What are the clinic opening hours?

Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm,
Saturday – 8am to 4pm,
Sunday – closed.

Clinic appointments: Monday to Friday at Ballybrown –

Emergencies: 061 353296 Our vets are on call 24 Hours a day 365 days a year for urgent emergencies

What do I need to bring with my horse?

You must bring your horse’s passport. Head-collars and any additional rugs should also be brought. Please ensure they are clearly labelled.

How do I make an appointment?

Please contact the clinic during office hours to make an appointment unless it is an emergency, for which our vets are on call 24/7

How does payment work?

Please note no credit is available, accounts must be settled upon discharge. We can accept credit/debit card payments over the phone as well as cash, cheque or bank transfer.

Useful Links

Audevard Products – www.audevard.com/en

Blue Cross – www.bluecross.ie/horse.html

Cavan Equestrian & Horse marketing Centre – www.cavanequestrian.com

Charles Byrnes Racing – www.charlesbyrnesracing.com

Crescent Small Animal Clinic – www.cvcvets.com

Croom House Stud – www.croomhousestud.com

Donkey Sanctuary – www.thedonkeysanctuary.ie

Euro Stallions – www.eurostallions.ie

Goresbridge Horse Sales – www.irishhorse.com

Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association – www.itba.ie

Irish Horse Board – www.irishsporthorse.com

Limerick Animal Welfare – www.limerickanimalwelfare.ie

Mulcair Veterinary Clinic – www.mulcairvets.ie

Natasha Mitchell, Eye Specialist – www.eyevet.ie

Weatherbys – www.weatherbys.ie/ireland_divisional

Should I bring my horse's feed?

Ballybrown supplies feed for inpatients but if your horse has any special dietary requirements please bring this food with you.

Can I come visit my horse?

If you wish to visit your horse, please arrange this first by calling the office.

Can I park/leave my horse box?

Yes, there is space at the clinic to leave horseboxes (parking is at your own risk)