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Emergency Number95 280 4165 
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Nazli Kreft van den Kieboom, DVM

 

At Pointer Veterinary Clinic Estepona, we have spent the past 25 years perfecting the art of caring for pets in a friendly, personal and professional environment. Our veterinarian, Nazli Kreft van den Kieboom, has over 25 years of experience and prides herself on her surgical skills and attention to detail. At Pointers, we believe in continuous training in the field of veterinary medicine as well as keeping up with modern teachings and technologies. Our state-of-the-art facilities allow us to perform laboratory analysis and diagnostic imaging in-house! Our veterinary clinic also houses a small operating theatre as well as a consultation room to meet your pet's every need: from an annual check-up or vaccination, to a routine surgery or dental.

Looking to meet the Pointers team or want to know more about what we have to offer? Feel free to give us a call any day of the week!

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  • City Council Laws for Dogs (part 2)
    City Council Laws for Dogs (part 2)

    In continuation from last month’s article about the City Council Law:

    Article 22: The collection of animals in public places.

    1. An animal is considered abandoned if it has no identification and there is no owner around. If the animal does have identification (microchip) it is considered lost. The owner will be notified and has 5 days to collect and pay for the costs made. If the owner does not collect the animal, it will be considered abandoned but the owner is still held responsible.
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  • City Council Laws for Dogs (part 1)
    City Council Laws for Dogs (part 1)

    As a foreigner in Spain it is not always clear what the exact rules are. Bear in mind that each municipality can have modified these rules slightly.

    The Ayuntamiento de Marbella, delegación de salud, has stipulated the following rules for dogs.

    Capitulo IV: ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.

    Art 16. Registro Municipal de Animales de Compañía.

    The owner of a companion animal is obliged to inscribe the animal at the town hall within 3 months after birth or within 1 month of buying or adopting the animal. The animals must be identified by means of a microchip.

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  • Canaries in Spain
    Canaries in Spain

    With the Spanish culture comes the singing of the canaries from tiny cages in front of the houses. Canaries used to be taken into the mines because they are very sensitive to the oxygen content of the air. When the canary died, the miners knew they had to leave the mine. After the day at work they would be hung in front of the house for fresh air and communication with other birds.

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  • Leishmania
    Leishmania

    Leishmaniosis is a tropical disease that affects mainly dogs in Spain. The “sand fly” (phlebotombus) sucks blood from a dog infected with leishmania, transforms them into infectious amastigotes and injects them into a healthy dog. Then two things can happen:  1. The dog has a good immune system and destroys the amastigotes or 2. It does not have a functional immune system (for whatever reason) or there are too many and the amastigotes infect the white blood cells, multiply inside the cell, destroy the white blood cell and each of the 4 new ones infect another 4 white blood cells, etc. Meanwhile healthy white blood cells try to destroy the infected white blood cells forming globulines which are too big for the small arteries in the body and they get stuck, causing skin lesions (ie at the tip of the ears, nose, feet), kidney damage, liver damage, intestinal damage etc. Untreated it will lead to death.

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  • Processionary Caterpillars
    Processionary Caterpillars

    The pine processionary caterpillar is the best known of all the processionaries, the insect is found in the warmer regions of southern Europe, the Near East, and North Africa.  It is the habit of the caterpillars to move over the ground in long head-to-tail processions and to sting with urticaring hairs, anyone who attempts to molest them that has brought the caterpillars to the attention of the public.

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Opening Hours

clock-iconMonday - Friday 9.00 - 18.00
clock-iconSaturday 11.00 14.00
clock-iconSunday Emergency Only
Emergency Number+34 689 069 502

Request Appointment

Our address

CN-340, km 160,5
Diseminado La Alberdina 70B,
29689 ESTEPONA

Emergency Number+34 95 280 4165

We are available for emergencies.
Emergency Number+34 689 069 502
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