|Photo above is the PSPCA Arch in front of University of the East, get inside the compound to locate the PSPCA Clinic shown at the photo below|
Monday - Friday > 8:00AM to 4:30PM
Saturday > 7:00AM - 10:30AM / 1:00PM - 3:30PM
Sunday > 7:00AM - 10:30AM
Contact No is (02) 7339427
|Newly renovated PSPCA|
Thanks to PSPCA! Our dogs' medical bills were reduced to more than a half. There was a time when we spent a thousand a week for 3 mos in this popular pet clinic to find a cure for our dog's skin problems that proved ineffective in the long run despite the expensive treatment. PSPCA clinic is the wiser choice whenever our furbabies have health issues and vaccination needs. Their rates are very affordable and you can expect their doctors and staffs to provide the utmost care for your pets.
HOW TO GET THERE :
PSPCA is located at C.M. Recto directly in front of the University of the East. Exact address is 2044 C.M. Recto, Quiapo, Manila.
|Map of PSPCA|
They had a renovation last quarter of 2014 to improve their services and facilities. Their new look and feel is a welcome sight. I really don't mind if they slightly increased their fees because of this. Although, I would appreciate more if there will be more attending doctors to accommodate more patients faster and lessen the waiting time.
|better services and facilities and new rates|
PSPCA CLINIC FEES (as of February 1, 2015)SERVICES :
Clinic Fee - PhP 120
Laboratory (Stool Exam/Skin Scraping) - PhP 75
4 IN 1 (Novibac) - PhP 330
5 IN 1 (Recombitek C6) - PhP 330
6 IN 1 (Eurican LR) - PhP 480
Anti Rabies - PhP 220
Kennel Cough - PhP 300
MAJOR SURGERIES :
Toy and Small Breed - PhP 2500
Medium Breed - PhP 3000 - 3500
Large Breed - PhP 4500 - 6000
MINOR SURGERIES :
PhP 800 - 2500
ORAL PROPHYLAXIS :
PhP 800 - 1500
Cats -PhP 800
Dogs - PhP 1000 - 1500
WHELPING ASSISTANCE :
PhP 1000 - 2000
A Piece of Advise ....A piece of advise to those planning a visit to PSPCA, expect a long line and long waiting time (like 3 hrs). As soon as you arrived, register at the front desk and then wait for your number to be called. I suggest go there as early as you can, possibly be there just before the clinic opens. Most likely, the volume of people is not as heavy as the afternoon crowd and you and your pet can find a comfortable spot to rest while waiting. As a preventive measure, I usually distance my dog to other sick pets to prevent possible contamination of deadly viral diseases like parvo and distemper.
There are usually 4 attending doctors, 1 of which is assigned to vaccinations.
I just wish every pet owners and pet lovers can have easy access to all services of PSPCA. Maybe more PSPCA clinic branches and shelters in the future? I hope!