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Allergies in dogs and cats

Allergies in dogs and cats

Allergies occur when an animal’s immune system responds abnormally (literally over-reacts) to some everyday substance, called an allergen like pollen, mold, grass, animal hair, feathers, house dust or fleas and other insects. These...

Obesity in cats and dogs

Obesity in cats and dogs

Obesity is defined as the accumulation of excessive amounts of adipose tissue in the body, and is the most common nutritional disorder in companion animals. Numerous factors may result to obesity including genetics, the amount of...

The trouble with ticks

The trouble with ticks

Wherever you live in Cyprus, if you have cats or dogs, they could pick up ticks in rural areas, public parks, and even in your garden. Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that can pierce your pet’s skin with their mouths and cement...

Ringworm in cats

Ringworm in cats

Ringworm is a skin infection that has nothing to do with worms! It is actually caused by fungi that grow in the hair, superficial skin layers and nails, and its scientific name is dermatophytosis. It is a very common disease in cats...

Snake bites

Snake bites

Armed with curiosity and natural hunting instincts it is not uncommon for our favorite four legged friends to cross path with a snake. As snakes hibernate are inactive during cold weather, snake bites usually occur in the summer...

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Welcome to Onlyvets Vet Clinic

Our new clinic is situated in Peyeia, Pafos and started in March 2010.
The clinic is well equipped and can provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for your pet's complete health care needs.
We are committed to providing to you with the best medical care possible. Animal welfare is our first priority!
Thanks for visiting and we look forward to serving you.

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Opening Hours

Monday - Friday:    09:00-13:30 &
                                15:30-18:30
Saturday:                09:00-13:30

Emergency Care

You’re never wrong to call!

If you are concerned about your pet, you should never feel embarrassed about calling a veterinarian. Veterinarians are used to emergencies and they are prepared for them. Remember, you know your pet better than anyone else. If you notice your pet behaving in a way that’s unusual for them, you may have picked up on a subtle sign of a real problem. By asking a few questions over the phone, a veterinarian should be able to tell you whether you should bring your pet in right away, or whether you can wait for an examination during normal working hours. Even if you find out nothing’s wrong, you’ll be glad to have your mind at ease.

Please call our main telephone number 7000 07 14, until a veterinarian answers