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During routine consultations we take a full history, carry out a full physical examination, and advise you on treatment and further diagnostic options.

Please always call the front desk to arrange an appointment.


Refers to measures taken to prevent diseases rather than curing them or treating their symptoms.


We offer routine vaccination schemes as well as optional. Vaccination is the most effective method of preventing infectious diseases. At approximately 6 weeks of age, puppies and kittens need to receive their first vaccination. Two more vaccinations follow a few weeks later and annual vaccinations (boosters) are recommended to keep your pet healthy.

Routine vaccinations for dogs:

  • Distemper virus
  • Canine Hepatitis
  • Parvovirus
  • Leptospirosis
  • Parainfluenza

Routine vaccinations for cats:

  • Calicivirus
  • Herpes virus (Rhinotracheitis or Cat Flu)
  • Panleukopenia virus (Feline Enteritis)
  • Leukemia virus
  • Chlamydia


  • Rabies vaccine. Since Cyprus is a rabies free country rabies vaccinations are carried out on animals that are planning to travel overseas
  • Kennel cough vaccine
  • Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (Pet Rabbits)


  • Ultrasound descaling of tartar
  • Teeth polishing
  • Extractions




Parasites are organisms which live on or inside another organism to the detriment of the host. Unfortunately some of these parasites can also effect humans so preventative parasite control is important for the health of pet as well as the health of your family. We urge you only to use treatments which we know to have been proven to be effective and safe .We will discuss your animals worming requirements at vaccinations and advise you on the most effective and appropriate treatment with one of our veterinary nurses.

External parasites such as fleas, ticks, lice and mites aren’t just an annoyance. They can also cause serious skin problems, anemia and can also spread life threatening diseases.

Internal parasites (worms and protozoa) inhabit the host’s body tissue. Young dogs and cats are routinely infected with internal parasites sometimes without any apparent evidence of the infestation until it is too late.


Contact us & Location

Our center is easily accessed from all main highways.
It is located on the main road, next to the Paphos General Hospital roundAbout (fountain).
Telephone: 26811111
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Address: Leoforos Tassou Papadopoulou 138,
8025 Paphos, Cyprus
Fax: 26817070
Monday to Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm and 4:00pm -19:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00 am until 1:00 pm
Please call the front desk for an appointment.