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Stay up to date withvaccines for your pet canavoid many diseases.


Applying the appropriate vaccines according to the breed, age and specific needs is essential to take care of it. 

By having your pet's vaccinations up to date you can reduce the risk and prevent infections that are highly contagious among some animals.

By completing your pet's vaccination schedule in a timely manner, it will be protected from diseases and its probability of becoming infected is considerably reduced.

At Anilab, when vaccinating your pet, a general review of your pet will be included and according to its needs and characteristics, the necessary vaccine will be applied.

vacunacion de mascotas en consultorio Anilab veterinaria - foto de perro siendo vacunado

Frequent questions

  • How can I schedule a consultation at Anilab?
    You can schedule a consultation at Anilab by clicking on the book now button, or by writing by WhatsApp (321) 329-1946 . Our team will be happy to help you find an appointment that fits your schedule.
  • What are Anilab's opening hours?
    Our opening hours may vary, but we are generally open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. To know the exact schedules, we recommend that you write to us by WhatsApp.
  • How long does a veterinary consultation take at Anilab?
    The length of a veterinary consultation may vary depending on the nature of the problem and the needs of the animal. Typically, a consultation can last between 30 and 50 minutes, but our team will make sure to dedicate the time necessary for proper evaluation and discussion.
  • What is the cost of a consultation at Anilab?
    The price is $50,000 but may vary depending on the type of animal and the services required. We recommend that you contact our staff for updated information on prices and accepted payment methods.
  • What should I bring to the veterinary consultation in Anilab?
    It is important that you carry any relevant medical history, such as vaccination records, previous examination reports, and any other documents related to your pet's health. This will help our veterinarians better understand the situation and provide better service.
  • Do you offer veterinary telemedicine services at Anilab?
    Yes, at Anilab we also offer veterinary telemedicine services. This gives you the option to receive veterinary consultations and guidance remotely via video calls or online messages, providing additional convenience and accessibility for certain cases. Remember that it is important to contact Anilab directly for updated information about their services and policies.
  • What is done in a veterinary consultation?
    The veterinary consultation (General and Specialized) consists of a check-up to know the health status of your pet, including a review of its clinical history. ​These checkups are the best way to guarantee good health and quality of life for pets throughout their lives, as they help prevent or detect diseases, allowing a longer response time. If it is the first time, a tab is opened in your medical history to enter all the data on your current health status and it will be expanded with future reviews.
  • What does your pet's Medical History contain?
    The Medical History contains all the important information about your pet's health status, such as: Vaccines Previous illnesses Veterinary checkup Deworming Treatments Analysis results Evolution To maintain good long-term health and improve your pet's quality of life, it is advisable to perform routine examinations.
  • What is observed in a physical checkup?
    In a Checkup, the dog is checked from the nose to the tail in search of anomalies, injuries or any unusual signs. Recording weight, temperature, heart rate and respiratory rate.   Ears Eyes Mouth Condition of hair and skin Genitals
  • What is observed in a geriatric checkup?
    If your pet is elderly, diseases of old age may appear, just like in humans. That is why we recommend that check-ups be carried out more frequently in order to diagnose them, prevent them in time and for your pet to maintain a good quality of life. ​In the geriatric check-up, the controls are more exhaustive and are also complemented by: Blood tests X-ray Urine analysis Nutritional recommendations
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