Thursday, 19 January 2017

Get your import/export permit first hand from "small five VET CLINIC"

We are happy and proud to announce that we are now authorized agents for import and export permits for your pets and want to give you a rough idea what to expect if you decide to take your animal abroad or bring it to Kenya.

The most obvious advantage is you get everything first hand from us.
No waiting, running around doing payments here and there, struggling with authorities and officials. We do the whole process for you, even deliver the pet to your doorstep (within NAIROBI). The price depends on the country the animal is going / coming from. Different countries, different laws. Ensure you inquire on time (most European countries, Australia and New Zealand) have very strict regulations.

PET IMPORT (into Kenya)
The Kenyan pet import process demands that only healthy, rabies free pets are allowed entry, we will guide you and process all your relevant documents as the pet must enter Kenyan airspace as manifest cargo. We will help you with the clearing and handling process, vet check and any health adjustment if necessary on arrival.
Pups below three months should not be vaccinated against rabies. Micro-chipping is important but not a must.

EXPORT
The pet export process will majorly be determined by the destination country. If you are relocating your pets we advise you to inform our office at least 4 months in advance for preparation purposes. Micro-chipping and then vaccination is a mandatory requirement. Most countries will require a battery of blood work and other tests before approval. Feel free to ask for a quote.

  • Micro-chipping (we do micro-chipping, it must be done before vaccination)
  • Up to date vaccination certificate (with stamp and signature of a KVB registered vet surgeon)
  • Drawing blood for tests (which depends on the country)
  • Processing the blood samples 
  • Dispatching them to a recognized lab
  • Contacting the vet authorities in the export country to organize import permit
  • Organizing a sky kennel with watering container and funnel
  • Pet handling and logistics at the port of exit

We wish you and your four legged friends a happy and hustle free relocation.

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

We are open every weekday 8am to 6pm

Thanks to our esteemed clients and your faith in us we are now open daily from 0800H to 1800H, except Sundays (for emergencies only).

We always have two doctors on duty (both are very experienced and equally capable of attending to your pet).

APPOINTMENTS
Please support us and book an appointment in advance, unless of course it is an emergency. Then you are welcome at the clinic any time.
Call the clinic under 0202 001 007 or 0702 624 945 Or email info@vetclinic.co.ke.

HOUSE CALLS
We can serve you better when we can plan your house calls and surgeries in advance.
Kindly provide a contact number and directions, preferably by attaching your location through whatsap app or google maps. It is not always easy to find a particular house. Please understand that we have to ask for an advance deposit of KES 2000.- (1000.- mileage and 1000.- consultation fee) for house calls within Nairobi, especially if you are a first time customer or with history of reluctance with payments. MPESA Buy Goods Till Number 922954.

PAYMENT POLICY
In order to provide the highest possible standard of care for your pet and keep the practice doors open, we require the best drugs and materials available and a lot of expensive equipment. All funded by the fees you pay. We try to keep our fees reasonable but also realistic. To help keep administration costs to a minimum, we ask that payment is made at the time of treatment and we are pleased to accept most major credit cards, MPESA, cash, bank transfers, current company cheques.

Looking forward to a prosperous 2017!
Thanks for your continuous support.


Saturday, 3 December 2016

We are in possession of a "lost and found" South African Boerboel pup. If you know someone it might belong to please share. "Owner" must have sufficient proof to guarantee custody. cc  Kspca Kenya East Africa Kennel Club.

Thursday, 1 December 2016

Pets do not make good presents.

Christmas is at the door step. Pets do not make good presents.
  • Please remember it is a commitment to care for a dog, cat or even hamster for years. 
  • Consider the time and costs (food, vet,...) you must spend for your furry friend. 
  • There are a lot of puppies and kittens waiting in animal shelters. Go and visit KSPCA in Karen and read "15 reasons to consider a recue dog".
  • Do not buy from the street or breeders that are not willing to show you the parents and how they are kept. It is very likely you are buying a dog from a puppy miller.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Pictures of the KSPCA Shaggy Dog Show

We had a wonderful, fun Sunday at the Shaggy Dog Show educating pet lovers on rabies.

Our dogs, Dibba (Rotti) and Polly (Boarbel), together with our two Masai, scooped 1st runners up position in the "Fancy Dress"-Category.

Don't miss the next event first weekend of November 2017!

  

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