It’s tough to see our pets in pain, but the best vets in Hong Kong will help them recover in no time
Sure we all treat our four-legged babies as if they are humans. From adopting them from animal shelters to taking them to pet-friendly restaurants, we always try to give them the best lives. Having a sick furball at home? No worries. We’ve found the best vets in Hong Kong that provide great care for dogs, cats and even exotic animals during late nights, ensuring your pet’s health gets taken care of.
1. Veterinary Speciality Hospital of Hong Kong (VSH)
VSH is one of the first large-scale emergency veterinary hospitals in Hong Kong, accepting patients referred by veterinarians or with emergency needs only. Some of their specialities include cancer treatment, eye diseases, internal treatment and heart diseases. Emergency services are available at VSH all-day for the entire year, even on public holidays.
Veterinary Specialist Hospital of Hong Kong has branches in Wan Chai and Ho Man Tin
2. Tai Wai Small Animal and Exotic Hospital
Parrots, chinchillas, hedgehogs, snakes… For those who have exotic pets, this is the place to be. Established in 1997 by two British Veterinarians, this animal hospital provides dental checks, de-sex surgeries, nail trimming and a variety of services for cats and dogs as well as unorthodox pets. They also provide 24/7 emergency service every day, including on public holidays.
Tai Wai Small Animal and Exotic Hospital, G/F, Lap Wo Building, 69–75 Chik Shun Street, Tai Wai, Hong Kong, p. 2687 1030
3. Non-Profit Making Veterinary Clinic
Operated by Non-Profit Making Veterinary Services Society (NPV), this clinic offers vaccination, outpatient service and emergency service. They have over eight branches in Hong Kong, with the Prince Edward branch providing 24-hour emergency and inpatient service.
Non-Profit Making Veterinary Clinic has branches in Prince Edward and North Point
Known as one of the biggest animal NGOs in Hong Kong, SPCA has seven clinics across Hong Kong, from the urban Wan Chai and Hang Hou to further places like Cheung Chau and Mui Wo. Their centres are well equipped with diagnostic machines with some providing 24-hours emergency service. Other than their regular clinics, SPCA also has two mobile vehicles for veterinary consulting and de-sexing.
SPCA has several clinics in Hong Kong
5. Pets Central
From general to specialist veterinary services, Pets Central provides all kinds of services with great care and advanced technology. What’s cool about Pets Central is that they have established an online platform where clients can receive virtual consultations from specialists across the globe. Other than clinical services, Pets Central also has indoor air conditioned pet hotels for cats and dogs.
Pets Central has several branches in Hong Kong
6. Animal Emergency Centre
As you can tell from their name, Animal Emergency Centre specialise in late-night emergency services, open from 9pm to 8am seven days a week (including on public holidays). With professional vets and extensive facilities, Animal Emergency Centre will ensure your pets receive the most adequate treatment even in critical situations. They also work hand in hand with your regular vet to give your pet the best possible care.
Animal Emergency Centre, G/F, 256 Shau Kei Wan Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2915 7979