We have 4 state of the art veterinary clinics located around Cork city & county. Contact any of our clinics below to discuss our services, to arrange a tour of our facilities, for directions or opening times. Alternatively, for any clinic…

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Northpoint Business Park, Cork

Unit 22, Northpoint Business Park, Mallow Road

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Kinsale Road, Cork

Unit 1, Southring Business Park, Kinsale Road, Co. Cork

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Passage West, Cork

Ardmore House, Ardmore, Passage West, Cork

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Cobh, Cork

Unit 8, Ticknock Retail Park, Cobh, Cork

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Welcome to Sunbeam Veterinary

Sunbeam Veterinary is a group of 3 Veterinary Clinics and a Veterinary Hospital located in Cork City.

Sunbeam Veterinary Hospital is a friendly, informal small animal hospital located in Blackpool on the Northside of Cork City. Sunbeam Veterinary Clinics are located in Cobh, Passage West and in South link Business Park off the Kinsale Road roundabout.

We recognise that your pet is a valued member of your family and treat each patient as if it was our own.

Since opening originally in 2003 in Blackpool we have improved the range and quality of the services available to your pets.

Services available include - Radiography, Ultrasonography, Endoscopy, Laparoscopy, CT Scanning, Inhouse Laboratory Facilities, Orthopaedic Surgery including Spinal surgery, Hospitalisation facilities, Canine hydrotherapy and rehabilitation, a 24 hour emergency service (Please be aware that a higher fee is charged for consultations outside of normal hours).

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We treat each patient as if it was our own

Opening hours


8.00am – 7.00pm


Blackpool – 10.00am – 4.00pm
Kinsale Rd – 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Passage West – 10.00am – 1.00pm
Cobh – 2.00pm – 5.00pm


Closed except for emergencies

021 439 1600

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Appointment times


10.00am – 12.00pm
2.00pm – 4.00pm
5.30pm – 7.00pm

Cat with Kitten


There is a purpose built cattery in Blackpool where some of our feline friends stay when their owners are on holiday. We have both single and double ‘rooms’ available so your cats can be accommodated together. Our nurses are more than happy to accommodate any cats with extra needs also.

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Dog swimming at Sunbeam Hydrotherapy centre

Hydrotherapy Centre

Physiotherapy including hydrotherapy is available in our Hydrotherapy centre to aid recovery and rehabilitation for some pets .

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Dog recuperating from surgery

Pet Health Care

We are delighted to offer our cat and dog clients an annual health plan exclusively designed for our practice.

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We at Sunbeam would love to hear from you

Contact us now to discuss our services or to arrange a tour of any of our centres.

Some lovely compliments from our happy clients

We want to thank all at Sunbeam for helping us cope with the illness and subsequent loss of our beloved labrador Molly. Their kindness and compassion made a difficult time easier.
Margaret and family


We have always found Sunbeam great but the extent to which they helped with Ruby, our beloved Westie who had lymphoma, went beyond what we expected. Through her diagnosis and subsequent chemotherapy their kindness and understanding was wonderful. We would like to say thanks for the extra time they gave us with Ruby.


We have been bringing our 2 dogs and 3 cats to Sunbeam for years and love the friendliness and professionalism of the staff. The fact that Dino and Flash actually like going is a reflection of how good they all are.

Blackpool (Cork)

I've been bringing Chico in for Hydrotherapy, for his arthritis, to Emily and Hilary for a while now and he loves going and is definitely better since he started. I would recommend this to anyone who has dogs with arthritis and find Hilary and Emily great.


Candy has been having acupuncture with Suzanne for a while now and we are amazed at the difference it is making


Our gratitude to all in Sunbeam for treating Pip who contracted parvovirus recently. He is now home and happy again


Rosie had a keyhole spey - you would never know she had surgery. Can't understand why anyone would choose not to spey their dogs this way - it's so much better for both the dog and the owner


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