Because we want to provide the best care for you and your family member, our veterinary services include 24 Hour Critical Care and Monitoring, Digital Radiography and Ultrasonography, Oncological Surgery and Chemotherapy, Acupuncture & Traditional Veterinary Herbal Medicine therapy and more. Please check our Services page.
Below are just some of the services available at UVC:
If your best friend - or even your favourite street-stray - need some form of attention that is not listed here, please use the Contact Form to ask the question. After all, we're always here to help....
|Monday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Tuesday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Wednesday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Thursday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Friday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Saturday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
|Sunday||9 am - 10.30 pm|
We are open on Public Holidays ( Please call for further enquiries )
United Veterinary Clinic offers a comprehensive range of veterinary services in Singapore to cater for all pet and small animal health care needs. Staffed by a young and energetic team armed with the latest knowledge, training and skills, UVC is nevertheless fully equipped with cutting-edge diagnostic and surgical facilities to provide the best medical care for your companion animals.
One of the many conditions we see our patients suffer from is Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA). Many pet owners may not have heard of this condition before, but it is more common than you think. There are two forms of IMHA: Primary IMHA: The cause is unknown, but Poodles, Old English Sheepdogs, and Cocker Spaniels are more likely to suffer from Primary IMHA. Secondary IMHA: Is caused by the body’s immune system reacting to an existing condition or chemical agents such as drugs. In both Primary and Secondary IMHA, the body’s immune system systematically destroys the Red Blood Cells of the animal. Without any treatment, the animal may die of anemia and blood loss. Symptoms of IMHA include lethargy, vomiting, lack of appetite and diarrhea. It is important to take note of these symptoms and seek veterinary assistance immediately if they persist. Treatment for IMHA may be a blood transfusion for advanced cases, or Steroids and Immunosuppressive drugs for milder cases to help mediate the immune system. Featured is one of our patients, Bentley. Bentley suffered from secondary IMHA as a result of contracting tick fever. But after intense medical care for 2 weeks, Bentley had a speedy recovery and was able to return home as strong as ever. Attached you will find some pictures of Bentley during his stay with us, and back at home with his lovely owners. We wish you good health, Bentley! For more information on IMHA, please visit: http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/…/immune-mediated-hemolytic… For any enquiries regarding this post or IMHA, feel free to contact our clinic at 6455-6880. Thank You!