Taxi in Killorglin

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We is your Taxi Company in Co. Kerry

Welcome to Taxi Service Killorglin, your specialist Taxi Company covering Killorglin, Killarney and Tralee in Co. Kerry. Call 087 7547-098

Call 087 7547-098

What we provide is..

  • Excellent Airport pickup and transfer service.
  • Reliable and Punctual, on time, every time – guaranteed, everytime.
  • Airport meeting service provided.
  • High Quality Vehicles.
  • Professional drivers with a helpful attitude.

We undertake all sorts of journeys, Airport runs and Private Tours are our specialty and we are

well versed in dealing with business accounts as well as holiday transfers.

Taxi Service operate in the Killarney and Co. Kerry areas offering a full service , 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We aim to provide all of our passengers with a professional yet affordable service.

Whether you’re looking for an airport transfer for business or pleasure, or treating yourself to a night out with friends, we can cover it.

We taxi to Beaufort, Glenbeigh, Glencar, Killorglin and Cromane and Killarney Castlemaine in Co Kerry. Launch Website or Call 087 7547-098 for a direct answer.

Dog Care and Dog Grooming Killorglin

Reasons to Micro Chip Pets in Kerry

Microchip your Pets in Kerry


Micro chipping is THE LAW

On the 1st of June 2015, new regulations came into force about dog micro chipping in Kerry.

The changes are very positive for dogs and their owners, and your friends in All Creatures want to help our valued clients understand what all this means for them and their dogs.

By law, from 1st of Sept 2015 all newborn pups must be microchipped, registered and certified. The same regulations apply to all dogs from the 31st March 2016.

Owners could face a fine of up to €5000.


1. What is a microchip?

What does micro chipping involve, basically a small electronic device, which is the size of a grain of rice. The microchip is coded with a unique number that can be read by a scanner. A microchip works through radio wave frequency.

2. How is the microchip implanted?

A specially designed implanting device the microchip is injected through a sterile needle under your pet’s skin.

3. Where is the microchip implanted?

The microchip is implanted under the skin, between the shoulder blades.

4. Does it hurt?

No anesthetic is required and the procedure should cause no more discomfort than a standard vaccination.

5. How does the microchip stay in place?

Once the microchip has been inserted, the dog’s body tissue surrounding the microchip attaches itself, preventing movement of the chip.

6. How does the microchip work?

The computer memory in the microchip contains a unique 15 digit number.

The number, the microchip generates a reliability check to guarantee that your pet’s identifying number is read accurately. This all takes place in less than a second. After the scan the vet consults a database to find a matching number and thereby obtain the owner’s contact details from it.

7. How are the owners traced?

Through your registration document, you are in a database has your dog registered and their contact details. Owners of microchip scanners have special access to the databases to allow them to contact you if they find your dog.

8. Where can I get my pet microchipped?

With us and most veterinary practices in Ireland, along with a growing number of Local Authorities and animal welfare groups,

Cats can be microchipped so that they can be reunited with their owners.

Call us 085 1380 310 to make an appointment today.

Caring Vets in Killorglin Kerry

Pet Vaccinations

Pet Vaccinations in Kerry

Vaccinations your dog regularly, it gives your dog long-term protection against serious and sometimes fatal infectious diseases.

A vaccine works by mimicking either the particular virus or the bacteria that causes disease. This then provides your pet with it’s own immune response, so that it is ready and prepared to fight any future infection if faced with that same virus or bacteria.

Your vet should be able to advise you on the type of vaccinations your dog should receive and how often. Generally, puppies can begin vaccinations at 6 to 8 weeks of age.

Puppy vaccines are given as part of a series of injections to stimulate optimum immune response. Thereafter booster vaccinations at regular intervals, as recommended by your vet, are strongly advised to ensure continuing immunity.

The following are some of the diseases that can be vaccinated against:

Canine Parvovirus
A globally widespread and contagious viral disease. It is potentially fatal and spread through ingestion of infected faeces. Clinical signs range from no symptoms at all to fever, vomiting and severe diarrhea. Vaccination is critical to ensure prevention and to control the spread of the disease.

Canine Distemper
A highly contagious viral disease and can be fatal. It generally affects the respiratory, gastrointestinal and nervous systems, but always begins with a fever. It is spread as an airborne infection and vaccination is the only effective means of control.

Infectious Canine Hepatitis
Another worldwide contagious viral disease can cause a variety of symptoms ranging from fever, thirst and loss of appetite to hemorrhage and liver damage, but rarely results in death. Infection is spread through ingestion of infected urine, faeces or saliva. It can be prevented by vaccination.

A worldwide bacterial and potentially fatal disease. Transmission generally occurs from direct contact with infected urine or contaminated water, with rats the main carriers of disease, if contracted it can cause rapid and fatal kidney and liver damage to your dog.

It is also possible for humans to contract this disease (Weil’s Disease).

Canine Infectious Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough)
A highly contagious, but generally mild disease which can be caused by a spectrum of infectious agents, including canine parainfluenza virus, canine adenovirus and a bacteria called Bordatella bronchiseptica.

It predominantly causes inflammation of the throat, but can progress to the lungs. The main symptom is a dry, harsh, non-productive cough, which can be followed by retching or gagging.  This vaccine is especially important for those dogs attending regular shows or going into boarding kennels.

Call us 085 1380 310 to make an appointment today.

Caring Vets in Killorglin Kerry

Vets Dingle

Veterinary Services Dingle. Vaccines, Neutering, Dental Care and Grooming in


Micro chipping It’s the law for dogs in Ireland to be microchipped and registered

Pet Vaccinations Protect against those diseases which are most common, highly contagious which cause serious illness

Neutering and spaying are carried out under general anesthetic, painless, straight forward with low risk


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Pet Vets in Dingle providing a caring, reliable pet service in Kerry

We are based at Killorglin, County Kerry Ireland.

Call us 085 1380 310

Microchiped Pets in Kerry

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