Routine and non-routine services at Coalisland Veterinary Clinic
At Coalisland Veterinary Clinic, we aim to deal with your pet's problem as quickly and effectively as possible.
We have invested greatly in an extensive range of surgical, radiological, dental, ultrasonography and lab equipment to ensure your pet can be diagnosed and treated to the best of our ability.
Routine services at Coalisland Veterinary Clinic:Vaccinations
We can start vaccinating your puppy from 6 weeks, with the second administered at 10 weeks to ensure he is fully immune and able to socialise with other dogs.
At this point, we can also offer advice on how to care for your puppy and give information on worming and fleas, feeding, bathing and toilet training.
In order to reduce the risk of potentially serious diseases, we strongly recommend neutering your pet if it is not intended for breeding purposes.
Female animals are usually spayed from 5-6 months old.
This is a permanent, safe way of ensuring your pets can find their way back to you if they are lost or stolen.
A small microchip is easily implanted beneath the skin and recorded on a national database.
In order for your pet to travel into the EU, it must be microchipped, vaccinated against rabies and issued with an EU pet passport.
The same applies for the pet returning to the UK. The pet must be microchipped, vaccinated against rabies, blood tested, issued with an EU pet passport and treated against ticks and tapeworms.
Different rules apply for travel outside the EU. Please call the surgery for more information.
We have a lot of experience in this field and work with a large number of local dog breeders in the area.
Choose us for a friendly and attentive service.