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Donegal: 074 972 3760 Ballybofey: 074 9130100

Pet Owner Veterinary Services

Bluestack Veterinary Clinic provide a wide range of veterinary services for small animals in both of their state-of-the-art veterinary clinics.
Our vets in Donegal are dedicated to providing your small animal with the best possible care and treatment at our modern and fully equipped vet practice.
Veterinary services for small animals include:

Veterinary services for small animals include:

  • Vaccinations

  • Neutering & spaying

  • Microchipping

  • Surgery & X-Ray

  • Dental Care

  • Nail Clipping



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Dental Care

Our Donegal vets and nurses can advise on how to make sure your pet's mouth is in top condition by ensuring their dental care is properly managed.

We perform dental examinations and procedures, including scale and polishing, as well as all types of dental extractions. Indicators of oral health issues pet owners should look out for include:

Indicators of oral health issues pet owners should look out for include:

  • Bad breath

  • Cracked/chipped or loose teeth

  • Red, swollen or bleeding gums

  • Reduced appetite or difficulty eating or chewing

Scheduling regular veterinary dental health check-ups will give us the best chance of catching potential problems early before they are allowed to develop into more serious issues.


Annual vaccinations are required for your pet to prevent different diseases which our small animals can become exposed to on a day to day basis.

Primary puppy vaccinations and kitten vaccinations can start as young as six-weeks-old and help protect your new puppy or kitten from becoming ill due to their immune systems not being fully developed.

Our team of Donegal vets at Bluestack Veterinary Clinic

are here to care for your pet

Donegal: 074 972 3760 Ballybofey: 074 9130100


Whether you are a pet owner who is considering dog neutering or cat spaying, our vets in Donegal have years of experience in performing this routine surgery.

We encourage pet owners to consider neutering and spaying their pets for a number of reasons:

We encourage pet owners to consider neutering and spaying their pets for a number of reasons:

  • Reduce negative behaviours such as aggression in male animals, spraying in male cats, marking of territory in male dogs, roaming in males and females

  • Reduce the risk of diseases in females such as breast or ovarian cancer and womb infections (pyometra)

  • Reduce the risk of testicular cancers and prostate diseases in males

  • Remove the risk of unwanted pregnancies and litters


Microchipping is now a legal requirement for all dogs over the age of eight weeks in Ireland. Owners of un-chipped or unregistered dogs face fines of up to €5,000.

The team at our Donegal veterinary clinic help pet owners microchip their small animals in the event breeders have not done so already. Microchipping is not only a legal requirement but it also helps to reunite lost or stolen pets with their owners.

Surgery and X-ray

We can perform a wide range of surgeries in our state of the art surgical suites.
These range from routine procedures such as neutering to more specialised procedures such as orthopaedics.
We also provide in-house x-ray and ultrasound facilities to perform rapid diagnostics on your animals.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much do pet vaccinations cost?

    Get in touch with our Donegal veterinary clinic in order to discuss pricing for the vaccination of your small animal. Dogs and cats should be vaccinated annually after receiving their initial vaccines. We also vaccinate older pets who may have never been vaccinated in order to protect them against infectious diseases.

  • I am looking for a vet near me. Where are you based?

    Animal owners who live locally or in the surrounding areas visit our vet in Donegal town when they require veterinary services of the highest quality standards. Get in touch with us to arrange an appointment for your pet.