At Acorn Veterinary Clinic, we seek to provide the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for your pets through our vet clinics in Mallow and Kildorrery.
We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and the importance of preventative health care, and we’re keen to share our knowledge and educate our clients on all pet-health related matters.
We strive to offer excellence in veterinary care. Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out how Acorn Veterinary Clinic can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
Every pet that walks through the doors of Acorn Vet Clinic for treatment receives a full clinical exam by one of our experienced vets. By doing this, and listening to your concerns, we’re able to make a diagnosis and help get them on the road to recovery.
If your pet needs a consultation with or treatment by a specialist, we do our very best to coordinate with your primary care vets to arrange a plan for further care.
Pets, like people, can be protected from certain diseases by vaccination. Vaccines are essential to the wellbeing of your pet, as many of the diseases we vaccinate against can be fatal. One of the most important and effective ways to prevent infectious diseases is to vaccinate our furry friends on a regular basis. Many devastating diseases, such as rabies and canine distemper, are now completely preventable with the use of an appropriate vaccination protocol. At our vet clinic in Mallow we can advise on the best range of vaccinations for your pet.
From time-to-time, it may be necessary for pet patients to be hospitalised overnight with us. This is usually when further tests are required, or in cases where intensive care and nursing is needed. But don’t worry – we look after all pets in our care as if they were our own, so your pets will be in safe paws during their stay.
Neutering is important for so many reasons. It has many health benefits for your pet, from preventing certain conditions developing, to stopping your pet having unwanted litters. If you’d like more advice on neutering, please do get in touch. Neutering operations need to be booked a few days in advance. Animals are checked and admitted on a weekday morning, but if this is difficult for you we may be able to keep your pet in from the evening before, if you ask us in advance.
Have you recently welcomed the pitter-patter of tiny puppy or kitten feet into your home? Give your little bundle of joy the best start in life – as a starting point, you’ll need to consider those all-important primary vaccinations to protect them from preventable diseases, protection from parasites through appropriate flea and worm treatments, and a good quality puppy or kitten diet to meet all their nutritional needs!
Need help and advice? Get in touch with our team who will be happy to help. You may also want to consider signing your newest family member up to our pet care plan to ensure all their preventative healthcare needs are taken care of. Protection for them, peace of mind for you!
We offer a full range of therapies for most types of skin problem, and can help guide you and your pet through the treatment plan.
Is your pet putting on a few extra pounds? Do they 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. Appointments for these nurse clinics are usually late mornings or afternoons, just give us a call to find out more.
Pet Health Care
Radiography – computerised
- Pet Passport
Old Cork Road, Mallow, Co. Cork
Tel: 022 43862
Fax: 022 43872
Monday to Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 1pm
We provide emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A veterinarian can be reached 24 hours a day.
We have a vet on call after normal business hours including weekends and holidays.
Please CALL US at: 022 25193