Important Notice

Dear Valued Customers,


With effect from 21 June 2022, the Central Dog Hospital will be closed until further notice.


For enquiries and appointment, please click here or visit  Veterinary Emergency Centre at Kennedy Town directly or call at 2334 2334.


Address: Shop 4-6 G/F., Shun Fai Building, 19 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong


Thank you for your support. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.


9Lives Group




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One Of The Best Veterinary Services For Canines
    Your Dog Deserves The Best in Canine Specialist    Our canine-only hospital is committed to providing superior medical care in a comfortable, quiet, stress-free environment. Our vets focus on dogs only and work as a team to provide your dog with the highest level of care available in the Hong Kong Central area.    New Clients and Referrals Welcome!      We offer complete wellness care for the life of your dog, including vaccinations, spay & neuter, dental services, surgical services, cancer care, geriatric care, and 24 hours hospitalization, X-Ray, ultrasound, and more. We have several resources for you to learn about taking better care of your dog.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2503-2503 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.    
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Canine Health Services and Consultation
At Central Dog Hospital, we provide the following dog health services for dogs of all ages, breeds, and health conditions:   Allergy Testing: Dogs can develop allergies at any stage of life and they can cause a wide variety of symptoms; allergy testing can help us identify and properly treat the root cause of those allergies Anaesthesia: We use state of the art equipment and a dedicated nurse to monitor your dog while under anesthesia​ Boarding: We can make sure that your dog is well taken care of while you are away by providing high quality, affordable care and boarding Cancer Treatment: We can diagnose and help treat your dog's cancer, keeping you informed and educated every step of the way so that we can make the best treatment decisions for your dog together Cardiology: We offer echocardiograms to help determine the cause of your dog's heart issues, and our vets are kept up to date with the latest developments in cardiology so that we can treat your dog better Dental Care: Our knowledge and experience can help prevent and treat your dog's dental conditions, including periodontal disease Dermatology: Skin conditions can be frustrating to treat and manage. Our veterinarians can work with you to develop treatment plans for acute issues as well as chronic skin issues Deworming: Intestinal parasites are a danger to both your pet and family; let us ensure that your dog is protected from worms Diagnostic Imaging: Central Dog Hospital is fully equipped with digitial X-ray and state of the art ultrasound equipment which allows us to properly diagnose your dog; CT scan is also available in our partner hospital, VEC in Kennedy Town Emergency Care: We provide comprehensive emergency care, and our facilities are designed to address any veterinary emergency your dog may have; if your dog requires overnight hospitalisation or more intensive monitoring, we will transfer them to our 24/7 ER hospital at VEC in Kennedy Town Eye Care: Our doctors are trained to recognize canine specific eye diseases and choose treatments based upon efficacy and your dog's tolerance level  Flea & Tick: We carry a variety of flea and tick preventatives and our vets are happy to discuss which ones would be the best choices for your dog Heartworm Prevention: We carry heartworm prevention options and our vets are happy to discuss heartworm options for your dog Puppy Care: We help you learn to care for your puppy through education and nutritional awareness while providing the proper preventive medical treatments Laboratory: Our laboratory testing services mean faster and more accurate diagnostics and treatments for your dog Laser Therapy: Our cold laser therapy is used to treat dogs for post-operative pain, arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions Medications: When your dog requires medication, we will either sell it directly to you or provide you with a prescription to have it filled elsewhere Microchip ID: Microchips are the best way to ensure that your dog will be returned to you safely should they become lost Nutrition: We can address your dog's nutritional requirements for every stage of life and illness Pain Management: We are committed to effective and compassionate pain management for your dog, taking into account its age and condition Preventive Care: Our comprehensive preventive care program is the first step to ensuring that your dog has a long healthy life Semi-Annual Wellness Exams: A cornerstone of preventive care, semi-annual wellness exams help prolong life by allowing health issues to be identified and addressed early Senior Care: We understand the special needs of ageing dogs and we will partner with you to provide the optimal treatment plan to keep your senior dog healthy and happy for as long as possible Spay or Neuter: There are many health benefits to desexing your dog and our veterinarians will help you with this decision Surgery: We monitor our patients undergoing desex surgery closely and are committed to pain management for them Vaccinations: Our veterinarians will recommend an individualized and personalized vaccination protocol based on your dog's needs     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2503-2503 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.    
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Puppy Care
  Bringing home a new puppy is an extraordinary experience that will bring a lifetime of joy   The first year of a puppy's life is a crucial time for socialization and adapting to their new environment. Having a puppy requires commitment from the whole family to keep them healthy both physically and emotionally.   Remember that finding the right veterinarian to help you with your puppy is a vital part of the journey. Vaccinations, deworming, and establishing a good preventative wellness program are all best done early in life. Our veterinarians can help you navigate the puppy years successfully.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2503-2503 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.      
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Senior Dog Care
  We provide services tailored to every phase of your dog's life, including their senior years.   Twice yearly veterinary visits are recommended as your dog ages in order to keep our senior dogs happy and free of pain. These preventative visits will allow us to catch problems early, giving us a better chance to intervene.   If caught early enough, some illnesses may be managed with diet and lifestyle changes prior to medication. We will work closely with you to discuss your concerns and any subtle changes you may have noticed in your dog's behavior or attitude.    A typical wellness visit for senior dogs includes: Discussing habits and behaviors Weight and body condition Skin and coat quality Mouth, gums, and teeth Ears and eyes Thyroid gland Heart and circulatory system Lungs and nose Abdomen Joints and muscles     Additionally, wellness visits for senior dogs can also include vaccinations, parasite prevention, bloodwork, and treatment for any specific conditions that your senior dog may be developing.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2503-2503 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.                
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Dental Care for Canines
Poor dental hygiene can result in bad breath as well as various medical problems. Plaque builds up on canine teeth, just like it does in humans. Over time, this buildup of plaque can cause gum inflammation called gingivitis. Signs of gingivitis include red inflamed gums that bleed easily, as well as bad breath. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to periodontal disease.   Periodontal disease can cause destruction of the connective tissues around the tooth and can also lead to damage to the bone. Severe dental disease has also been shown to affect the dog's heart, kidneys, and liver. Establishing a cleaning regimen, including at home tooth brushing as well as periodic dental cleaning under anesthesia, is the best way to try to avoid these problems.   Common Signs of Dental Disease: Red, inflamed gums Bleeding gums Tooth loss Bad breath Difficulty eating   Please call 2503-2503 to schedule a dog dental care appointment. Our staff is here to help and comfort your canine friend.      
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Diagnostic Imaging For Canines
X-Ray  X-rays are instrumental medical imaging tools for veterinarians. They can reveal a substantial amount of information about your pet’s health. The three most common x-rays for pet examinations include:   Abdominal As the name suggests, abdominal x-rays allow the vet to assess the entire abdomen. These x-rays can show blockages in the intestines, bladder stones, tumors and even pregnancies.   ​Chest Chest X-rays are used to examine the heart and lungs. They can show us if the heart is enlarged or if there are changes in the lungs, such as pneumonia, cancer and fluid.    Orthopedic Orthopedic x-rays focus on the bones. They can reveal fractures, bone abnormalities, and orthopedic disorders including elbow or hip dysplasia.   Ultrasound Ultrasound can be used to diagnose a wide range of conditions. It is more sensitive than x-rays for changes within the tissues, including tumors, inflammatory bowel disease, some stones, free fluid, and signs of infections.      CT Scanning CT scans are similar to three-dimensional x-rays. CT is used to evaluate complex parts of the body, such as the head, chest, joints, and internal organs. ​CT scans are considered more sensitive than x-rays and ultrasound but do require anaesthesia or heavy sedation. 
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Day Care and Hospitalisation Services
Home Alone ? If you are worried about your dog being along at home with no one to take care of them, please contact us. Central Dog Hospital provides limited dog daycare service, as well as a temporary care services and rehabilitation services after surgery. Please call our team to discuss your dog's needs and see if we can accommodate you. We will ensure that your dog receives the highest quality professional care while you are at work.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2503-2503 or whatsapp us at 6828-6620 and we will promptly get back to you.  
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Dog Wellness Exam
It is very important to have a veterinarian examine your dog at least once a year.   ​Older dogs should be examined twice yearly.  A wellness exam is the perfect time to discuss your dog's daily habits, diet, and any problems you have noticed over the past year.   Important issues to discuss include:   The appropriate food and weight for your dog Behavioral issues Daily water consumption Stool production The amount of activity your dog gets daily Does your dog seem bright, alert, and active   DID YOU KNOW? Dog kidney disease is a condition we see quite often. If we can catch the kidney disease early, we can intervene earlier which may help us improve their quality of life and slow down the progression of the disease. 
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Rehabilitation and Acupuncture Service for Canines
Rehabilitation can be used to treat chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis, as well as acute injuries. It is an important adjunctive treatment both before and after surgery for many orthopedic diseases, such as cruciate ligament rupture, patella luxation, or spinal surgery. Your dog may benefit from laser therapy and/or acupuncture if they are not as active as they used to be, or are showing signs of pain and slowing down.   Rehabilitation Methods ​Acupuncture MLS Veterinary Laser Treatments Electrical Stimulation Therapeutic Exercise Therapy Massage   Acupuncture Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. Multiple studies have shown that acupuncture improves quality of life and pain levels in dogs with arthritis and orthopedic injuries. Acupuncture is performed using very small needles along the energy meridians of the body to unlock energy so that it can flow more freely, which decreases inflammation, improves healing, and decreases pain.   ​MLS Veterinary Laser Treatments Laser therapy for dogs can be used to treat a multitude of ailments, including: Ulcerations and open wounds Muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries Post-surgical and soft tissue trauma Back pain Neuromuscular disease Acute and chronic ear infections Gingivitis and post-op dental extractions Arthritis Degenerative Joint Disease   First, by reducing inflammation through the opening of blood vessels and by activating the lymphatic drainage system, thus draining swollen areas. As a result, swelling caused by bruising or inflammation is reduced, which alleviates pain.   Second, by stimulating nerve cells that block pain signals from being transmitted to the brain. Third, by stimulating the production of high levels of endorphins which are pain-killing compounds naturally produced by the dog.   The treatment length will vary, but most are approximately 3-8 minutes. Our veterinarians will tailor the length of the series based upon the condition and the response.
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(Mon - Sat: 09:00 - 19:00)


Location: Upper Ground Floor Of King Ho Bldg, Nos. 41-49 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
WhatsApp: 6828 6620
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