Comments: Parineeta Tonseker
If you love your pet, PLEASE DO NOT SEND IT TO THIS PLACE. People over there are cruel, cold blooded humans. I've lost my two cats in this place. My cat lost his life due to cruelty of the staff.Ajay R
Knowledgeable and dedicated staff. I went for treatment of my cat who had fallen from 6th floor and suffered multiple fractures and organ dislocation. With the care of the doctors and staff, my cat was lucky to get back to life from the state where there was no hope. It is a serene and loveable environment for any pet lover.
Only thing is chances of your pet catching an infection is a bit high and unavoidable (considering the number of patients coming daily for treatment) even though they have a very good cleaning and disinfection procedures.Anonymous Artist
I lost my baby here. I saw him took his last breath. I could never forget that painful look on his face. The doctor didn't know what to do. They were least bother about treating him. I saw the doctor waved his hand and passed by the medical student who was trying to ask the doctor to look at the X-rays report. Few moments later, they realized they haven't stopped his bleeding, while he stopped breathing. They could never find his nerves. I curse them forever. The main doctor was waiting to declare him dead. I lost everything that day.Aayushi Singh
The best time to visit is from 10:00 to 13:00 hrs. That is when OPD doctors, who are the most knowledgeable, are present. Admit your pet only if you have no other option. You have to ensure that your pet is given the treatment and have to run around the premises, which is obvious since the staff is limited and there are a lot of patients to attend to.
Staff is compassionate and treats animals with utmost care. They also rescue and treat animals from around the locality which is a very noble thing to do.Ignatius Nayan D'Rozario
Over the last seven years I have had occasion to take countless stray animals to this hospital. It is best to present a balanced view.
- 24 hrs assistance is available. Especially the emergency wards
- Doctors are available who almost always work without the thought of fleecing you as in many (not all) private practices. Also little attempt is made to push dog or cat food.
- Handling staff had ALWAYS been competent
- With persistence, the ward boys try and accommodate your animal in a cage as far as possible.
- Very well organized
- It is a teaching hospital, so seniors with expertise are available. Often with expertise for the more rare creatures
- Cages are almost ALWAYS full. Cannot blame the place. It is just that it is almost the only one around.
- If you admit a stray and don't visit it almost everyday, expect a call saying that it has died. (Euthanizing is their way of clearing cages for the needy animals I guess. Also with a huge crush of animals infections between animals are quite possible).