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General Medicine

The veterinary care your pet needs to maintain good health and quality of life at all stages of its life: puppy, adult and senior.  

Your pet's health is always under control

To maintain your good health, you should be updated on:

  • First visit
  • Visit puppy
  • Vaccination plan
  • Internal and external pesticides
  • Routine check-up
  • Nutrition plan and supplements

Your pet's health is always under control


Comprehensive and preventive veterinary medicine, 360º attentionall in one structure.

Pharma Shop

First Aid and Emergencies

Registration and Passport

Rainbow Rooms


Sterilization and Neutering

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

The almost 2000m2 facility, the largest in southern Switzerland, has 7 examination rooms, 2 operating rooms, rooms with advanced imaging diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI), X-ray and ultrasound equipment, physiotherapy, alternative therapies and chemotherapy . 

Trinity offers a large waiting room separated for dogs, cats and NAC. It has an Emergency Room equipped to deal with the most complex and urgent cases.

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

Responsible Veterinary Doctors



What risks exist if my pet does not receive all recommended vaccinations?

If your pet does not receive all recommended vaccinations, he may be at risk of contracting serious infectious diseases. Vaccinations are essential to prevent infections and protect the health of your pet and that of others around him. Furthermore, some diseases that can be prevented with vaccinations are often expensive to treat once they develop.

The frequency of vaccinations may depend on the type of vaccine and the specific recommendations of your veterinarian. Some core vaccinations must be administered annually. Your veterinarian will determine the most appropriate vaccination plan based on your dog's age, health and lifestyle. As well as the vaccinations necessary to travel abroad.

Although cats that live exclusively indoors are at a lower risk of contracting some diseases transmitted by direct contact, they can still be exposed to diseases that are spread through contaminated objects or by proximity to people and other animals. our veterinarians will be able to recommend a vaccination plan adapted to your cat's specific needs and local conditions.

The frequency of pesticide treatments depends on the type of product used and factors such as geographic location, your pet's living environment and its risk of exposure to parasites. Some treatments are applied monthly, while others may last longer. Consult our veterinarians to determine the most suitable program for your pet.

It is advisable to take your pet to the vet at least once a year for basic checks, even if he appears to be in good health. Annual veterinary exams are essential for catching health problems early, preventing them from becoming serious. However, older animals or those with pre-existing conditions may require more frequent visits. Our veterinarian can establish a personalized vetting plan based on your pet's specific needs.