Pet Dental Care Killorglin

Pet Dental Care

Veterinary Dentistry in Killorglin

The Old saying “Prevention is better than cure” is true for pets too.

Our aim is to promote awareness of the importance of Veterinary Dentistry.

Not just smelly breath – it is a whole body disease. Infection can spread to affect the kidneys, heart valves and other areas.

Things you should know?

85 percent of dogs and cats over four years old have some form of periodontal disease. Senior dogs, those 7 or years older, are especially susceptible to periodontal disease.

Periodontal disease is a painful inflammatory condition in which bacteria attack the gums, ligaments and bone tissues that surround and support the teeth.

If left unchecked, bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream and travel to major organs, starting infections there and seriously compromising the health of your pet.

That’s why it is important to have your pet’s teeth examined by your vet on a routine basis.

Call us 085 1380 310 to make an appointment today.

Cat Care in Killorglin

Vet Caragh Lake

Veterinary Clinic Caragh Lake. Vaccines, Neutering, Dental Care and Grooming in Caragh Lake.

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

DEWORMING TREATMENT FOR PETS, DOGS AND CATS

Worming Cats & Dogs Parasites don’t want to kill your kitten or puppy,

they want to feed off it. Our goal is to prevent that from happening.

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Pet Vaccinations Getting Pet Vaccinations in Kerry

All Creatures Vets Caragh Lake

All creatures Great and Small

Full Dog Groom All Creatures in Killorglin

Pet Vets in Caragh Lake providing a caring, reliable pet service in Kerry

We are based at 11 Caragh Village in Caragh Lake County Kerry.

Call us 085 1380 310

Microchiped Pets in Kerry

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Pet Dental Care in Caragh Lake Kerry

Veterinary Dentistry in Killorglin The Old saying “Prevention is better than cure” is true for pets. Our aim is to promote awareness of the importance of Veterinary Dentistry. Not just …

Pet Groom All Creatures Kerry

Our Dog Groomers will give your dog a full wash, dry, expert nail trim,

Ear Clean, Brightening Eye Cleanse, breed standard hair cut and conditioning

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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.