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Blue Cross Veterinary Clinic

Msida, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Ambuserv Animal Ambulance

Lija, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Vetcare Animal Clinic

San Gwann, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Animal Doctors

Hamrun, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Animal Aid Veterinary Clinic

Msida, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Galea Veterinary Clinic Gozo

Victoria Gozo | Veterinary Clinics
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St Simon Veterinary Practice

Mosta, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Best Friends Veterinary Clinic

Paola, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Highrise Veterinary Clinic

Ta’ Xbiex, Malta | Veterinary Clinics

Dr Duncan Chetcuti Ganado: 9982 9646;Dr Julie Spiteri: 7927 9350;Clinic: 2132 2150;;X-Ray, ultrasound, in-house laboratory, surgeries, House calls & other Veterinary services by Appointment

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Pets Veterinary Clinic

Zabbar, Malta | Veterinary Clinics

Dr Kevin Camilleri DVM, CertAVP(GSAS), MRCVS
Advance Practioner in General Small Animal Surgery
Dr.Sara Barberio DVM, Associate Veterinary Surgeon
House Calls, Clinic Appointments
General & Orthopaedic Surgery

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Vets at Home Malta

B’Kara, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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All Animal Clinic

Tarxien, Malta | Veterinary Clinics
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Animal Pharm

Balzan, Malta | Veterinary Clinics

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Veterinary Clinics in Malta

Discover animal doctors to treat your beloved pet in Malta and Gozo. You can sort up your results to your preferences, check opening hours, websites, photo galleries and emergency phone numbers.

As pets can’t really tell when they are in pain or something is off, they need even more medical attention and check-ups than humans, in order to ensure everything is alright. Apart from check-ups, there are standard procedures you might need to perform.

Most clinics provide vaccination services, which should be carried out after 6 weeks for puppies and after 9 weeks for kittens.
Vaccines for puppies are against hepatitis, distemper, adenovirus, parvovirus, leptospirosis, corona virus and parainfluenza.
Kittens are vaccinated against chlamydia, leucopenia, herpesvirus and calicivirus.

Vets at clinics also perform microchipping procedure, which became obligatory for dogs in 2011. There is no legal obligation to microchip your cat, but many clinics offer such services to help you find your pet easier in case of any accident.

Parasite Prevention and Control
Another standard procedure is parasite prevention and control. The most common parasites for cats and dogs are fleas, ticks and roundworms. Ideally, if required steps are taken in advance, any parasite problem can be avoided.

Pet Passport
If you’re planning to travel with your pet, you can find authorised clinics which can issue a pet passport, allowing you to easily travel to most European countries.

Blood Tests and Radiology
Many clinics also offer radiology, blood tests and in-house laboratory which makes it hassle-free in case of emergency.

Neutering and Castration
Neutering and castration procedures tend to improve health condition and behaviour of pets. It decreases aggression and territory marking, in case of cats, they are no longer eager to escape to mate.
Additionally, during a checkup you can ask for nutrition advice. Dental care should be provided as well and regular inspections can prevent major issues.

Emergency Animal Doctors and Home Visits
Many clinics have emergency phone line which provide 24hr assistance, including Sundays. If there is a need of blood tests or X-Rays, it’s better to go to a clinic. In a hard process of saying goodbye to your pet, you can ask for euthanasia at home, if being in familiar environment would ease the pain. 

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