Happy Paws Clinic was founded in 2008 with the aim of helping stray animals around the Maltese islands. Our clinic provides services to the stray animal community as well as to privately owned pets. We are registered and recognised NGO, providing free neutering services for team members, a fully-equipped veterinary clinic and promotion of dog or cat adoption schemes. We have years of experience and a passion for what we do. We believe that all pets should be cared for and provided with the best services possible, be they strays or privately owned.
Our veterinary clinic is run by experienced and trained veterinarians, as well as by volunteers. It is fully equipped with state-of-the-art examination rooms, surgical suites, ultrasound, dental scaling unit, x-ray equipment, anaesthetic breathing systems and our own in-house laboratory. Our veterinarians aim to provide a comfortable environment as well as the best treatment for all stray animals, including birds, reptiles, fish, rabbits, ferrets, pigs and horses. Our procedures are 100% animal-friendly procedures in order to avoid discomfort for the animal. Teamcard holders can also benefit from our free neutering services and medical treatment (medications need to be paid for by the client) for stray animals to limit fast-growing numbers of stray colonies. The clinic is funded thanks to donations, sponsorships and earnings we make from our charity shops.
Apart from services for strays, Happy paws Clinic also provides veterinary services for privately owned pets as well. For private pets, we charge a commercial rate for our services, with all profits made going towards our charity in order to keep providing medical treatment for strays. These services include emergency treatment, health exams, spraying and neutering, heartworm and intestinal parasite testing, immunisations, dental services, x-rays, international health certificates, as well as microchipping. For more information about the services we offer to stray animals or privately owned pets, please do not hesitate to call us or visit us at our clinic in Marsa. By using the Happy Paws Clinic, you can help in making the lives of many stray animals in Malta a little better.