Below are our regular Opening Hours - but please visit our page Covid-19 to see the most recent changes in arrangements for Appointments / Collection of Medication / Food.

Thank you.

clinic opening hours



Consult Times

Mon - Fri: 9am-1pm / 2pm-4pm / 5pm-7pm

(There are no Vets available between 1pm and 2pm)

Sat: 9am - 1pm

Sun: 10am - 11am (For sick animals / Emergencies only)

Whilst we run by appointments, we do understand that emergencies may occur and should you need our help please contact us.

The Clinic is open daily from 9am to 7pm for food and medication collections.

Contact Us



O'Scanaill Veterinary Hospital,

Milton Fields,

Swords, Co. Dublin.

K67 YX67

Phone: 01-8900380


Swords, Fingal, Ireland

Please send us a message or call us for an appointment. We would be grateful if, where possible, you could call us or email us to order your repeat prescriptions in advance.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY please contact the Veterinary Emergency Hospital at UCD, Dublin 4 on 01-2609920.  Please visit our page 'AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES' for further details and directions.

About Us


Our Background

  • The O'Scanaill family has a long tradition of service to the people of Swords and the surrounding areas in North County Dublin, which goes back to the founding of the Veterinary Practice by Tadhg O'Scanaill in 1949. The Practice Clinic is located at Pinnock Hill roundabout and was opened in 2001 by Conor and Tadhg O'Scanaill.

  • The Practice has hospital status and is fully equipped with the latest available technology to help us cater for all your pets' needs. We look forward to welcoming you to our Clinic.


Experienced Veterinarians

  • We are a Practice of five Vets, five Nurses, Nursing Assistant and four Front of House Admin staff. The logo on our floor says 'All Creatures Great and Small' and that is indeed who we cater for 'all creatures'.  Whilst we predominantly welcome small animals to our clinic, from reptiles, rabbits, cats and dogs, we also have facilities to cater for the larger animals too.  We regularly have horses undergoing treatment in our stables and calves and sheep are also regular visitors.



We look forward to meeting you...