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Where to Find a Vet in Singapore

Not only will you need a vet if your pet falls ill, a vet is also necessary to get your pet the right vaccinations or to get them neutered or spayed. Here’s where you can go if your fur baby needs a friendly vet.


Animal Recovery Veterinary Referral Centre

The practice was featured on Cesar Milan’s popular television show and offers natural remedies like acupuncture as treatment.

Where: 466 Serangoon Road

Tel: 6252 2623


Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Centre

In addition to the tertiary care centre, a cremation service and a centrally located after-hours emergency centre, there are also nine clinics located around the island for your convenience.


Companion Animal Surgery

The clinic is open 24 hours a day and welcomes unconventional pets like rodents and birds.

Where: 12 Boon Teck Road

Tel: 6255 7950

Namly Medical Clinic

Dr Ling at Namly Clinic is skilled in handling small animals, and is particularly good with rabbits.

Where: 74 Namly Place

Tel: 6469 4744

Amber Veterinary Practice

Read up on cute pet stories and the latest treatments and tips from the quarterly Amber Times newsletter, which can be downloaded from the website or found at select bookstores and cafes.

Where: 50 Burnfoot Terrace

Tel: 6245 5543

Animal Infirmary

The doctors at Animal Infirmary can treat health problems and are even equipped with the right tools and skills to perform dental procedures on small animals like rabbits and rodents.

Where: #01-94/96, Block 108, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4

Tel: 6451 4531 or 9654 6714 (after hours emergency)

Monster Pet Vet

If you have an elderly pet, Monster Pet Vet is offering a full clinical examination and discounts on selected services throughout the month of October. Call to book an appointment.

Where: #01-16, Block 6 Everton Road

Tel: 6327 9148


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By Hazel Vincent De Paul, The Finder, September 2015

Photo: 123rf.com

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