As in humans, prevention will always be better than cure in animals too however much advancement is made in medicine. Our pets age faster than humans. A regular health check might be said to be more important for our animals than us due to the speed of aging, and our shortness of common language.
It is said that 70 % of all diseases can be diagnosed by careful physical examination consisting of history taking, visual inspection, palpation, auscultation, olfactory examination, and percussion. These physical examination results guide the subsequent clinical testing, leading us to the correct diagnosis.
A variety of full health check plans that include physical examinations and clinical testing are available to match for each of our patient’s health conditions.
If your pet suffers an accident or in need of immediate veterinary care, we are at your help and take them as priority.
For other ambulatory and planned check ups, vaccinations, elective surgeries, please call our reception +3662/652371 or book an appointment online to reduce the time of waiting.
Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Ferrets, Chinchillas, Reptiles, Birds
We work with you to provide quality pet care and individual treatment plans for your pets
Wellness exams, check ups, consultations, vaccinations:
ambulatory and emergency care
vaccination (dog, cat, rabbit, ferret)
elective surgery consultations
difficult case and lab/x-ray, second opinion consultations
Vaccinations and microchipping:
We offer all routinely recommended vaccinations for dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies, including rabies, feline leukemia, and parvovirus, and more based on your pet’s needs and lifestyle. We also offer implantation of microchips for dogs (compulsory), cats, rabbits, ferrets, birds and reptiles.
Screening and treatment plans for internal and external parasites, infestations, and secondary diseases, plus multiple options for parasite prevention and medications, are all available.
Part of our preventive care practice, our comprehensive exams cover your pet’s major body systems. Regular exams help to monitor your pet’s physical condition as part of your pet’s overall well-being.
We are working with qualified laboratories (in the country and abroad) with trustable results at short notice, but we have an in-house emergency lab for same-day results, so we can help determine or rule out specific conditions affecting your pet.
hematology and biochemistry panels
urine pH, specific gravity and sediment examination
ear and skin cytology
hormone levels (Progesterone, T4, TSH)
Our veterinary teams provide professional dental cleanings to support oral health, perform dental extractions and oral surgery.
Soft tissue surgeries:
Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Procedures: ear polyps, tumors,
TECA (This surgery involves the complete removal of the ear canal and tympanic bulla (middle ear), leaving only the ear flap (pinna) remaining. )
BOAS for brachycephalic dogs (In this procedure the soft palate is decreased in thickness by up to 80% and then folded back on itself. It is then stitched to create a shorter, much thinner soft palate that significantly opens the airways and allows the dog to breathe more normally.)
Eyelid tumors, entropium
Skin fold plastic surgery of the head
Biopsy - skin, organs, tumors
Surgical correction of simple and complex bone fractures
Plate osteosynthesis for fracture stabilization
Surgical correction of joint abnormalities, tendon injuries
Patella luxation surgery
TPLO (TPLO is the abbreviation for tibial plateau leveling osteotomy. This a surgical procedure used to treat cranial (or anterior) cruciate ligament rupture in the knee joints of dogs)
Ultrasound exam of pregnant animals (mostly cats and dogs)
Clinical management of cases of dystocia, cesarean section: Dystocia, the difficulty in passing the fetus through the pelvic canal, is a common small animal emergency.
Spaying and neutering (dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, rodents):
Spaying and neutering can help control the population of unwanted shelter animals and prevent some serious illnesses, also minimize some behavioral issues. Laparoscopic procedure is also
We use a variety of methods to help us diagnose and treat pet illnesses, and to help figure out the cause of any underlying injury.
CT scanning is used alongside our other imaging services, X-ray and Ultrasound and is paramount when diagnosing more complex conditions and advanced orthopedic injuries. A CT scan can help support with pre and post-surgery care for conditions including:
Bone injuries and advanced fractures, including spinal conditions
Orthopedic injuries (Cruciate disease, patella luxation, hip dysplasia and total hip replacement)
Soft tissue (Tumors, chest, nasal and abdomen) metastasis screening.
Our modern digital radiography enables us to examine your pet’s body systems like their cardiopulmonary, gastrointestinal, and reproductive systems. Our digital x-ray machines help us see below the surface of your pet’s gum line and evaluate each tooth so we can see tooth root concerns, perform extractions, and send images to specialists if appropriate.
Ultrasound is an imaging test that uses sound waves to create a picture (also known as a sonogram) of organs, tissues, and other structures inside the body. Unlike x-rays, ultrasounds don't use any radiation.
Endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure for dogs and cats to help diagnose various conditions:
upper and lower respiratory tract
Regular check-ups and care is important for healthy skin and hair coat. We will select the most suitable shampoo and medicated bathing if needed. Haircuts according to your desired cut style, grooming and medicated bathing is available by our proficient groomer.
If your pet is ferocious during grooming, sedation is available, provided and supervised by our veterinarians after examination and evaluation of the risks. They might advise further examinations e.g. laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging to ensure the safety of your pet’s sedation.