We are working in the Region of Gjakova-Rahovec, Vushtrria and South Mitrovica and sometimes we help citizens from Decan as well as Prizren to treat and sterilise their dog for free, if they cannot afford treatment! Towards the end of 2018 we will start with a new Veterinary Ambulance car to visit villages in Kosovo and motivate dog owners to spay/neuter and treat their dogs. The equipment of the car allows us to do surgery in front of your house - so you have no transports. The program will be published on website and on Facebook as soon as it starts.
We focus primarly on dogs - because many citizens are afraid of street dogs and therefore free roaming private dogs must be sterilised. Puppies or old and sick dogs should no longer dumped at the expense of the general public!
REPORT A SICK DOG OR CAT DURING OUR OPENING HOURS:
Monday to Friday from 8.00 - 16.30 o'clock,
Saturday from 10.00 to 16.00 o'clock.
We cannot work 7 days 24 hours throughout the year. But if you have an emergency like a sick or injured animal whose life you believe is in danger unless it receives immediate help, then call our Veterinarian on +38345215031- He will let you know what to do. STAY ALWAYS NEXT TO THE ANIMAL UNTIL WE COME!
If the animal is not in immediate danger please wait for the next working day and in the meantime secure the animal in your court, give him water and food.
Ready to go!
And this is our car for the region between Gjakova and Rahovec, to catch stray animals and bring them to our clinics for treatment.
Treatment of village dogs
Anesthesia is always associated with some risk. Up to now we rarely loose dogs under anesthetics. But it can happen, they can be allergic or have another problem with the medicine. Before we start with surgery you have to sign a paper, that you know the risks and even though would like your dog treated and sterilised.
DHPPL vaccination is specially risky for puppies that can carry a virus in itself. So the vaccination activates the virus sooner and the puppy can die. You must sign an agreement, that you know about this risk and still want your puppy vaccinated.