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Good Dog Vet In Pattaya?

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I paid 6k for a Persian several years ago in BKK. Have just bought a couple of Korat cats for 6k each, after being 20k up from some sources! Suspect 8k is not far off the mark for a Persian with a reasonable pedigree.

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nuern plub warn animal hospital

21/99-100 m 5

soi sukhumvit pattaya 53

nongprue banglamung

chonburi 20150

tel.

038 406 384 - 5

fax 038 406 385

mobile 081 437 962

this one is open 24 hours a day,

went there with my dear dog,

she had an accident...

....unfortunately she

didn't come back

home, but doctors

did all the best :o:D :D :D :D :(

R.I.P noodee.

so sad today.

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For the pet shop - there's one on the ground floor of The Avenue, 2nd Road. Seem to recall a previous poster saying he and his g/f were quoted different prices for the same cat in there, so maybe get a Thai friend to check prices.

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I also endorse Dr. Padet at Nern Plum Wan animal hospital. Very fluent in English and big shop, clean and many assistants but I only deal with Dr. Padet.

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Any news about a pet shop in Pattaya? Anybody...

Theres about 6 all scattered along 3rd rd. One is called Dog Enjoy and its near soi sophon cable (200m before soi sophon cable on the right going towards pattaya klang).

Another one is opposite Buffalo Bar (i've seen loads of dogs in there actually :o ).

:D

i have a poddle and every month i bring him to dog enjoy for cut hear, very nice, 150baths. All the time, a new present for dog and friendship team.

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about clinic, i know doctor lucky (pattaya nua), not expensive, speak english and very nice with animals (the vet love so much animals)

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We were quite impressed with Dr. Net. In Pattaya.

He has moved. New location: Still on Siam Country Club Road, but further down - just before the Lotus Express

on the same side of the road.

The number we have for him is 038 413 689.

He speaks excellent English and his shop is quite clean and cool.

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Does anyone know of a Vet in Pattaya who understands about Dobermans? Also is there a Vet in the Pratumnak area or is the closest one to me in South Pattaya and Jomtien?

Thanks

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Jomtien/Soi Chaiyaphruek Pet Hospital is a real local business located at 143/175-177 Moo12

Contact: Jomtien/Soi Chaiyaphruek Pet Hospital with telephone number 038233045

She speaks quiet good english. She was at the Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Operations all ok.

You won't find an european vet in thailand. They don't get workingpermit.

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Pattaya Animal Hospital on Pattaya Tai (2nd vet down on the right hand side), may not be up to European standards but the vet is very very good. He understands very well the problems animals have and how to treat them. His English is very good and I also find that my dogs were always calm when visiting him in his surgery.

Keeping my fingers crossed for tomorrow as my dog has to go in and have a cruciate ligament replacement.

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A Bangkok dog breeder told me the Thonglor Animal Hospital has opened a branch in Pattaya. Does anyone have info about this? Location? Phone #?

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According to an advertisement near the Sukhumvit/Pattaya Tai junction the Thonglor Animal Hospital was due to open on 1 April, located "near Big C Pattaya Tai", telephone: 08 2 782 9085.

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A quick Google search brings up their web site and this map, as LeCharivari mentions, just north of the pattaya thai intersection heading north on Sukhumvit.

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after a goole search

this came up as the freshest thread

for pattaya vets

you can see the problem here

http://www.thaivisa....dog-needs-help/

or i can try and be brief:

i applied cadex one drop in each eye for four days

but after a couple of weeks

dogs eye probems came back

i think the administration of cadex was not complete though there could be other issues

i need some input from those with experience in these matters

also maybe some good vets in pattaya

before i read the entire thread

any updates or news for late 2012 on this?

thanks

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