Reception as a frontline of the clinic: we provide friendly and professional services for our honorable clients. Under scheduled arrangement, we would like to minimize clients and patients’ waiting time; meanwhile, the clinic is well furnished which allows us to offer a clean and comfortable waiting area for our clients.
A variety of pets’ nutritional, preventative and caring products are available at our reception area. Nurses will be more than happy to provide clients with explanations and suggestions with their professional knowledge. Shop sales ordering service is also available at our clinic.
Cats are not small dogs and thus “Cat Friendly” is sincerely considered at Ap Lei Chau Veterinary Clinic.
8 cat condos are provided in the practice cattery for inpatients facing the same direction in the ward to prevent inter-cat stresses from seeing other cats. Each compartment has two possible levels consisting of a cosy bedding, hiding place, separated feeding station and comfortable litter tray.
Cats and dogs are often found distracted, agitated and stressed when they are at the clinic especially with other species around. At ALCVC, we have a dedicated feline waiting area and examination room which allows us to separate cat and dog patients to minimize stress.
Cats and dogs are often found distracted, agitated and stressed when other species are present. Our clinic provides separated wards for dogs, cats and patients in isolation so as to reduce anxiety as well as preventing the wide spread of infectious diseases.
13 cages are provided in the practice kennel for inpatients with ranges of the size that are suitable for puppy Chihuahuas to 60kg Tibetan Mastiffs!
Cages in isolation are designed to face away from each other which minimizes cross infections. A strict protocol of PPE (personal protective equipment, such as masks, gowns, gloves, and shoe covers) and separated medical instruments will also be applied in isolation.
Our isolation ward not only protects other animals from acquiring contagious diseases, but it also helps protect our staff and owners from contacting possible zoonotic diseases (diseases that can be contagious to humans).
Our in-house laboratory provides a variety of diagnostic tests. Most of the blood test results come up within minutes to enable rapid pre-anaesthetic examination and constant monitoring of our clients’ pets. We also conduct urine and faecal analysis. Simple cytology such as tissue cells, ear and blood smears can be examined under a multi-purpose microscope with a display monitor.
Digital X-Ray ,Doppler Blood Pressure , GE Ultrasound ( Probes For Abdominal, Didicated Part & Cardiac )
This cutting-edge technology allows us to make better, more detailed x-rays in a shorter amount of time. This state-of-the-art technology not only makes us more efficient, but it is a much better diagnostic tool.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that enables the veterinarian to look into the body and obtain detailed information about different organ systems with amazing clarity.
Dental issues are common in both cats and dogs. The bacteria involved in infected gums (gingivitis) causes bad breath and, more importantly for the health of your pet, enters the bloodstream which leads to damage elsewhere, notably your pet’s kidneys and heart.
Our clinic offers a range of dental treatments from scaling and polishing to extractions. Our veterinarians and nurses are happy to discuss with clients about how to keep their pets’ mouths healthy.
We kept our surgery room perfectly clean at the time. Pre-operation room is also facilitated for all preparation works in order to minimize bacteria contact during surgery.
Patients in surgery will be highly monitored in terms of heart rate, respiration, temperature, SPO2, CO2, blood pressure as well as EKG.
We take many precautionary steps to ensure that our clients’ pets go though the safest and most painless procedure as possible.