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Are you looking for a high quality pet clinic with exceptional veterinarians for your pet? At Pet Connection Veterinary Clinic we offer first rate veterinary care to your best friends.
Contact us to learn more. We offer many types of care for all of your pets.


  • To provide the initial protection for a full year. Variety of vaccination and boosters are held by our qualified veterinarians, depends on customers requirements, patients needs and UAE law regulations.
  • All pets should be kept in following the period of initial vaccinations.
  • Regular booster vaccinations are essential to maintain immunity.

          Dogs –  Rabies, Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvovirus, Laringotracheitis, and  Kennel cough (Parainfluenza and Bordetella)

          Cats – Rabies, Panleucopenia, Calicivirus, Herpesvirus, Leukemia vaccination, and Ringworm  vaccination .

Bird and Exotic animal services

  • Our clinic provides a variety of services for birds and exotic animals: diagnostic check up, treatment, hospitalization, surgery, including bone (orthopedic) surgery. Besides medical services we provide nutritional, behavioral and management advice, which is very important in exotic animals and birds, husbandry.

  • Dr.Walter Tarello is our Avian and Exotic animal specialist. He’s been working with birds and wild/exotic animals for 30 years.  His first patient was a buzzard with diarrhea brought by forest rangers. She survives to tell the story. Dr.Walter attended the ESAVS courses on Exotic Animal Medicine in Brno (Czech Republic) and was very proud to see his thesis on deer published by a private editor becoming a text of reference in animal ethology.

Oral and Dental Care

  • Your pet’s dental health is an important part of his overall health. Dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats in the world. Dental health problems can lead to more serious conditions such as infections and heart or kidney disease. Many pets with untreated dental disease suffer from chronic pain and premature aging (often acting older than they should). Some symptoms which can indicate serious dental problems include bad breath, plaque build-up, gum irritation and redness, loose teeth, tooth discoloration and swelling in the jaw area. We recommend regular oral examinations and dental cleanings, under general anesthesia, for all adult dogs and cats.

  • We recommend these procedures at least annually starting at age one. In addition to regular exams and cleanings, there are some things you can and should do to help promote good dental health in your pet. Feeding you pet a hard, kibble-type pet food, providing appropriate chew toys and brushing his teeth are just a few ways to keep your pet’s teeth healthy in between professional cleanings.

  • Dental disease can be easily prevented by visiting your veterinarian regularly for dental examinations and cleanings.


  • Skin problems are among the primary reasons to bring a pet into the veterinarian. A veterinary dermatologist’s concentration is upon the diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to the ears, skin, mouth, hair, and nails, in addition to allergic disorders in pets. While a general veterinarian can identify and treat a variety of common skin conditions, certain diseases and injuries require the care of a doctor who has had specialized training in dermatology in order to ensure your pet receives the optimal level of care.
  • No matter breed-type or size, any dog or cat can be susceptible to the risk dermatologic problems and may require the help of a specialist. These include skin problems associated with allergies, skin cancers, parasite infections, infectious diseases, systemic diseases, hormonal diseases, nail diseases and ear infections.

On Site Pharmacy

Having convenient and immediate access to the many preventive and therapeutic medicines at our clinic ensures pets can start recommended medications right away. If you need to refill medication, our staff will authorize your refill and prepare it for you to pick up, often eliminating the need to call or pick-up from a pharmacy. The convenience of seeing your pet’s doctor and being able to pick up your pet’s prescription medication on a single visit reduces the time and cost you may incur both on the original visit and any future medication refill visits.

On Site Laboratory

The need of quickly testing blood, urine and body tissue samples to direct and confirm the diagnosis prompt us to equip our lab with the latest technology, including vet station lab (VSL), Leica digital microscopy, Idexx Lasercyte complete blood count and biochemistry machines, urine automated analyzer and a wide range of one-step tests for Chlamydia, Distemper, Parvovirus, FIV/FLV, Corona Virus, Giardia test, Ehrlichia, Toxoplasma. One-Step tests are express tests, means the result will be ready in 10-15 minutes.


Having convenient and immediate access to the many preventive and therapeutic medicines at our clinic ensures pets can start recommended medications right away. If you need to refill medication, our staff will authorize your refill and prepare it for you to pick up, often eliminating the need to call or pick-up from a pharmacy. The convenience of seeing your pet’s doctor and being able to pick up your pet’s prescription medication on a single visit reduces the time and cost you may incur both on the original visit and any future medication refill visits.


One of the most common and valuable medical diagnostic tools is radiography or X-rays. X-rays are highly useful for screening areas of the body that have contrasting tissue densities or when evaluating solid tissues. Our clinic is equipped to perform routine radiology services to identify many types of illness or injury when pets are sick or suffer a trauma.

X-rays can be used to detect a variety of ailments including arthritis, different forms of cancers, lung diseases including pneumonia, bladder and kidney stones, as well as evaluate bone damage, organ integrity and identify foreign objects that may have been ingested.

Dental radiographs will help to distinguish between healthy teeth and any of which need to be extracted, and identify any abnormalities beneath the gums including root damage, tumors and abscesses.

In our clinic our veterinarians can investigate, if your dog or puppy has a Hip Dyslasia. Hip dysplasia is one of the most common skeletal diseases seen in dogs. X-rays are crucial for visualizing the signs of named condition. The procedure required general anesthesia.

Our skilled veterinarians will take x-rays as a part of a diagnostic procedure if your pet is experiencing any health conditions or as preventive measure in a routine senior wellness.

Orthopedic & Laparoscopy surgeries

Orthopedic surgeries : surgeries involving musculoskeletal system, requested to treat musculoskeletal trauma, spine disease, degenerative disease, bones fractures, placing implants and intramedulary rods.

Laparoscopy surgeries : called minimal invasion surgeries, or keyhole surgeries. The laparoscopy surgeries are a new method, in which surgeon is doing a small incision in the most comfortable and suitable place, and after, with the help of Laparoscop (a long fiber optic device)  reaching the affected area. The benefits of this method are great: hemorrhaging and pain are reduced due to the small incision, and recovery is faster.

Spays and Neuters

Spaying or neutering your pet can help him live a longer, healthier life, minimizes behavior problems and helps control the population of unwanted pets. Spaying or neutering your pet eliminates unwanted litters, which contributes to thousands of euthanasia procedures and millions of stray animals.
  • Spaying : Spaying is a surgical procedure in which both ovaries and uterus are completely removed from your female pet. Also called an “ovariohysterectomy”, the surgery is performed while your pet is under general anesthesia. There are many benefits associated with spaying your pet including decreased incidence of aggressive behavior, reduced risk of breast cancer, uterine infection and ovarian/uterine cancers. It can also help alleviate the burden of pet overpopulation. Additionally, research has shown that pets that have been spayed live longer than pets that have not been spayed.

  • NeuteringNeutering involves the removal of both testicles from your male pet. Also referred to as “castration”, it’s a minor surgical procedure that’s done while your pet is under general anesthesia. There are many benefits associated with neutering your pet including decreased incidence of aggressive behavior, reduced risk of certain infectious diseases, testicular and prostate gland cancers and infections and enlargement of the prostate gland:

Pet euthanasia

The decision to euthanize a beloved pet is one of the hardest choices faced by a pet owner. Our team is here to assist you when a comfortable lifestyle for your pet is unlikely and euthanasia becomes the most compassionate alternative to relieve your pet’s pain and discomfort.

The procedure maintaining only under general anesthesia, when pet is in the adequate anesthetic depth to be totally unconscious. An intravenous injection of a specially formulated barbiturate anesthetic given at a high concentration or what is considered to be an overdose.

The doctor will ensure that the breathing and pulses have halted, and confirm the time of the death.

Pet loss can be very challenging, and there are pet loss support groups available throughout the country. If you have specific questions or concerns about euthanasia or you would like more information regarding the diagnosis or treatment of your pet’s disease, please contact our veterinarians.


Sometimes your pet’s health condition requires special care or admitting medication at in-house condition might become “mission impossible”.  Our clinic is equipped with hospital section, where we can admit pets on in-patient base. Our in-hospital staff will provide 24/7 excellent care in each case. You will be able to visit your little friend any time during working hours of the clinic and to get updates about his/her condition, undergoing treatment and dynamic.

If your beloved pet has been diagnosed with virus or contaminated infection we can offer to hospitalize him/her in the isolation section to admit prescribed therapy, with no risk for further spreading of the infection and transmitting it to the other patients.


A lot of pets become lost every day, and Microchip Identification is the one reliable way to reunite these lost pets with their owners. The procedure is safe, easy, inexpensive, and practically painless.

The microchip itself is about the size of a grain of rice. It contains a tiny metallic “bar code” surrounded by an inert membrane which makes it non-reactive when it is placed under the skin. The microchip is injected under the skin between the shoulder blades with a hypodermic-type syringe. Although the needle itself is larger than those used for vaccinations, the chip itself has no sting, so most pets don’t seem to notice any more than any other injection. Once the chip is in place, it should be there for the life of the pet.

If the pet becomes lost, all animal care facilities (shelters, veterinary hospitals, centres, etc) will scan the pet for a microchip, using a special microchip reader that is simply waved over the skin. These scanners are very reliable and easy to use. Once a microchip is found, a special hotline is called, and the lost pet is reported. The pet owner is then called immediately and given the contact information about where to pick up their pet. In most cases the pet owner is on the way to pick up their pet within 5 minutes of the pet being scanned.

Regardless of the type of chip, every pet should have microchip ID. Some owners feel that their pet doesn’t need identification because it is always in the house, but in our experience these are the most likely pets to become lost when they get outside by accident. Industry figures claim that 8,000 pets every day are located and returned home because they have a microchip; your pet should be protected!

Vaccination and De-worming reminder

After becoming a client in our clinic, your pet will be registered in our data base with all the information as general information (owner information, name, d.o.b, etc) microchip number and vaccination dates. In our system we are able to eliminate vaccination and de-worming due dates. 3 days before the date of the vaccination, our reception will send the reminding letter with due dates and name of the vaccine or de-worming. In a case if e-mail letter was not delivered you can expect a notification call on the registered mobile number within two working days.

Pre-ordering food

Veterinarian can give your pet a nutrition advice or prescribe any veterinarian diet. Sometimes it can be challenging to find necessary food, because the variety is so big, that none of the store can keep everything on stoke. In our clinic you can place an order for delivering necessary food, and it will be delivered on the willing date. After the delivery you can pick it up in any convenient time for you. We are ordering nutrition for our customers on monthly bases as well, means you will always have plenty stockpile and lack of stress!

Anesthetic Safety

If surgery is suggested, you can feel comfortable knowing that our clinic only administers anesthesia in the utmost safe and cautious manner.

All patients receiving general anesthesia must have pre-surgical blood work which provides a vital check on the health of a patient and determines whether they are an appropriate candidate for surgery. Testing allows us to diagnose and treat previously undetected medical problems and also can assist us in determining the appropriate anesthetic protocols. Depending on the urgency of the condition, abnormalities are addressed, drug selections are modified and in some cases surgeries may be delayed or even cancelled until the veterinarian is confident that the procedure is safe to administer.

Your pet’s safety is always our primary concern whenever anesthesia is involved. Our veterinarians tailor the anesthetic procedure to fit the needs of each patient. Your pet’s vital signs are monitored during general anesthesia and continuously throughout the surgical process including blood pressure, oxygen level in the blood, heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature.

All the necessary post-surgical steps will be admitted to the patients: IV fluid therapy, heat pad, close monitoring, collar or bondage upon the patient needs.

Our veterinarian surgeon will choose the best post surgical analgesia protocol, for your pet not to feel any pain after the procedure, and our experienced nurses will monitor the condition and take care about well being of the patient in intensive therapy section.