Pet Space Veterinary Care

Our Services

Senior Pet Care

Aging is the most natural process of life, and just like humans, senior pets are more prone to certain body conditions. It is important to set up regular health checkups to detect early signs of health issues, and we are here to guide you towards the best treatments and care for your cherished pet.

Dental Care

Bad breath, excessive salivation, and gum inflammation are prevalent among animals, and can lead to other health issues if not properly treated. We recommend a regular dental checkup every 6-12 to keep your pet's mouth clean and healthy. Our dental services include scaling, extraction, and other aspects of oral care.

24-hour Pet Emergency

The Ark Veterinary Hospital offers full 24/7 veterinary emergency service in the Western district of Hong Kong. Our experienced vets are on duty round the clock to provide any medical support for you and your pet. Stay calm and dial our 24-hour hotline: 2549 2330.

Veterinary Surgery

Our clinics offer a full array of surgical procedures, such as bone & joint surgeries, cruciate ligament repairs, soft tissue surgeries, tumor removal, neutering and spaying, C-section delivery, and many other routine operations

Chinese Therapy for Pet

Yang Sheng Tang of Hong Kong Veterinary Centre offers Traditional Chinese medicine as an alternative medical treatment for your pets. TCM focuses on healing the root cause of health issues and restoring the body's natural balance from within, encompassing a range of modalities from herbal medicine, acupuncture, Tui-Na massage, herbal bath, and nutritional diets.

Pet Vaccination

Pet vaccinations can help you avoid costly treatment for preventable animal illnesses, so it is crucial that your pets' vaccinations are up-to-date. Our recommended schedule: 1st dose: 6-8 weeks; 2nd dose: 10-12 weeks; 3rd dose: 14-16 weeks; followed by booster shots every 12-36 months.

Microchipping

All dogs aged 5 months or above are required to be microchipped and vaccinated against rabies in Hong Kong. Think of it as an ID card - it provides an unique, unalterable, and permanent form of identification for pets. Don't worry, the chip itself is no bigger than a grain of rice and the painless procedure only takes a few seconds to complete.

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic imaging is essential in helping vets understand animals' conditions and provide the right treatment. Our clinics offer a variety of veterinary imaging and diagnostic services, such as radiography (x-rays and dental x-rays), cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, and more.

Hospitalisation

The Ark Veterinary Hospital is fully equipped with individual wards for dogs and cats, and an isolation ward for animals suffering from infectious diseases. We are committed to ensure hospitalised pets are taken care of with great attention and compassion, and our 24-hour veterinarian is always here to provide medical support for you and your pet at any hour.

Health Check

Dogs and cats age quicker than us (1 human year = approximately 7 dog/cat years), and many diseases may start to occur as they get older. Keeping a regular check on their health and wellbeing can often flag up issues and conditions. We recommend an annual physical examination for pets aged 7 or above, as a preventive healthcare measure.

Pet Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese medicine is based on the ancient philosophy that illness is caused by an imbalance of vital energies inside the body. Acupuncture is one aspect of TCM that focuses on restoring this balance by stimulating points along the pathways in which energies flow. Our licensed acupuncturists at Yang Sheng Tang in Wan Chai strives to help alleviate pain and improve health conditions in pets.

Pet Tui-Na Massage

The term Tui-Na literally translates to 'pinch and pull', referring to the therapeutic massage and bodywork that originated from ancient China. It is effective in enhancing blood circulation and alleviating muscle and joint pains. Like acupuncture, we use Tui-Na to harmonise energies within the body to treat arthritis and skeletal diseases in pets.

Herbal Bath

Chinese herbal bath therapy is a traditional treatment where patients bath in a tub of warm water filled with decoction or extracts of Chinese herbs. These herbs will enter the body through pores and heal from within. It also helps relieve skin issues in pets, like mild eczema, itching, inflammation, and redness.

Allergy Test

Allergies are common in pets, and by testing, we can identify the allergens causing reactions like diarrhea, vomiting, itching, swelling of skin, or hair loss. Blood tests are particularly useful in determining food, dust mite, and fabric allergies. It is less invasive than skin prick tests, but sometimes both tests are necessary to confirm a diagnosis.

ECG Screening

The heart is a body's lifeline as it pumps blood through vessels, carrying oxygen throughout the body. To assess the heart's condition, we trace an electrical impulse generated at the pacemaker using an ECG recording. And by analysing these impulses, abnormalities within the heart can be identified.

House Call Vet

We get it - vet visits are stressful for some animals, which is why we offer house call services. Our team of medical professionals will bring affordable in-home veterinary services to you at your convenience. If you are looking for veterinary care at home, please give us a call.

Pet Grooming

Our professionally trained groomers at The Aim Animal Clinic and Causeway Bay Animal Hospital deliver a full range of grooming services, from deep cleaning and gentle drying, to nail clipping, ear cleaning, and hair trimming. Pamper your beloved four-legged companion with a relaxing treatment today!