...

Soft Tissue & Orthopaedics

From simple spays and neuters to complicated fracture repairs, Riverview Veterinary Hospitals have confident and competent surgeons capable of many different surgical procedures. For more complicated cases requiring referral, our staff will help you make the right choice to choose a spec...

Vaccinations

Vaccination is recommended as it helps to protect your pet from infectious diseases, and also helps prevent the spread of disease too.  Vaccination is started when the animal is young with a course of injections, and then repeated regularly throughout the pets life.  Some vacci...

Neutering

Bitches we usually spay from the age of six months for the following reasons: To prevent them from coming into season on average twice a year and the associated problems of having them trying to escape when in season to try to find male dogs. To prevent them ...

Hospitalisation

Frequently patients have to be hospitalised will stay overnight at our hospitals in order to do further tests or when they require vigorous treatments in severe cases. All our patients are regularly monit...

Dermatology

Skin problems are the second most common reason for a trip to the vet. Ireland is full of fleas, ticks, mites, pollen, and grasses. Bacterial and yeast infections, food allergies and endocrine diseases (thyroid or Cushing’s disease...

Nurse Clinics

We have an excellent team of dedicated caring Veterinary nurses. Our nurses carry out a variety of nursing clinics. Appointments can be booked with a nurse for the following: Claw Clipping Stitch Removal Microchipping Weight Clinic ...

Dental Care

80% of dogs over the age of 5 years will have some degree of dental disease. This problem can be avoided in most cases. Home care involves tooth brushing and providing chews specifically designed to help reduce tartar. However, if your pets teeth are particularly diseased, they may requi...

Radiography

Our clinics have up-to-date digital x-ray machines that produce very high quality radiographs very quickly and safely. ...

Specialist Consultation

Occasionally your pet may need to see a specialist in a certain field, e.g. oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology.  Rive...

Ultrasound

Riverview has a very high quality veterinary-specific ultrasound machine for use on Small Animals only.  This useful di...

Weight Clinic

Is your pet putting on a few extra pounds? Does your pet need help with a diet? Our trained Veterinary Nurses run weight clinics to help your pet become slim again and take the strain off their joints and heart. These clinics are usually run by appointments with a Nurse late mo...

Pet Passport

Pet travel is becoming more common recently, so in an effort to protect our pets and our biosecurity, the EU have required t...

Microchips

From March 2016 it will be compulsory for all dogs to have a valid microchip and the associated Department of Agriculture ce...

Rabbits and Small Mammals

Rabbits require once yearly vaccinations against Viral Haemorrhagic disease and Myxomatosis. Rabbits also need worming at le...

Puppy Socialising Classes

Puppy Socialisation Classes, or Puppy Parties, are run by veterinary nurses and are usually held on an evening.  They allow your puppy to socialise with other puppies that have been vaccinated, in a safe and monitored environment. The nurse will weigh your puppy, discuss diet and tr...

Adoption

We often have adorable, healthy pets for adoption here at Riverview Vet Clinic - puppies, kittens as well as fine adult pets. If you are interested in adopting, we will discuss your needs and living environment, and make a recommendation based upon the animal's temperament and needs....

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