We are closed from 7th December 2017 Onward

Notice to all our clients.

With effect from 7th December 2017, The Animal Clinic at 158, Subadrarama Road, Nugegoda is closed for business.

However, if you wish to contact Dr. Chandani Amarasinghe for home visit veterinary care services for your pet, please call her on 077-6669833

Thank you!

Welcome to the Animal Clinic Nugegoda

We are a Small Animal Clinic located in Nugegoda, in the outskirt of Colombo Sri Lanka. We know how much your pet means to you and your family. That's why we are committed to providing quality and friendly care to your pets. Our service extends to just about every kind of small animal; not limiting to dogs, cats and rabbits. Call us on +94776669833 to make an appointment. Call on the same number to arrange a home visit (mobile veterinary service) in Nugegoda, Colombo and surrounding areas.

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“Pets are family too” is our motto, simply because we understand how emotional the relationship you have with your beloved pet. At our animal clinic, we thrive to provide the best veterinary care available in Sri Lanka for your pet. We care your pet as much as you do.

The Animal Clinic Nugegoda is open daily from 9.00am to 12.00pm and 4.00pm to 8.00pm. Click here to learn more about Home Visit Appointments (Mobile pet care service available to selected Areas in and around Nugegoda and Colombo).

To Make an Appointment :
Call (+94) 077 6669833

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Canine Distemper, which is commonly referred to as “distemper” is a viral disease affecting puppies and dogs of any age. In recent months we have noticed relatively higher volumes of distemper cases in and around Colombo, Sri Lanka. While timely vaccination for canine distemper is the best method of preventing the disease, early identification of the signs and proper treatment can still cure affected puppies and dogs. The most common signs are nasal and eye discharge, coughing, diarrhea, vomiting, fever that may come and go, and seizures. Mildly affected dogs may only cough and be misdiagnosed as having "kennel cough."