Veterinary Medicine Tyrol
Veterinarian for dogs, cats and horses
Our team is specialized in the medical care of dogs, cats and horses. We are constantly educating ourselves in order to provide you and your pet with the best possible care. An individual treatment for each animal and a good cooperation with the pet owner are especially close to our hearts.
In order to take enough time for your request, we ask you to make an appointment.
With an appointment we guarantee a short waiting time.
Together we will take care of your favorite's health!
Specialization in internal medicine & surgery
General and internal medicine
We will examine your pet from head to paw, observe movement and behavior, and perform a complete clinical exam.
Diagnostics and medical technology
In order to obtain all the information about organ function and the musculoskeletal system, blood analyses, ultrasound or X-ray examinations are sometimes necessary.
Soft Tissue & Bone Surgery
In addition to standard surgeries, we also perform soft tissue and bone surgeries. A fully equipped operating room with modern anesthesia monitoring ensure safety and effectiveness.
All dental treatments are performed on our pets under anesthesia. Our dental surgery with dental unit and inhalation anesthesia allows us to treat teeth safely and gently.
Our equine medical services include general and internal medicine, dental treatments, ultrasound examinations and pregnancy diagnostics.
The health of your pet is our specialty
We are always trying to make the vet visit as pleasant and stress-free as possible for you and your pet. We educate ourselves not only professionally in veterinary medicine but also in the field of behavior and handling the animal.
We are accredited as a Cat Friendly Clinic
Due to their unique nature and needs, a visit to the veterinarian is stressful for many cats. As an accredited cat-friendly practice, we offer spaces and equipment specifically adapted to cats. Our entire team is trained in stress-free handling of your velvet paw.
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FAQ's - Frequently asked questions
Dogs and cats should receive their first vaccination at about 8 weeks of age. The basic immunization consists of 2-3 vaccinations at intervals of 1 month. Afterwards a booster vaccination is necessary 1 x per year.
> More info about vaccination
We recommend deworming at least 4 x / year. For pure domestic cats without outdoor access it is sufficient to deworm 1 x / year. Alternatively, you can have a fecal sample of your pet examined for worms and deworm only in case of an actual infestation.
> More info about parasites in dogs and cats.
All animals with outdoor access can fall ill with diseases transmitted by a tick bite. We recommend a tick protection for dogs and cats from April to October.
> More info about ticks in dogs and cats
We recommend castration for all animals that are not intended for breeding.
> More info about neutering
The animal should be fully grown, as soon as all teeth have changed your dog / cat is old enough for neutering. The change of teeth is completed with cats with approx. 6 months, with small dog breeds with approx. 8-10 months and with large dog breeds with approx. 10 - 14 months.
> More info about neutering
Modern anesthesia methods and continuous monitoring of vital parameters minimize the risks of anesthesia as much as possible. Each animal is checked together with you before the anesthesia and the anesthesia is discussed in detail.
> More info on anesthesia
First check if the animal is otherwise well:
- Does your animal eat normally?
- Has your pet been vomiting?
- Is your animal dull?
- Does your animal have a fever?
In case of good general condition and diarrhea can be treated with e.g. activated charcoal and diet. If there is no improvement after 1-2 days, a veterinary examination with fecal analysis is advisable.
In case of diarrhea and disturbed general condition (i.e. the animal does not eat, vomits, is dull or has fever) a veterinarian must be consulted as soon as possible.
During a health check, we examine your pet from head to paw. We check:
- General condition and weight
- Skin and coat
- Eyes, ears and nose
- Mouth and teeth
- Heart - and circulation
- Paws and claws
and in case of need or suspicion, we perform blood analysis, X-ray and/or ultrasound examinations and blood pressure measurement.
Use the possibility to book an appointment online. So we can take time for your request and save you and your pet unnecessary waiting time.
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Anesthesia in dogs and cats - risks and monitoring
Any anesthesia carries a certain risk and understandably, as a pet owner, you are concerned about the well-being of your four-legged friend. All info in the article.
Vaccination of dog and cat - dog diseases & cat diseases
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Dental health in dogs and cats - Healthy teeth, healthy pet
Healthy teeth are a decisive factor for the well-being of dogs and cats. Learn here how to recognize, prevent and treat dental problems.
Microchip for dogs and cats - Get your pet chipped!
With the help of the microchip, the animal can be clearly assigned to the owner. Have your pet chipped - so that you can always find your pet again.
Hedgehog found - What can I do, how can I help?
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