Strada Uranus 132A

București, BUH 050826 RO

4021 569 91 53

Veterinary Clinic Panduri

Because caring for the animals is a passion for us, the main concern is to prevent their illness.

Our medical clinic has the latest medical investigation and treatment means providing consultations, vaccines, treatments, medications, surgery, deworming, dermatology, health cards and many more.

Veterinary Dermatology Specialist

Pain management

Practicing veterinary medicine to high quality standards means focusing only on patient needs - from medical problems that affect physiological functioning, emotional and psychological issues that affect their welfare. Pain can affect the body, physical and mental functioning, adversely affecting patients' welfare and his state of mind. Thus, Management of pain is one of our primary considerations when it comes to treating a pet for any condition.

Our approach to pain management anticipates potentially painful procedures, and measures to control pain from the outset and in the recovery and treatment. Did you know that different types of pain can manifest differently at animals? For example, a dog with chronic arthritis may show very subtle signs of pain, which may go unnoticed unless you know what to look for. Fortunately, our staff of compassionate professionals, is trained in the care and recognition of signs of pain in animals and develop an individualized pain management plan to our patients.

From routine procedures (such as castration or a scaler), the medical treatment of advanced (such as fixation or cancer treatments), the disease chronic pain (such as pain in arthritis or back), we're here to help with any pain felt by your pet. Also assist you in developing a plan suitable for each patient.

Recognizing and alleviating pain in our patients is a high quality process, our staff caring for each patient with care and compassion. We do not see the pain that for granted and do everything possible to ensure that our programs pain management really help our patients.

Nutritional counseling

From the first day when you bring a new pet home, until the last days of his life, nutrition plays a critical role in the health and general welfare of your pet companion. Many owners consider pets food as for granted, partly because so many market availability of nutritionally complete diets, which have made it easier choice of an appropriate diet for a pet. However, did you know that the nutritional needs of your pet changes with age and level of activity? Did you know that diets specifically formulated to help manage a wide range of medical conditions, including kidney disease, diabetes, arthritis and heart disease? Do you know how many calories your pet needs daily or receives the necessary input of nutrients? You are able to interpret food labels you give your pet?

Whether your pet has special dietary needs, or simply need to "escape" from a few kilograms (or "gain"), our services Nutrition counseling can help you achieve your goals and keep your animal in a good state health. We offer advice in choosing diets and feeding itself during the various stages of life, such as growth, pregnancy, lactation, old age. Also, if your pet has a medical condition, we can help you choose the best diet for your animal needs complete.

A pet owner can easily be overwhelmed by the many offers present in the market. Therefore we can provide you with tips and advice on choosing the right food for obtaining and maintaining the desired welfare for your pet.


In our ongoing efforts to provide the highest quality, we are pleased to offer a wide range of surgical services for our patients. From routine surgical procedures, such as sterilization and castration, to more complex surgery, we look forward to the opportunity to take care of the surgical needs of your pet.

Our highly qualified staff will endeavor to provide the best care for your pet. Focus on patient safety, pain management skills and implementing the most current surgical techniques are designed to exceed your expectations. We have professional staff who most closely and carefully monitor the animals before, during and after any surgery and also will ensure a safe and complete postoperative recovery. At the same time we provide advice in respect of any matter that may concern you: anesthesia, pain management, postoperative care.

When your pet is ready to go home we will review with you the program of care, medication and nutrition to ensure the best recovery. If you have any questions arise after you get home, or at any time feel free to call us. We will be happy to answer any question and we will do everything possible to ensure your animal recovery smoothly. Remember, help is just a call away!

Surgery can be a source of stress for many owners. Whether worry if your pet is well cared for, or you are concerned about the conditions of monitoring or possible adverse effects, let us take care of any problems that might worry you. Whatever type of surgery that needs your pet we are best suited to deal with it and we look forward to discussing how we provide the best care for his welfare.


We want your pet to have a long, healthy, and we understand that oral health is part of it. Your pet's health is important to us, so let us help you with this commitment. Call today to discuss oral hygiene and dental problems of your pet and how we can help.

Parasites - preventing and fighting

There was a time when parasites like fleas, ticks or worms were considered in mostly a nuisance. Now we know that these parasites can cause serious illness in the home as well as your pet. For example, ticks can transmit zoonotic diseases such as Lyme disease and intestinal parasites and fleas can transmit Bartonella - bacteria that can be transmitted to humans. Another type of parasite, called "worm heart" (Dirofilaria), is transmitted by mosquitoes. The worms live in your pet's lungs and heart, causing damage to these organs, and sometimes even death. Intestinal parasites such as roundworms and the hook are a threat also for pets and transmissible to humans.

You can not always be able to tell if your pet has parasites. Fleas can hide under your pet's fur and ticks are very small (the size of a needle point), so they are very hard to find. Intestinal parasites like roundworms can cause diarrhea and other gastrointestinal intestinal problems , but many pets infected show no sign of disease.

Fortunately, we recommend tests to find out if your pet has parasites. We also consider pets to highlight fleas, ticks or other parasites. Qualified staff may recommend medications to help control fleas, ticks, worms and other parasites. Preventing pests in the home also helps you protect your family, so let's work together to protect your home and family!

Veterinary examinations and parasitological testing are important ways that protect the health of your pet. Our team is able to give you guidance in determining an appropriate program parasite control. We can recommend a parasitological testing program, we discuss the signs of parasites that you can see and control your home to their occurrence in and around the house. We will also choose treatment options with you if your pet has parasites, and provide you advice on the best way to control and prevent pests.

Parasites are not only a nuisance! They can transmit serious diseases that affect your pet's overall health and longevity. We help you protect your pet. Call today to find out how!

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