Frequently Asked Questions

We accept cash, credit and debit cards as well as account transfers.

We are present 24×7 to monitor the admitted patients as well as take care of patients in our critical care unit. We are ateam of specialist surgeons for surgical emergencies.

Yes, we have veterinarians as well as assistant staff that are attuned to the specific requirements of cat handling, behavior and most of all treatment. We have isolated areas specifically for cat treatment, admission or critical care.

There are many types of anaesthetics used worldwide. we routinely use inhalation anaesthesia (i.e. gas anaesthesia), which is the safest possible method for maintainence of anaesthesia during surgery. We have veterinarians trained specifically in anaesthesia who formulate a protocol specific to your pets individual needs prior to the surgery. Further, our state of the art monitoring equipment allows us to keep a check on all your pets vital parameters like ECG, heart rate, respiration rate etc. during the surgery.

There are various methods of tick and flea preventions, including tick collars, sprays, powders, spot-ons and injections. The method that is most suitable for your pet depends on his specific needs. Points to consider when choosing a method of prevention include:
  • amount of exposure to ticks and fleas (parks are a source of constant exposure)
  • existing liver or kidney disease (injectables may not be an option)
  • regular swimming or water activities (may render tick collars ineffective)
  • level of tick/flea infestation (combination therapy may be needed for severe cases)
  • Our vets can help formulate a prevention plan based on your specific needs

    Puppies can start their vaccination protocol at 35-40 days of age while kittens should begin at about 45 days. These can be done at any of our centers. our veterinarians will provide you with a protocol for the following vaccinations at the time of the first vaccine as well as a vaccination card with a full record of all vaccines given to your pet.

    Long haired dogs should be brushed or combed daily to prevent matting of the fur. This also helps keep the hair coat healthier and shinier and helps notice skin lesions sooner. Dental care is also a part of regular grooming. We advise that you brush your dogs teeth about once a day for best dental health. This will require some getting used to for both you and your pet. Slow introductions and persistence are the key to developing a dental care routine both you and your pet can enjoy.Some long haired cats also require combing and brushing to keep their fur from getting matted. Dental care in cats is harder than for dogs since they do not tolerate tooth brushing as well as dogs. Dental chews can be an alternative in cases where tooth brushing is not an option.

    Geriatric pets, just like humans are at higher risk for many diseases and therefore benefit from routine bi-annual check ups and blood work (if required). These can be scheduled at any of our branches at your convenience.


    Pet Care Tips for a healthy pet

    No medicine to be given to the pet without prior consultation as certain human medicines are contraindicated in pets.

    Salt and Sugar in moderate quantities can be added to the diet of a dog. Not feeding sugar and salt is a myth.

    After coming back from a walk, a dog should be checked at all paws for the presence of any foreign body.

    Do not keep a newly acquired pup on the floor. Keep him / her on some kind of bedding in a box or basket.

    Do not buy or acquire a pup of less than 5 weeks of age.

    Always feed the pup with Luke Warm feed, fresh each time.

    Never leave your dog in a closed car with windows rolled up. Dogs can't stand the green house effect and the heat and they might collapse with a heat stroke.

    Pups normally do not drink water, so do not force water into the pup's feed.

    In young pups, diarrhoea or vomiting needs immediate Vet attention.

    Minced meat could be introduced to pups at 3 months of age.

    Dog's normal body temperature is 101 degree and 102 degree F.

    Dogs should be trained from the early age for going out for big and small jobs. Make it a practice to move him out at a regular spot after every meal.

    Call your dog by name each time so that it responds and recognises the name quickly.

    A dog is considered to be mature at 1 to 1.5 years of age for breeding. A bitch should not be mated on 1st heat.

    The heat in bitches lasts for about 21 days. She goes through a menstrual cycle which lasts about 5-10 days.

    The bitch could be mated successfully between 8-12 days in small breeds and 10-14 days in large breeds from the onset of bleeding.

    The gestation period pregnancy in bitches is between 58 days to 62 days.

    Chaining of dogs make them furious, therefore do not chain them at all times.

    All dogs need regular exercise, good food and hygienic living conditions and above all, little love and affection by the owner.

    Dog training by professional trainer should not start prior to 4 months of age.


    pet care services in dehradun

    "The clinic is very compassionate and patient. A well-trained doctor. 24/7 service and an all-in-one facility for all your pet's requirements. We have beagles who are that is seven months old and this facility has served as my pillar and rock for all of my pet's emergency needs. Dr. Vyas is a gem of a doctor who is always there and extremely kind to pet owners and pets alike. I would suggest that everyone who is in the area never hesitate to bring their pet with them to see Dr. Vyas only. "

    -Anuradha c

    "This is my first time visiting Dr. Vyas pet Hospital. The doctor will begin to measure the body's temperature, weight, and temperature as well as take blood samples. I'm waiting for two to three hours in Hospital the final report will include her kidney, liver, and kidney. The damage was extensive. Dr.Vyas suggests that she be admitted to the hospital for 7 to 8 days. He will provide her with the proper treatment. The dog is healthy. Thank you Ujjawal for their help. take good care of my dog. He will be able to make video calls. Again, thank you. Thanks to you and your team."

    - Pushpraj B

    "Thank you very much Thank you, Dr. Priyank Vyas. I strongly suggest to everyone Dr. Vyas Pet Hospital as everyone there is very attentive to taking care of your adorable dogs and girls. Dr. Priyank explained everything, from issues to diagnosis reports The procedure is explained in a thorough and easily understood to understand the procedure in a very clear and easy-to-understand manner. Thank you for this and best of all the best to the team at the clinic. (thanks Ujjwal) I'm hoping you'll open the new hospital branch in Haridwar in the near future."

    - Rakesh K

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