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Veterinary Clinic


A veterinary clinic offers expert opinion, certified prescription of medication and surgery for pets. If you notice anything out of the norm, it is best to seek a professional’s advice and get a proper diagnosis and treatment for your pet.

Vets in Pet Lovers Centre



Address: 

The Star Vista
1 Vista Exchange Green, #01-14/15, Singapore 138617

Opening Hours: 

Monday to Saturday : 9:00am to 9:00pm ( Consultation Hours: 10:00am to 8:00pm )

Contact numbers:
Clinic appointment : 66946383; WhatsApp : 94387453
Email : customerservice@animalwellness.sg

The Veterinary Clinic

Due to further tightening of the circuit breaker measures, there might be unforeseen adjustment in our operating hours. Please call the clinic before you visit. Thank you for your understanding.

Address: 
Holland Village,33A & 31A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277744

Opening Hours: 
Monday to Saturday : 10:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday : 10:00am to 5:00pm
Public Holidays : Closed
Lunchbreak : 2:00pm to 3:00pm  

Contact number:
6468 6312


*Do plan your timing on your next visit to avoid disappointment. 


Signs that You Should Take Your Pet to the Vet

Change in eating habits

It might be normal for your pet to skip some meals. However, skipping consecutive meals or drinking more water than usual may be an indication of a disease.

Vomiting

It is normal for pets to spit out or vomit occasionally when something does not agree with them. But if it happens consecutively, contains blood or is due to/causes a fever, it is a sign to visit the vet.

Weird stools

Your pet’s stools reveal her general health condition. A healthy pet should have firm and moist stools. It is a cause for concern if you observe otherwise or if
• your pet is having a hard time trying to relieve herself (straining)
• there are worms, blood or mucus in the stool
• diarrhoea persists for over 24 hours

Other symptoms

As a pet parent, you would know your pet better than anyone else. Thus, it is your responsibility to be observant and notice the slightest changes.

Do head to the vet immediately if your pet experiences any emergency symptoms, such as
• open wounds and bleeding
• seizure

• sudden collapse
• whining or shaking due to extreme pain

Tips for a Stress-free Vet Appointment

Groom your pet regularly

Be sure to groom your pet or send her to a professional grooming centre regularly. This will ensure that she is clean and healthy at all times, reducing the possibility of needing a vet visit.

Take notes of your pet’s condition

If you suspect that something is amiss, start taking notes of your pet’s behaviour including details such as
• description of the symptoms/behaviour
• frequency and duration of symptoms occurring

Schedule an appointment beforehand

It is advised to call up the clinic to schedule an appointment beforehand. This secures your slot with the veterinarian and you can arrange for a pet taxi if required.

Simulate the experience at home

Make it a habit to check on your pet’s body, including her face, tail and legs. Your pet will then get acquainted to being “inspected”, reducing stress during vet visits. This also enables you to check for any concerns that are not as visible.