Providing the Best Care for Your Pet.

We understand the importance of ensuring your pet is properly looked after and given the highest level of care and attention by our trained staff.  Whatever the issue is, we cater to all breeds of dog or cat as well as small animals including rabbits and guinea pigs. Get in touch with us to arrange a visit.


Meet The Team

Located in Tallaght, we’ve been helping care for your furry companions for over 20 years. Our fully qualified staff are on hand to help assess any problems and nurse your animal back to health


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Nicola Caddle MVB

Nicola is a Clondalkin native and past pupil of Cóláiste Bhríde. She qualified from UCD in 1994.

After several years working in small animal practice in both the UK and Ireland, she took over the practice in December 2002. She has a keen interested in general practice with a particular interest in soft tissue surgery. Nicola hopes to keep improving the range, and quality of services on offer at Priory Vets to ensure the best for your pet. In 2018 Nicola became a certified Veterinary laser therapist and we introduced laser therapy to the practice

Suzanne Clarke - Practice Administrator

Suzanne is the longest serving staff member at the practice. In many ways she is the face and voice of the practice a she is not only the administrator, but the main receptionist and a qualified groomer. With an almost encyclopaedic memory for our clients and pets, she is the first port of call for all your questions and queries. As of 2019 Suzanne is also a certified laser therapist.

Ciara Richardson R.V.N.

Ciara joined the practice as a student nurse in 2017, and has made a great contribution ever since. In 2019 she both qualified as a Veterinary Nurse, and as a qualified Veterinary Laser Therapist.. In November of 2019 Ciara received her Bachelor of Science BSc. in Veterinary nursing and is now a registered veterinary nurse.