Veterinary Services

Preventive Medicine – Animal Vaccination

Help in designing a preventive medicine program, the vaccination program should be based on the animal collection, the diseases endemic to the area and the potential for exposure.

To maintain a healthy captive population it is very important to conduct disease screening, parasite surveillance and control. An established surveillance and vaccination program not only allow early detection of diseases but also prevents outbreaks of infectious disease.

Care of injured/diseased animal

Our first step is to examine your animal to determine nature of disease or injury and treats the animal surgically or medically. If an organ needs a specific attention, we have a team of specialized veterinary experts.


The nutritional need of every animal has to be adapted to the species requirement as well as the physiological status of the individual. Providing a correct diet helps keeping animal in good health and avoid any food related diseases.

Our team will ensure that the diet you are giving to your animals fulfil their requirements and match with their feeding habit in the wild.


The post-mortem examination (necropsy) of dead animals is a very useful and necessary procedure in the diagnostic process as it often defines the cause of death. It may reveal deficiencies in husbandry practices that can be modified or corrected. It may reveal hereditary and/or congenital (birth) defects, which may influence future breeding decisions. By pinpointing the underlying disease process or processes, it allows the initiation of treatment for similarly affected individuals. The results of a post-mortem exam may facilitate the development and implementation of a preventive medicine/ husbandry program to avert future deaths if possible. It is also essential in recognizing and preventing zoonotic diseases (diseases which can be transmitted from animals to humans and vice versa).