VetVin - Veterinary Clinic Prague

offers complete veterinary care for small animals, including small mammals and reptiles, for which we also perform surgical and dental treatments.Of course, we offer a wide range of laboratory diagnostics on the premises of the clinic, the possibility of hospitalization and weekend operation so that we are as available as possible for our animal clients.

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Office hours

  • Mo - Fr: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • Sa - Su: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
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VETVIN - Veterinary Clinic Vinohrady

Veterinary Clinic Vinohrady started its operation on 1.4.2018, when it smoothly continued its operation to the defunct Veterinary Clinic Galeé. After the dissolution of the Galeé association, which MVDr. Procházková co-founded in 2010, MVDr. Procházková now became the sole owner of the VetVin Veterinary Clinic in Vinohrady. This clinic builds on the existing concept of superior care for small animals with a focus on feline medicine.


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Opening hours + holidays

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 20:00
Sat - Sun: 09:00 - 12:00
We are closed on public holidays.

Standby surcharge

From Monday to Friday there is a surcharge of CZK 500 for unbooked clients after 19:30.

Weekend surcharge

Saturday, Sunday is on-call for unbooked clients with an extra charge of CZK 800.

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What do I need to travel abroad with my dog or cat? Topic: cat, dog,

What do I need to travel abroad with my dog or cat?

To travel within the European Union, you must have a valid Europass issued by a vet For the passport to be valid, the animal must have a working microchip and a valid rabies vaccination Countries…

04. 05. 2024
Chocolate poisoning in dogs and cats Topic: cat, dog,

Chocolate poisoning in dogs and cats

Poisoning in pets is not that uncommon and there are more ways your pet can become intoxicated The toxic substance can enter the body through the respiratory tract, through the skin, but probably the…

04. 05. 2024
Kennel cough Topic: dog,

Kennel cough

Kennel cough is a common infectious inflammatory disease of the trachea in the dog In adult dogs the infection usually resolves itself within a few days to weeks, but in puppies or older dogs the…

04. 05. 2024

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Anna S

Client

Thanks to the Vetvin Veterinary Clinic we have always been sure that our cat will receive the best care. We are more than satisfied.

Jan M.

Client

We have visited Vetvin Veterinary Clinic several times with our dog and they have always pleasantly surprised us with their care and professionalism.

Markéta K.

Client

Vetvin is our first choice for veterinary care. Our dogs and cats are in good hands and we are always happy with them.

Jiří N.

Client

Vetvin Veterinary Clinic is our long-standing partner for the health care of our four-legged friends. They always care for them with love and care.

Why VetVin?

VetVin is your ideal choice because of our expertise, warm approach and the comprehensive care we provide for your pets. We are here for their health and your peace of mind.

Great accessibility

You're in first place. Our care is affordable and flexible to meet your needs.

Professional approach

Our professional approach is a guarantee of care that is reflected in the health and well-being of your pets.

Nice staff

Our professional approach is a guarantee of care that is reflected in the health and well-being of your pets.

Order of medicines, feeds

If you need to order medication or food for your animal friends, please contact us directly at our clinic. We will be happy to help you with your order and ensure that your pets get the best.

    What we offer

    VetVin is your partner in the health of your animal friends. We offer a wide range of services, including prevention, diagnostics and therapies.
    We specialize in areas such as cardiology, gastroenterology and more. We care for their well-being and health with love and expertise.

    Preventive care

    Vaccination, chipping, Europas, certificates before travel, deworming, pregnancy diagnosis, determination of the period of mating, modern types of contraception, management of childbirth, special profiles – geriatric patient, cardiological patient.

    Preventive care

    Diagnostics

    Fast tests – corona viruses, FeLV, FIV, giardia, Chlamydophilla, CPL, FPLI, borreliosis, ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, heartworm, NTProBNP, panleukopenia, LH, progesterone, parvovirus.

    Haematological examination, Biochemical examination, blood ions, urine examination, stool examination, cytological examination, blood pressure examination, ECG, X-ray with digitalisation – native and contrast, USG with Doppler, skin examination for dermatophytes.

    Diagnostics

    Therapies

    Respiratory diseases:

    • diagnosis and therapy of acute and chronic patients
    • diagnosis by bronchoalveolar lavage
    • asthma therapy using special inhalers
    • oxygen therapy
    • rhinoplasty and surgery after chest trauma
    Therapies

    Cardiology

    • diagnosis and therapy of cardiological diseases
    • prevention programmes in predisposed breeds
    • diagnostics by ECG, X-ray, USG, Doppler, blood pressure, NTProBNP
    Cardiology

    Gastroenterology

    • X-ray, ultrasound, nativities, contrasts
    • diagnosis and therapy of acute and chronic diseases of the digestive tract
    • oesophageal probes in anorexic animals
    • treatment of food allergy
    • diseases of the pancreas
    Gastroenterology

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    The most common ophthalmological problems of brachycephalic dog breeds

    Due to the anatomy of the skull, the size of the eyeball and the formation of the eyelid fissure, brachycephalic dog breeds can be expected to have a higher incidence of ophthalmological problems than other patients. Here we will review the most common of these.

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    Frequently asked questions

    Here are the answers to the most common questions

    • Is it necessary to vaccinate a cat that lives at home?

      From our point of view, yes. There are a large number of free-living cats in the territory of Prague and its surroundings, which are still actively transmitting infectious diseases such as panleukopenia, rhinotracheitis, caccivirus and many others. When vaccinating domestic animals, we are particularly interested in panleukopenia, which is highly infectious and still more than 85% fatal if treatment is initiated late. A household cat can also become infected indirectly through contaminated clothing or footwear. For this reason, we recommend vaccination with the core vaccine annually.

    • Up to 3 months of age it is good to deworm every 14 days, up to 6 months of age it is recommended to deworm every month. There are several reasons for such frequent deworming: some parasites can be transmitted in the mother’s uterus or through the mother’s milk and the pups are constantly exposed to parasites. Another reason is that by 6 months, the immune system of the gut is very weak and the organism cannot effectively defend itself against parasite infestation. The fact that most deworming products only work for 24-36 hours in the digestive tract and are only able to kill the adult stages of the parasite, while the eggs and larvae remain in the digestive tract and can continue to develop. Frequency of deworming is important to break the potential developmental cycle of the parasite and prevent re-infestation with adult parasites. It is also advisable to rotate the different deworming groups during this period to avoid resistance to a particular type of active ingredient and to ensure that deworming is effective.

      For deworming from 6 months of age, it depends on whether you feed only commercially processed food, or whether you also use BARF or RAW food, or whether your cat hunts.

      • For animals fed a RAW diet, BARF and active hunters, we recommend that they continue to be dewormed once a month.
      • When using a commercial diet for a dog we recommend deworming once every 3 months and for purely domestic cats fed a commercial diet it is good to deworm once every 6 months.

      When travelling abroad (especially when travelling to countries south of the Czech Republic), we recommend to protect against heartworm disease with a product with a depot effect for the entire duration of the trip.

    • According to the current Czech legislation, it is the dog owner’s duty:

      • have your dog microchipped
      • registered with the relevant municipality, where you will pay a fee for it once a year
      • vaccinated against rabies according to the current schedule of individual vaccine manufacturers

      Cat owners have no obligations under the current legislation if they are only in the Czech Republic.

    • We recommend protection against external parasites all year round, as fleas can catch your pet outside even in winter. Exceptionally, an indoor cat can also become infected, as flea eggs can be brought home on shoes, clothing, etc. The tick season then lasts from approximately February to November. Outdoor parasites can be carriers of other parasites or other more serious diseases such as Babesiosis, Anaplasmosis and therefore pet protection should not be taken lightly. There are several types of products that protect against blood-sucking parasites. These can be pipettes or repellent sprays. These products are usually effective for a month and if they have a repellent effect, the parasite should not even appear on the patient. It depends on the type of pipette – those that guarantee a repellent effect stick to the sebum layer of the skin and the downside is that if you have to bathe your pet with shampoo, you will reduce the effectiveness. You may also come into contact with the product irregularly. Anti-parasitic collars work on the same principle, they release the active ingredient into the skin and must not be taken off to work properly. The collars usually last a season of 7-8 months. With pipettes, care must always be taken to ensure that you do not, for example, give the cat a dog pipette, otherwise fatal intoxication can result. The last option is to give tablets. Tablets do not have a repellent effect, they are absorbed into the bloodstream and protect your pet so that if the parasite bites into the skin, the effect of the tablet will kill it from the bloodstream. Thus, bathing has no effect on the effect of the product, and also the human does not come into contact with the active substance. It depends on the type of product – for example, there are tablets with an effectiveness of 1-3 months.

    • Screening consists of:

      • comprehensive blood tests, i.e. hematology, biochemistry, thyroid function, measurement of blood Ca levels. In cats, in addition, a test for heart muscle disease is performed
      • urinalysis
      • sonographic examination of the abdominal cavity – if deviations from physiological values are detected, additional tests such as a pancreatic function profile or a hormone test for adrenal function may be suggested

      For dogs, it depends on the breed – for giant breeds we recommend screening from the age of 4, for large breeds from the age of 6, for medium and small breeds from the age of 8. For cats, screening is recommended from 8 years of age.

    • For acute patients, we are available throughout office hours, but will ask you to call ahead so we can prepare for you. For non-acute cases, but elective procedures and preventative care, we always recommend making an appointment in advance to keep your wait time to a minimum.

    VetVin Veterinary Clinic Vinohrady

    Need to contact us or find us quickly? Here is a map of our location and contact details.
    We’re here for you and your pets, just a phone call or visit and we’ll be happy to help!

    Address of the clinic:

    Jana Masaryka 457/1, 120 00, Praha 2-Vinohrady

    Phone:

    +420 222 543 779

    +420 725 917 117