Horse & Dog Vet Hospital
Chao Fah Andaman Pet Hospital Phuket
24 Hours RTB Referral Animal Hospital Phuket
Ao Chalong Animal Hospital
Matta Vet Clinic
Phuket Animal Hospital
Raksatt Small Animal Hospital
Review of Ao Chalong Animal Hospital
My 6 year old cat had pain to pee and it cried all night. We felt pity for him very much and decided to bring him to the nearest vet hospital. We came to this hospital as it is just 5 minutes away from our house. Doc said our cat had an ureteric stone and so he had to do a penetration into urethra. I agreed to it but got shocked when I saw the bill…3000 B! Well, several weeks later my cat got the same symptom but we decided to go to Phuket Town where we pay only a few hundreds baht for each similar process. Moreover, doc said he needed an operation. Now he is healed by vet hospital in Phuket town. Not sure about service of this hospital in Chalong.
Review of Chao Fah Andaman Pet Hospital Phuket
This was my first time here, taking my fat cat to have his parasitic vaccine. All of them, vets and staff all look professional and friendly. I think this pet hospital could be the high end one in Chalong. Very clean, high quality service and definitely higher price. Anyway, I believe I got what I paid indeed.
My 2 cats got a serious itch, they keep scratching all day. I brought them to a vet clinic in Phuket Town once (not wish to mention the name of the clinic), there doc said our cats have only normal itch… really? I’m not convinced so I decided to go to the RTB which I know it would come with a higher expense. My first impression was this hospital is absolutely clean and no smell, yet they have many greeting staff at the reception. Very warm welcome, everyone is very friendly and smiley. They have 2 or 3 check up units with a doctor in each and this helps checking be done a lot more faster. Well about itch of my cat, yes they need a cure (different result from previous clinic) and we got a spray, antibac pills and liniment. Both look like getting better now. Expensive but efficient this hospital.
The best thing about this hospital is their 24hr service and this helped our cat when he was injured and almost died. We have used many other animal hospitals in Phuket and nearly all of them smelly (I mean cat & dog smell) as you know, but this hospital controls that very well.
Choosing the right veterinarian for one’s pet or animal can be a challenge. Fortunately Phuket has a number of animal clinics, pet hospitals and veterinarians that are well known and respected.
Most clinics provide vaccinations, check-ups, medical procedures, specialized foods, grooming, travel cages, and boarding services. Some even offer complimentary pick-up and delivery.
Travelling to Thailand with a pet involves plenty of paperwork. The Thai government requires all pets be micro-chipped and forms from the Department of Livestock must be completed prior to arrival. All vaccinations must be up to date and a quarantine may be required. The Thai customs officials also impose a value tax on worth of each pet. Airlines also request a list of requirements that must be met prior to travel.