Your Local Vets in Greystones

PETCARE VETS opened in Charlesland, Greystones in July 2017. We are proud to be able to offer an extensive range of services with modern,  leading-edge facilities including:-

  • An In-house Laboratory offering same day analysis of urine samples, ear swabs & blood smears.
  • A dedicated Surgical theatre.
  • Full body x-ray machine with digital viewer.
  • Dedicated dental x-ray machine.
  • Ultrasonic de-scaler and dental drill
  • Ultrasound

Vet Mairead Kilbride MVB leads the team with a  focus on client care and animal welfare, using best practice methods gained from over ten years experience in the UK and Ireland.

Our Motto is “Taking care of Pets, Taking care of People”.  We know how important the owner pet bond is and offer the highest standards of care and advice. It is important to us that both humans and their pets enjoy their experience at the clinic.


Meet the team

Mairead Kilbride Vet

Mairead Kilbride MVB

Mairead graduated in 2006 from University College Dublin. She has enjoyed a variety of positions in Ireland, the UK and Australia with both large and small veterinary clinics. The very best practices gleaned over those 11 years are now combined in the founding of Petcare Vets.

She has a particular interest in fostering a positive and calm atmosphere for pets and their people and this is central to the Petcare Vets experience.

Particular veterinary interests include canine and feline dentistry as well as dog training and behaviour.

Alex Shortt

Alex Shortt BAgrSc

Alex graduated in Animal Science in 2014 from University College Dublin. Having worked in the agricultural industry in both Ireland and the United States of America, Alex broadened her knowledge of and interest in animals to include the conservation of wildlife by completing an internship in South Africa.

Working in Durban in a wildlife rehabilitation centre has heightened Alex’s passion for the care and protection of animals. She is excited to be back in Ireland working with Petcare Vets administering a confident comfortable environment for both the animals and their families.

Maria Reidy Dip VN RVN

Maria Reidy Dip VN RVN

Maria graduated from University College Dublin in 2008. She has worked in a wide range of veterinary practices in Ireland and abroad. She has nursed in a referral spinal and orthopaedic clinic, general practice and pet insurance in Ireland. She also worked in a busy accident and emergency hospital in Auckland.

Her favourite part of the job is getting to know pets and their owners in order to give the best level of care and compassion to your furry family members.