Visit our full service veterinary clinic for everything from dentistry to cardiac care

pet shop & grooming

Come in for hamster food, cat toys, dog baths or turtle terrariums


Browse our Help! section for advice on training and illness prevention

Dragon Boat Day Closure

The clinic will be closed on Thursday 25th June for the Dragon Boat Day Public Holiday. We will be open as normal at 9am on Friday 26th. If you are in need of… Continue reading

Closure on Sundays

In order to keep our staff safe and minimise travel, the clinic will now be closed on Sundays. We will be open Monday – Friday 9am- 6pm and Saturdays 9am-1pm and 2pm-5pm as… Continue reading

Covid-19 Update 26th March

COVID-19 Update If you, or any member of your household, are currently under compulsory home quarantine after returning to Hong Kong, please DO NOT visit the clinic for any reason without contacting us… Continue reading

Covid-19 Update

Given the rapidly changing Covid-19 situation on the Southside of Hong Kong, with several newly confirmed local cases, we may be forced to alter our opening hours and available services  over the next… Continue reading


We have seen dozens of animals over the last few days with severe flea infestations – including several cats who never go outside! Please make sure your pets are on good parasite control,… Continue reading

High Blood Pressure in Cats

Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure. This has long been recognised as a serious health concern in people but did you know that it is a common health problem in… Continue reading

Pedigree Cats

The majority of cats in Hong Kong are what we call moggies or domestic short haired cats – that is they are a random mixture of lots of different cats, we have often… Continue reading

guinea pig care guide

Tip: you should always pick yours up by the front so they can see you.

preventative medicine for your dog

Learn the basics of keeping you puppy healthy.

common household poisons and cats

Lots of stuff at home can hurt cats from flowers to Paracetamol. Read more to avoid them.