Accessing Veterinary Services

ABOUT THE SERVICE

THE CITY Veterinary Office provides veterinary services for livestock and pets, especially dogs.  Veterinary services cover consultation, vaccination (e.g. foot-and-mouth disease, anti rabies, deworming, etc.) and treatment.

Clients may bring their livestock/pets directly to the CVO for treatment; or request that services be scheduled for their area.

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request For Services

Go directly to the CVO, bringing along your livestock/pet for treatment

–or-

Request that services be scheduled for your area.

15 minutes

CVO personnel at City Hall

2. Interview/ Assessment

Veterinarian takes the animal’s medical history, conducts medical examination, does tentative diagnosis, and requests for owner information.

Scheduled services:
Next day

Walk-in clients:
30 minutes

JUNIOS J. ELAD, JR.
City Veterinary Officer

JAIME HALCON
Agricultural Technologist-
Livestock

3. Treatment

Veterinarian treats the animal, provides you will relevant information and prescribes medicine for home medication, if any. Whenever available, veterinary supplies are provided by CVO. Otherwise, you will have to secure these on your own.

Urgent request
(e.g. calving)
Immediate response

JUNIOS J. ELAD, JR.
City Veterinary Officer

CITY VETERINARY OFFICE
Maharlika Highway, Del Rosario, Naga City
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Junios J. Elad, Jr., City Veterinary Officer
E-mail: cvo@naga.gov.ph