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Dog

Health and wellness.

What your dog needs to have a healthy and happy life

Do you know his complete health status? Consult our veterinarians.

Services for dogs

We offer a full range of services and treatments.

Odontostomatology

Orthopaedics

Gastroenterology

Dermatology

Oncology

Neurology

All the comfort for your dogs

To improve the attention in the veterinary care of your dog, we have designed a waiting room especially for them, recovery areas with boxes of different sizes and an outdoor and safe terrace to make their stay in hospital more pleasant.

All the comfort for your dogs

FAQs

What are the essential vaccinations for my dog and how often should they be administered?

Before determining specific vaccinations for your dog, you should consult your veterinarian. In cubs, the first vaccine involves a short-term booster, subsequently the frequency is annual. If you move abroad it is mandatory to vaccinate against rabies.

Use pesticide products prescribed by your vet. They may include collars, pipettes, tablets or even injections. The choice will depend on the specific situation and any previous pathologies of the dog. We recommend a consultation with our veterinarians for any particular cases.

An annual check-up is recommended for healthy dogs. However, for older dogs or those with underlying health conditions, more frequent visits may be necessary. These checks are crucial for detecting health problems early.

The choice of diet depends on factors such as the dog's age, health and type of activity. Consult our veterinary nutritionists for a balanced and adequate diet. Some dogs may require special diets due to their health conditions.

Dental care should start as a puppy. Provide chewable toys to aid in cleanup. Professional dental cleaning is also necessary and can be scheduled with our veterinarians.

A personalized vaccination plan ensures that your dog receives adequate protection at different stages of his life. Vaccination needs vary based on age, health and lifestyle. Following your veterinarian's recommendations helps prevent disease and maintain good health.

Be alert for changes in your dog's behavior, mobility, or appetite. Pain can manifest itself in different ways. If you notice signs such as lethargy, refusal of usual activities or strange sounds, it is important to contact our veterinarians to address possible health problems.