Pet Care Nepal

Pet Care Nepal Pet Care Nepal is a practice that specifically provides preventive care such as vaccinations, wellness exams, and routine surgeries to dogs and cats. As pet keepers ourselves, we know what a unique role your pet plays for you and your family.

Did you vaccinate your dog?if not write us and we will help you with quality vaccines with Low-Cost. Why we offer Low-Co...
15/06/2019

Did you vaccinate your dog?
if not write us and we will help you with quality vaccines with Low-Cost. Why we offer Low-Cost Vaccination? It is because we care about your pet and want to make sure, your pet is vaccinated against several diseases.

Call us on 9851068232 for appointment.

16/08/2018

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Does My Dog Have a Cold?If your dog is coughing, has a runny nose, or is slightly off-colour, you may be inclined to thi...
13/07/2018

Does My Dog Have a Cold?

If your dog is coughing, has a runny nose, or is slightly off-colour, you may be inclined to think they have a cold. However, the human cold is not contagious to dogs. So the short answer is no, your dog doesn’t have a cold.

There are other viruses that can affect the respiratory system which can lead to a runny nose and cough. A common viral cause (usually has a bacterial component as well) is canine cough. This is sometimes known as ‘kennel cough’ although this can be misleading because dogs can certainly catch canine cough outside of a kennel environment as it is very contagious.

Canine cough usually causes a cough that sounds like your dog has something stuck in their throat. In fact this is a common presentation ‘dog has something stuck in throat’ – that turns out to be canine cough. It is a dry, retching cough that can be followed by gagging.

Other common causes of a cough in older dogs include canine bronchial disease and cardiac disease. Less commonly a cough can be due to heartworm, pneumonia or neoplasia (cancer). Other common causes for a runny nose include allergic rhinitis, dental disease, nasal foreign bodies and neoplasia (however, the latter usually causes a unilateral and more profuse nasal discharge). If you are concerned about sneezing, some common causes include allergic rhinitis, dental disease and nasal foreign bodies.

If you are concerned about your dog’s coughing you should consult with your veterinarian immediately to determine the cause and a suitable course of treatment.

Brush your dog. The frequency of brushing will vary widely, depending on what type of dog you have and how much it sheds...
26/06/2018

Brush your dog.
The frequency of brushing will vary widely, depending on what type of dog you have and how much it sheds. Brushing your dog regularly will help to reduce shedding and it gives you a chance to assess the state of your dog's body. Your aim is to keep the coat in good condition and knot free. For this you may need a combination of comb and brush, to prevent knots and groom out tangles.
If your dog sheds a lot, pet stores sell shed-control shampoo. Bathe shedding dogs once a week until shedding reduces.

Consider desexing your dog. This reduces the risk of certain health disorders, such as mammary cancer (if neutering perf...
25/06/2018

Consider desexing your dog.
This reduces the risk of certain health disorders, such as mammary cancer (if neutering performed before the second season) and pyometra (pus in the womb) in females, and aggression and prostatic disease in the male. It is also the responsible thing to do, as it reduces the problem of accidental breeding and pet overpopulation.
Be aware that desexed dogs are actually at higher risk for some health problems. For example, your desexed dog may be at more risk for certain types of cancers and thyroid problems, as well as cardiac problems. Consider this carefully.

Use regular parasite preventative treatments. It important to treat regularly with basic worming against roundworms. Exa...
24/06/2018

Use regular parasite preventative treatments.
It important to treat regularly with basic worming against roundworms. Exactly how often depends on your pet's lifestyle. An indoor dog is at lower risk than a hunting dog of picking up worms, and this will influence your vet's advice about how often to deworm. A low risk dog may only need a round worming treatment two or three times a year, whereas a high risk dog may need monthly treatments.
Also consider other risks such as heartworm.
Also use flea preventative treatments and, if you live in a tick area, use a product that also kills ticks.

Consider fitting the dog with an ID chip. This is a small microchip that is injected under the skin over the shoulder bl...
23/06/2018

Consider fitting the dog with an ID chip.
This is a small microchip that is injected under the skin over the shoulder blades. Each chip has a unique number that is registered on a data base with your contact details. In the event of the pet being lost or stolen, the chip is a means of matching you with the dog and proving your ownership.

Make sure you have a good, reliable veterinarian. A good way to choose a vet is to see if he or she answers your questio...
22/06/2018

Make sure you have a good, reliable veterinarian.
A good way to choose a vet is to see if he or she answers your questions promptly and knowledgeably and to see how they interact with your pet. You will need to bring your dog for regular check-ups, so if your vet is too booked up you may want to look for a new one. Feel free to change veterinarians even after you take your dog to one.
Remember, you should also know of an emergency vet that's open 24 hours a day and on weekends.

Feed your dog on a regular schedule. It is recommended that you feed your dog twice a day.Figure out the proper amount y...
21/06/2018

Feed your dog on a regular schedule.
It is recommended that you feed your dog twice a day.
Figure out the proper amount you should be feeding your dog daily, which is usually on the dog food package, and divide that amount in two. Feed your dog the first half in the morning and the second half in the evening.
A stable routine of feeding can also help you with house training. Dogs usually have to go to the bathroom 20 - 30 minutes after eating.

How to Take Care of a DogBefore bringing a dog into your family it is important to know how to take care of it. You need...
18/06/2018

How to Take Care of a Dog
Before bringing a dog into your family it is important to know how to take care of it. You need to provide for its needs, both physical and emotional. This means providing nutritious food, clean drinking water, shelter, and the opportunity to live in a safe home. It also means ensuring that the dog is happy by providing ample play time, plenty of exercise, and stimulation for its mind. Caring for a dog is a big responsibility, and dog ownership is not something to enter into lightly, however this work will help you to successfully build a bond of love and trust with an important new member of your family.

15/06/2018
Pet Care Nepal

Is you dog vaccinated against rabies, distemper, corona and other diseases?
Is your dog healthy enough?
Is you dog eating and drinking well?
Are you looking for any emergency services?
Contact us for quality services.
9808645021

Exercise your dog daily. The length and strenuousness of the workout will depend on the dog. Small dogs might need two s...
15/06/2018

Exercise your dog daily.
The length and strenuousness of the workout will depend on the dog. Small dogs might need two short walks daily, while larger dogs might require two outings -- possibly a run and a long walk. Younger dogs are also more likely to want more exercise than older dogs. Energetic dogs also enjoy playing off-lead -- find a dog park in your area. Regular exercise is crucial to your dog's health. It strengthens their immune system and helps to naturally ward off sickness and disease.
Ask your vet before running with your dog -- young dogs (under 18 months) still have pliable bones and shouldn’t jog regularly. Other dogs might be at risk for hip problems and other issues running can exacerbate, depending on the breed.

Give your dog water. Food is not the only thing your dog needs to survive. Water is just as, if not more, important. Giv...
14/06/2018

Give your dog water.
Food is not the only thing your dog needs to survive. Water is just as, if not more, important. Give your dog open access to water at all times. This doesn't mean that you have to give it access to water when it is unfeasible, for instance when you are in the car, but if it is possible you should supply a bowl of clean drinking water.

Avoid giving your dog an excessive amount of treats or people food. This can lead to weight gain or health problems for ...
13/06/2018

Avoid giving your dog an excessive amount of treats or people food.
This can lead to weight gain or health problems for your pet. Stick to the rule of only giving your dog treats when you're training it. Remember, this can be hard to follow, especially if your pup is looking at you with puppy dog eyes. However, stick to your guns!
Don't feed your dog food that is bad for it. There are many foods that are not only bad for your dog but that can be hazardous to its health. Do not give your dog any chocolate, avocado, bread dough, raisins, grapes, onions, or xylitol, which is a non-caloric sweetener.

Did you vaccinate your dog?if not write us and we will help you with quality vaccines with Low-Cost. Why we offer Low-Co...
07/06/2018

Did you vaccinate your dog?
if not write us and we will help you with quality vaccines with Low-Cost. Why we offer Low-Cost Vaccination? It is because we care about your pet and want to make sure, your pet is vaccinated against several diseases.

Pet Owners, here are few tips for your dog.Follow us for more TIPS daily.
05/06/2018

Pet Owners, here are few tips for your dog.
Follow us for more TIPS daily.

Flea Habitats at HomeKnowing where fleas live, both in and around your home, can help you cut off an infestation at the ...
04/06/2018

Flea Habitats at Home
Knowing where fleas live, both in and around your home, can help you cut off an infestation at the source. See our step-by-step guide to making your house inhospitable to fleas. You won't be sorry!
Contact us for the Flea medicine. Our team will visit your pet in your convenient hours.

Never feed your dog certain human foods. There are many kinds of foods suitable for humans that should never be fed to y...
03/06/2018

Never feed your dog certain human foods. There are many kinds of foods suitable for humans that should never be fed to your dog, since they are toxic for dogs. These include:

Alcohol
Avocados
Grapes and raisins
Chocolate
Any food containing the sweetener Xylitol
Coffee and tea
Fruit pits or apple seeds
Garlic and onions
Walnuts and macadamia nuts
Dough made with yeast

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03/06/2018

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Pet Care Nepal
03/06/2018

Pet Care Nepal

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Kathmandu
44600

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

9808645021

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The Mission and Philosophy of "Pet Care Nepal" are to provide the greatest achievable care to our clients and their pets. With that as our fundamental goal, clients will want to return to our practice and will allow us to continue to care for their pets. Our standards of care should be that which we would expect and demand as our own pets. Our victims and their owners will receive the very best nature of care and assistance they deserve.

Pet Care Nepal is a practice that specifically provides preventive care such as vaccinations, wellness exams, and routine surgeries to dogs and cats. It is our responsibility to provide excellent veterinary care throughout the life of your pet!

As pet keepers ourselves, we know what a unique role your pet plays for you and your family. This is why we present the highest level of care, organizing thorough diagnostic examination into every wellness exam. The Pet Care Nepal team assumes that preventive care, early disclosure of diseases, and overall treatment are necessary for a healthy pet.

We hope that on our website you will find helpful information about our services and the clinic’s philosophy, as well as useful links. Feel free to call us at any time if you have any questions or concerns!

All the profit goes to Sneha's Care

The fee we collect from the services provided to your pet will be used to feed the shelter dog and help any animals in need. We believe and encourage pet owners not to buy a dog and adopt a homeless dog from the shelter or street. The idea of "Pet Care Nepal" is to help run Sneha's Care Animal Shelter. All the profit goes to Sneha's Care, Nepal.

We are also working to reduce pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay and neuter service.

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