Please remember to bring your medical card or proof of eligibility with you as this is required at all of our mobile clinics. For further details on who is eligible please click here.
Our mobile veterinary clinics are on the road each week-day evening providing essential veterinary services for thousands of pets every year. Our veterinary team also support pet owners through educating them on how to be responsible pet owners, ensuring their pet has a happy and healthy life.
Clinics operate from 6.30pm – 8pm*.
Clients are advised to arrive early. Last registration is 7.30pm.
*Ballyfermot mobile clinic hours 7pm-8pm
If you require emergency treatment when The Irish Blue Cross is not operating, please click here for details on how you can receive treatment
List of Mobile Clinics
- Cabra West -
Faussagh Avenue, nearby the Catholic Church
- Tallaght -
The Square Shopping Centre, 3rd level car park
- Crumlin -
Armagh Road, outside the school
- Blanchardstown -
Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, blue entrance
- Ballyfermot* -
Rossmore Avenue, outside the Garda Station
*Ballyfermot mobile clinic runs from 7pm – 8pm. Last registration no later than 7.45pm.
- Ballybrack -
Tesco Shopping Centre car park
- Smithfield -
Close to the Smithfield Luas stop, on cobblestones
- Walkinstown -
- Finglas -
Glasanaon Road, just off Ballygall Road West (near Supervalu).
- Whitehall (Previously Donnycarney) -
Car park at the top of Collins Avenue, near The Church of The Holy Child, Whitehall
- Vaccination (includes health check)
- Consultation (includes basic medication)
- Canine Cough/Kennel Cough Vaccination (on it's own)
- Canine Cough (at the same time as yearly booster)
Blue Cross Mobile Clinic Information
The Blue Cross Mobile Clinic Service
The Irish Blue Cross provides an evening mobile clinic service for pet owners from ten locations each week.
At our mobile clinics we provide vaccinations, check-ups and treatments for minor illnesses. Where further tests, treatment or procedures are required, pets will be referred to our small animal clinic in Inchicore.
Appointments are not required for our mobile clinics and clients are seen on a first come, first served basis.
To avail of The Irish Blue Cross services, you will be asked to provide:
The Irish Blue Cross mobile service could not happen without the energy and goodwill of a team of volunteer drivers and helpers.
Be a Responsible Dog Owner
If your dog has fouled, please ensure to clean up after. Always carry poo-bags or we can supply you with one from our mobile clinic.
Keep your dog under control at all times and out of children’s play areas. For the safety and comfort for all our clients, we would kindly request clients to keep their dog on a lead and cats in a carrier.