Are you looking for a Vet in Muscat? Looking to adopt a rescue animal? Want to learn about protecting the natural habitat of Oman's wildlife? Want to visit the turtle sanctuary? We have all the information you need below...
Al Qurum Veterinary Clinic provides the highest level of veterinary care available in Oman. The head veterinarian, Dr. Elke Heitz, is a member of the UK's Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS) which ensures expert standards of clinical practice.
Working together, Al Qurum Veterinary Clinic's professionally qualified vets, nurses and staff make certain that your pet receives the very best treatment and care. They offer an extensive range of veterinary services, pet food, pet products and friendly advice too.
Visit their adopt-a-cat page too to see if you can offer a home to an abandoned pet.
The Al Qurum Veterinary Clinic
Building 1427, Way 1822, Qurum, Muscat, Oman
We are sensitive to the bond that exists between pets and their owners. Our entire staff are pet owners adding an extra dimension to our care of your pets.
Our healthcare team aims to provide a diagnostic and surgical unit that would adequately service a rural community medical practice of pets. At Muscat Veterinary Clinic your pet will receive the best treatment possible as we set the benchmark for veterinary care in the Oman.
The Muscat Veterinary Clinic
Telephone: + 968 99100056
Email : email@example.com
Ras AI Jinz is a fishing village located in the Ras AI Hadd Turtle Reserve on the eastern shores of the Arabian Peninsula.
The Ras AI Jinz beach is world renown for the nesting endangered green turtle (Chelonia mydas), probably the most important nesting concentration on the Indian Ocean.
This is the only place where the public can watch the nesting process of these amazing sea giants.
The Ras AI Jinz Centre, an ecotourism project, was established in 2008 to help conserve the fascinating and amazing nesting processes of these giants of the marine turtle world. Read More>>
Dr. Svetlana graduated from St.Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine with a first class degree in a year 1999 . She has gained wide experience of all types of animals both domestic(farm) and pets. From 1999 to 2003 worked in cattle farm and from 2003 to 2006 worked in private veterinary clinic in Russia. Through her work with Veterinary Centre and Capital Veterinary Centre, Dr. Svetlana has been practising veterinary medicine in the Sultanate of Oman since 2007 gaining a renowned position in the capital, Muscat. She has now joined a new clinic and assembled a proficient start offering all forms of treatment and care for pets and domestic animals.
Petcare Veterinary Center
Mob:+968 92303885 or +968 99009459
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pet Importation To Oman
If you want to import dogs or cats into the Sultanate of Oman, they need to be accompanied by certified Ministry Health Certificates and an import license. Each animal imported must have a valid vaccination certificate for rabies (see below for an extensive list of vaccinations). Certificates must be produced at the airport on arrival of the animals and shown to the Quarantine Officer. The authorities may require putting the pet in quarantine if not all papers are correct. If this occurs, all costs involved will be for the owner’s account.. Read More>>
Animal Adoption & Fostering In Oman
The pet trade can be a cruel trade- why not adopt an unwanted, abandoned or stray animal that are desperate for love and a good home. There are many ways that expatriates can help the stray animals of Oman, the first way being abstinance, if you know that you will not be able to look after a pet from the outset until the very end then do not get one. If you want to help one of these fabulous societies, you can do so by donating money or food, sponsoring an animal, fostering a pet or going that extra mile and adopting a wonderful friend for life. Read More>>