We care personally & professionally
Victory Animal Hospital is a team of experienced and committed Veterinarians and Nurses who are dedicated to improving the quality of life and the health of patients.
It is our mission to provide the highest standard of care and treatment possible, with excellent and friendly service to all our clients and pets. We aim to achieve this by continually improving and educating our team of vets and nurses to the highest standards available, to allow us to provide the best professional advise, education and care to our patients and clients.
We care, both professionally and personally!
Regular examinations are an integral part of your pet health care. We recommend, regardless of whether doing a vaccination or not, that all pets undergo a complete examination at least once a year!
Vaccinations are an important part in keeping your dog safe and healthy, especially in Hong Kong where infectious diseases are common. Vaccination is very safe and side effects are extremely rare.
We love pets!
Each of our team members have lovely pet family members themselves which really allow our team to be more compassionate with you and your pet family members.
Meet the Victory team
Dr. Owen Swan
Dr Ryan Moralee
BSC BVSC (Hons) (Pret)
Dr. Louise Yu Pui Chi
BVSc (JCU) MRCVS
Dr. Roy Drew
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Welcome to the Victory Animal Hospital. We are specialists in medical pet care. Our philosophy is to take care of your best friends – they deserve best care!
Blk B, 1/F., Chung Yuen Mansion, No. 71B Waterloo Road,
Kowloon Hong Kong,
(Front Entrance No 2 Emma Avenue)
Tel : +852 2711 0332
Fax : +852 2711 3198
E-mail : email@example.com
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Any major brand of pet food is fine. Dry versus wet depends on what the owner and the pet prefer, You should feed puppy or kitten food for the first year and then switch to an adult food.
For a healthy pet, vaccinations should be started at 6 weeks of age and given every three weeks until the pet is 4 months old.
Poor pet dental hygiene can cause gum disease and that makes dogs and cats more prone to heart and kidney disease. A professional dental cleaning under anesthesia will remove plaque and tartar. Regular brushing will keep the tartar from coming back.