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Avail of Discounted Neutering at a Vet Practice Near You…

  • If you are on a means-tested benefit
  • If you are in search of low-cost neutering for your pet
A number of Participating Private Vet Practices based in Dublin and Wicklow are now kindly offering a one-third discount on neutering procedures for pet owners on the means-tested benefits listed below:
  • Job Seekers Allowance (Not Job Seekers Benefit)
  • Supplementary Welfare Allowance
  • Disability Allowance
  • Blind Pension
  • Deserted Wives Allowance
  • Farm Assistance
  • Guardians Payment Non-contributory
  • Qualified Adult Allowance
  • Pre-retirement Allowance
  • Non-contributory State Pension
  • Widows, Widowers or Surviving Civil partner Non-contributory Pension
  • Carers Allowance
  • One Parent Family Allowance
To make a neutering appointment for your pet, simply phone one of the participating veterinary practices listed here:
  • Ashbourne Veterinary Clinic, Ashbourne: 01-8499973
  • Bairbre O Malley Veterinary Hospital, Bray : 01-2723857
  • Beaufield Veterinary Centre, Celbridge: 01-6276201
  • Blanchardstown Veterianry Hospital, Blanchardstown: 01-6409010
  • Cabra Veterinary Clinic, Phibsboro: 01-8680119
  • Cara Veterinary Group, Blanchardstown: 01-8853253
  • Carey and Keane Veterinary Hospital, Kilmainham: 01-6791975
  • Cherrywood Veterinary Clinic, Loughlinstown: 01-2826464
  • Dunboyne Veterinary Hospital, Dunboyne: 01-8251125
  • Dunlaoghaire Veterinary Hospital, Dunlaoghaire: 01-2802041
  • Dunshaughlin Veterinary Hospital, Dunshaughlin: 01-8259636
  • Foxrock Veterinary Clinic, Foxrock: 01-2895335
  • Kilmacud Veterinary Clinic, Stillorgan: 01-2780480
  • Palmerstown Veterinary Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20: 01-6237044
  • Raheny Veterinary Hospital, Raheny, Dublin 5: 01-8478044
  • Sandycove Veterinary Clinic, Sandycove, Co Dublin: 01-2140510
  • Santry Veterinary Clinic, Santry: 01-8527813
Please note:

When making your appointment, you must state you are doing so under this discounted neutering initiative. You must be in receipt of one of the above listed means-tested benefits in order to avail of discount.

You will be asked to show proof of this on arrival at the practice. Proof of dog-ownership may also be required e.g. your dog licence. You must pay in advance of the procedure being carried out.

The Irish Blue Cross does not provide any funds towards this scheme and does not accept any responsibility for any work carried out by the participating private practices listed overleaf.



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