Spa View Veterinary Clinic

Published 11 months ago


Spa View Veterinary Clinic was founded in Johnstown, Co. Kilkenny by Dan O'Riordan in January 1990, with a second branch opening in Ikerrin Road, Thurles in 1995.

Our professional and compassionate team is dedicated to providing the highest standards of personal care for both you and your pet. Both of our clinics are accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland, which is essential in ensuring that we deliver the best possible care for your pet.

This accreditation also instils a tremendous sense of pride in our team, both in the quality of service we offer and in our workplace.

Our devoted veterinary surgeons are capably supported by a knowledgeable and amiable staff of qualified veterinary nurses and receptionists. We continually strive to do our utmost for our patients and their owners, always treating people as we would wish to be treated ourselves.


  • Animal Surgery
  • Blood Test
  • Dog Food
  • Emergency
  • Microchipping
  • Neuter
Address: 19 Canal Rd, Foulkscourt, Johnstown, E41 W9Y5, Kilkenny

Opening Hours

Closed Now
Day Opening Time Closing Time
Monday 08:30 17:30
Tuesday 08:30 17:30
Wednesday 08:30 17:30
Thursday 08:30 17:30
Friday 08:30 17:30
Saturday 08:30 17:30
Sunday Closed Closed

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