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Q: Pets hospital in Guangzhou?

8 years 14 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Guangzhou

 
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I'm curious also. I heard Vet care was really bad.

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This is why I never had a pet in China.  I have heard way too many stories about fake pet medicine and faked vet licenses.

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I took care of dog for a friend when he's out of GZ, the dog got affected by parvovirus and was very serious. I took him down to a pet shop in Haizhu district. They told me honestly about the situation of the dog and let me decide whether to proceed the treatment or not. They tried very hard and whatever they did, they saved the dog. I was with the dog all the time, holding him and carrying him when he's taking the shoots and transfusion. It took 8 days in a row and 5 hours each day. The lady there took really good care of the dog. I think they're very trustworthy.

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I would check out Doctors Beck & Stone in Guangzhou. Haven't been there but they employ "western" doctors. 

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I have three cats and always take them to GuangJing Pet Hospital 光景宠物医院. They have four hospitals in total in different parts of Guangzhou:

 

1. 德政北路邮局旁, phone: 83354809

2. 江南大道中149号南侧, about 200 metres from 万国广场, phone: 84470610

3. 新港西路184号之二, accros the crossroad of 下渡路, phone: 34454938

4. 中山七路332号之四, about 150 metres from 陈家祠 Chen Clan Academy, phone: 81937989

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