122 Raheny Road
Dublin, Ireland 5
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Raheny Veterinary Hospital


Raheny Veterinary Hospital has been providing veterinary services to pet owners throughout Northside for nearly 30 years. The hospital was founded in 1988 by Veterinary surgeon Patrick Keating with the aim of providing quality healthcare for the ever-increasing pet population in Raheny and the surrounding areas of North Dublin. The hospital offers a complete range of veterinary services to cater for all clients’ needs. These include routine services such as vaccinations and neutering as well as coming to the rescue in emergency situations by providing full medical and surgical care when your pet is unwell. The aim at the hospital has always been to provide quality veterinary services and support at affordable, competitive prices. There is a fully equipped operating theatre, in-house laboratory, ultrasound scanning, 24-hour emergency cover, pet health checks, dental treatments, ECG and blood pressure monitoring, endoscopy, x-ray facilities and cat boarding for clients’ cats. They stock a wide range of veterinary approved pet foods. As well as providing these key services, the practice also works with a number of animal rescue groups. Patrick and his staff all recognize and understand how dedicated owners are to the wellbeing of their pets. The highly skilled staff are on-hand to help you with any advice you need or queries you may have.

Bobby Ortiz, DVM MVB

Born and raised in Southern California USA, Bobby Ortiz began his academic focus in animals studying Marine Biology at Hawaii Pacific University before completing his Veterinary Degree at University College Dublin. He has always shown a keen interest in exotics, especially birds and fish medicine. Since his start at Raheny Veterinary Hospital, he has further pursued his interests in surgery and is working to expanding the exotic-pet clientele. Bobby has a Brittany Spaniel named Bodhi here in Ireland and a Labrador cross rescue, named Kika, that lives at home with his family in California