Veterinary Physiotherapy for Performance, Fitness and Recovery

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Home Visits

Is your dog anxious at veterinary practices? Do you have a dog that doesn't do well on car journeys? Maybe your dog has trouble getting in and out of the car? Or maybe you don't have a car to get you to our clinic?

If this sounds like you and your dog, then Vetannery Physiotherapy is right for you. We provide appointments in the client's home so that your dog can be comfortable and you don't have the stress of getting to a clinic.  

Clinics

If you'd prefer to come and see us we currently run clinics 2 days a week at Bramley, O'Shea and Breen Veterinary Hospital on Distillery Rd in Wexford town on Wednesdays (3pm-8pm) and Saturdays (3pm-5pm).

Please note that Veterinary Physiotherapy is not a replacement for Veterinary Medical treatment by your Vet. Also, no treatment can be administered by a Veterinary Physiotherapist without permission by your Vet.