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OUR TEAM

Kostas Antonopoulos
Veterinarian

RCVS member / MsC Veterinary Surgery - Orthopaedics

Kostas Antonopoulos was born in Athens in 1978. He grew up in Kalamata, the town he loves since he was little and that he wanted to return to after having finished his studies of multiple years.

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Lena Tsoupa
Veterinarian

Eleni Tsoupa was born 1979 in Thessaloniki. She grew up in Axioupoli, Kilkis. Already as a small girl she knew that her love for animals would define her later professional life. The only choice being the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki ...

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Katerina Kotsinonou
Veterinary Assistant

Katerina was born in Kalamata in 1996. She graduated from the vocational school of Kalamata in 2014 having specialized as '' Assistant Baby and Toddler Nurse in the Field of Health and Welfare ''. Because of her great love for animals she decided to become a team member in the Pet Animals Clinic of Kostas Antonopoulos and Eleni Tsoupa where she ...

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Our Shop

Happy Dog/Cat & Royal Canin

Clinycal Diets (foods for health problems)

Antibiotics

Hormones

Vaccines

Cat litter – Sanicat

Happy Dog is back!

We are proud to announce that one of the best quality dog-cat food in Europe is now available in our 2 clinics (Kalamata & Stoupa).

Happy dog is a German product of excellent quality and amazing flavours. You can find the PREMIUM line with lower prices and best value for money but also SUPER PREMIUM food, the new line GRAIN FREE for sensitive dogs and cats and the Veterinary Exclusive diets for different type of diseases. You may choose from a huge variety of flavours for your pet. You can order by e-mail or directly at our clinic.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.

VET ON TOUR

On 17/10/2018 the Veterinary Surgeon Dr.Kostas Antonopoulos (RCVS member) will be on his monthly tour towards West Messinia. Anything you need please send an e-mail to : kantonop@gmail.com or call the clinic at 27210 28674
Mobile: +30 6945410085

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FAQ

1. Which are the benefits of having my pet neutered?

By having your animal neutered you are minimizing the risk of the animal developing various types of cancer later on in its life. You are also eliminating the risk of a fatal infection of the uterus called “pyometra”. Neutering can also help control the behavior of an animal by avoiding limiting behaviors such as aggression or going astray while in search of a mating partner. Finally, by having your animal neutered you contribute to solving the major problem Greece has with a large stray population, fed with puppies from unwanted pregnancies. Puppies are being abandoned on the street or in shelters that have already surpassed their capacity.

2. What paying methods can I use?

In our clinic you can pay cash, with credit cards by almost every major bank (Visa and Master), as well as in installments, depending on the amount. You can also pay by bank remittance to our accounts with either the National Bank of Greece or Piraeus Bank. And you can also pay with paypal.

3. Which animals are you accepting for treatment in your clinic?

Dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, budgies and parrots, and upon appointment we also see horses and exotic animals (Inguana, etc.). We do not accept farm stock as we are exclusively treating companion animals

4. I am working – what time can I bring in my animal for surgery?

After 9 a.m. you can drop off your animal at our clinic. Surgeries usually take place during the morning hours, however, there is the possibility of your pet staying in our after-care crates until 2 p.m. if you would like to do some business or your shopping while in Kalamata and then pick up your pet before we close at 2. You can also pick up your pet in the afternoon without any extra charge. In any case, the treating surgeon will decide if the patient is fit to leave the clinic and return home after having recovered.

5. Do I have to make an appointment in order to bring in my pet?

Our clinic is working exclusively with appointments in order to offer the best service without long waiting times. Still, you may come in without having made an appointment but existing appointments will have priority and waiting time may be long. Emergencies are, of course, an exception and in such a case we will try to help you as quickly as possible.

6. How often does my dog/cat have to get his shots?

Initial vaccination is different for cats and dogs. Dogs have to start their vaccination schedule at about 42 to 45 days after having being born. After that, there are three more shots in 3 to 4 weeks intervals. And then there has to be the annual booster shot.

Cats start at 8-10 weeks after having been born and they can either have the double or the triple vaccination, depending on if it contains stems of Viral Leukemia or not. Cats also have to have annual booster shots.

And let’s not forget the important vaccination for dogs against Leishmaniasis that starts at the age of six months, and the shot against Infectious Tracheobronchitis that can be combined with the last dose of the basic vaccination.

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107 IROON, KALAMATA 2410027210-28674, +30 6945410085 (whats app & viber)info@veterinary.gr

HOURS

Monday9:30-14:00 & 18:00-20:30
Tuesday9:30-14:00 & 18:00-20:30
Wednesday9:30-14:00 & 18:00-20:30
Thursday9:30 - 14:00
Friday9:30-14:00 & 18:00-20:30
Saturdayby appointment only
SundayClosed
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