About Us

Why do you need a pet at home?

Do you often come home after work only to find yourself all alone? Well all you need is a companion, an adorable one too who can comfort you with a hug and couple of licks. Yes, pets are man's best friend, as they say.

Furry kittens and puppies need constant love and affection but they give back more in return. They become your friends for life. We at Amar Pet Medical Centre try to provide all round help in the development of your four legged friends. Our main aim is perfect in pet care which we have achieved through knowledgeable staff and good quality equipment.


A to Z Of Pets

Years ago a family pet received minimal pet care at best. In recent years Veterinary Medicine has benefited from advances in diagnostic and treatment options. At Amarpets Medical Center we firmly believe in preventive care for your pet. This includes annual wellness visits, surgery, proper life stage nutrition and vaccinations.

Pets with special medical needs can be referred to Veterinarians who specialize in almost every area that human medicine does, such as Cardiology, Orthopedics, Oncology, Dermatology and Neurology.

  • Wellness Exams
  • Surgery
  • Vaccinations
  • Grooming
  • Nutretional Councelling


This is the place to find all the facts, figures and unusual tales about pets.

  • Most domestic dogs are capable of reaching speeds of 32 kms per hour when running flat out but the members of the greyhound family may reach speeds up to 70 kms per hour.
  • Nutretional Councelling
  • It is a common belief that cats are color blind. However, recent research has shown that cats can see blue and green, and possibly red.
  • The canine nose works one million times more efficiently than the human nose!
  • Cats spend 18 hours out of every 24 sleeping.
  • The average dog has 42 permanent teeth.



What kind of food should I feed my puppy?

You should look for a puppy food that will provide 100% of the nutrients needed for a complete and balanced diet. His food should include; protein for strong muscles; calcium for strong bones and teeth; iron for healthy blood: and enough calories for all the energy a puppy burns. Choosing a pet food that has a balanced nutritional formula for the various life stages (puppy, adult, senior) will help ease the transition from puppy to adult food for your dog.


How often and how much should I feed my puppy?

Young puppies should be fed three times a day. Once he is four or five months old, he can be fed twice a day. After he is eight to nine months old, the feeding schedule can be reduced to once a day. If he is a larger breed, you may continue feeding him twice a day throughout his life. Proper feeding amounts should be listed on the pet food package. You should also consult your vet to determine a feeding schedule.