Over 25 years of experience in compassionate Veterinary care.                                                                                     fb

Opening Hours

We are open all day and have ample parking.

Monday  9.00 - 18.00
Tuesday 9.00 - 18.00
Wednesday 9.00 - 18.00
Thursday  9.00 - 18.00
Friday  9.00 - 18.00
Saturday  11.00 - 14.00
Sunday Closed  

 Emergency Number+34 952804165

Dental Care
Dental Care

A dental is a teethscaling and polishing performed under a light sedation and if needed a small amount of gas anaesthesia. Read more >>

Dog training
Dog training

Dog training with Natalie. Action Works Dogtraining.
Mondays:       18.00 - 19.00 puppies
Tuesdays:      18.00 - 19.00 advanced
Wednesdays: 18.00 - 19.00 beginners
Contact Natalie - 600 694 877
During the month of August classes may be canceled due to the heat.

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Welcome to the Pointer Veterinary Clinic, Estepona

Nazli Kreft van den Kieboom, DVM

We offer a high standard of veterinary care in our veterinary clinic for small animals, in a friendly, personal and professional environment. The staff at Pointer’s, Estepona, are dedicated to their work, enjoy caring for the welfare of the patients and undergo continuous training to maintain the quality and standard of care on offer.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Pointer Veterinary Clinic in Estepona.

Call us : 95 280 4165


About Us  Our Team



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Why choose our clinic?

Experience - With over 25 years of experience we have the ability and know-how to handle any case. Your pet is in excellent hands at the Pointer Veterinary Clinic Estepona

Equipment -
We have all the necessary equipment in-house to properly care for your pet. Furthermore, we have partners across the Costa del Sol when it comes to specific care or extreme cases.

Compassion -
We treat all animals as if they were our own and create a home-away-from-home for your furry loved ones.



Arriving in Spain with your dog.

Planning to move to Spain for more than 3 months involves preparation for your pets also. We will explain what you need to do for your dog.

To enter Spain your dog will need a microchip; registered to you and you will need this paper of registration, a European passport and a rabies vaccination done not earlier than 3 weeks and not later than 12 months before entering Spain.

 

The first thing to do upon arrival is registering at a Veterinary Clinic in your area. Unless you speak Spanish you will be looking for a Clinic where they speak English and even better if they speak your language. Your dog will be registered as a patient at the clinic and the microchip will be registered in RAIA (the Andalucian Registry Website). For this we need the original registration paper from your country to prove that you are the owner of the dog. Then if your dog gets lost and is found you can be contacted as soon as possible!! You then need to register your dog at the Town Hall of your municipality. If you have a dog that belongs to the Dangerous Dogs (Rottweiler, PittBull/Staffordshire Terrier, Doberman, Akita/Tosa Inu, Dogo Argentino/ Napolitano/Cane Corso ) you will also need to obtain a license to own this dog.

Spain is a subtropical area and thus you need to also protect your dog from diseases that do not exist in Northern Europe. These diseases are:

Leishmania: This is a protozoan disease transmitted by ‘Sandflies’ (a big mosquito type). Your dog will develop an immune deficiency due to infection of the white blood cells. Prevention consists of preventing your dog from being bitten by the sandflies or vaccinating against the disease.

Tick fevers: Ticks in Spain are infected with many protozoan infections like Babesia, Ehrlicha, Borrelia, Anaplasma, Rickettsia etc, therefor it is utmost important to protect your dog from being infested with ticks. There is a vaccination only for Babesia.

Heartworm: Mosquito’s transmit the larvae of a worm that lives in the blood of dogs and then develop into adult worms that will congest the heart causing death. Prevention consists of vaccination or monthly deworming.

Amongst other risks are the Processionary Caterpillar that live in nests in the pine trees and hatch in the months of February and March; they cause a deadly allergic reaction as the tongue of your dog will swell to 10 times the size.

Contrary to Swedish rules it is obligatory to vaccinate your dog every 12 months against rabies. Flea protection is necessary all year round because the temperature rarely drops under the 0C. During the summer you have to be careful to prevent heatstroke, especially the short- nosed breeds. DO NOT leave your dog in the car, not even in the shade with a window open, temperatures in the car can raise to over 80C in a very short time, do not cook your dog!

Nazli´s Pointer Veterinary Clinic, Estepona. Tel: 0034952804165. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Surgical procedures are performed under local or general anaesthesia in an operation theatre.

Before any surgery we will provide you with the details of the procedure and if necessary perform a preanaesthetic blood test.

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Yearly rabies vaccinations are legally required in Spain in both dogs, cats and ferrets. Vaccinations are essential for the health and prevention of contagious diseases

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Emergency Care


Outside normal opening hours: The Pointer Veterinary Clinic team are always there to help you and your pet. We are committed to offering consistent and compassionate care whenever necessary.  In case of an emergency, please call: +34 689 069 502

Pet Tips & Hints

Many dogs and cats are overweight or obese. And just like people, obesity in pets comes with health risks that include diabetes, arthritis, and cancer. Overfeeding is the leading cause of obesity, Keeping our pets trim can add years to their lives. Your vet can make feeding suggestions based on your pet's age, weight, and lifestyle.
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