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Pet Elements Veterinary Services

Pet Elements Animal Hospital was founded in February 2011. We were determined to establish a fully equipped and all-round animal hospital to serve pet owners in the district, since the quality of the veterinary clinics in the same district were not quite up to standard. We hope to provide high-quality veterinary services in the district at a reasonable price to pet owners, so that they no longer need to travel a long way taking their pets to veterinary clinics in the city in order to obtain quality veterinary treatment.

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When you choose Pet Elements Veterinary Services as your veterinary partner, you can ensure that your pet will receive quality veterinary care from experienced veterinary staff.
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Frequently Asked Questions

You should take your dog or cat to the vet if it shows any of the following signs: Not eating, vomiting or diarrhea, breathing difficulties, drinking more water, sudden weight loss, lethargy Red or Cloudy Eyes, Aggressive Behavior, Skin or Coat Changes.
Heartworm disease can seriously affect dogs. The incidence of this disease in Hong Kong is quite high. There are two reasons, one is that many dogs have been already infected, and the other is that mosquitoes are infested throughout the year in Hong Kong, and mosquitoes are the vectors of heartworm transmission. There are two ways to prevent heartworm disease in dogs: medication or injections: if the dog has not started to prevent heartworm disease before the age of six months, a blood test is required before receiving any preventive measures to ensure that the dog is not infected with heartworm disease. The treatment for curing canine heartworm disease is not only expensive, but also quite risky. Prevention is better than cure. Preventive measures are not only more economical, but also healthier for dogs.
Puppies and kittens should be wormed every two weeks until twelve weeks of age, then monthly until six months of age. Once they have reached six months of age, it can transfer onto an ‘adult’ worming schedule. All adult dogs and cats need to be wormed every three months for effective protection.

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