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Türkiye’s and Antalya’s Most Comprehensive Animal Hospital

We have brought together the latest technology devices with our expert physicians in the field.

Prime Animal Hospital

Prime Animal Hospital is a surgery, physical therapy and rehabilitation hospital, which has been implemented on a voluntary basis in order to reveal what has not been done before, with a well-being at its centre.

As Prime Animal Hospital, we set out for a future where we aim to raise the living standards of our pets to a higher level, to bring them back to social life and to ensure that they can have a healthy life.

Prime Animal Hospital provides information on how to care for our pawed friend according to their breed from the moment they are born, but what precautions should be taken before the diseases awaiting that breed? Here we produce answers to this big question mark. We provide preventive medicine against the risks that our fur babies may experience in the future.
Prime Animal Hospital helps our pets who undergo aging due to the lack of physical therapy to have a better-quality old age.

As Prime Animal Hospital, we aim to contribute to the development of veterinary medicine with our academy department, while increasing the quality of life of animals in line with ethical principles focused on the satisfaction of our four-legged friends and their owners with our distinguished veterinary staff.

In short,
As an animal hospital, we aim to create a model for Türkiye with our high-tech health infrastructure that we offer within our structure and to be a health institution that is also referenced in the world.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How should you pick your dog up?

If your dog is small (under 12 kilos), you can pick it up by placing one arm under its chest, between its legs, grasping its back with the same arm and squeezing it between your chest and arm. . If you have a medium-sized dog (12-18 kilos), you can hold your arm, which will act as a lever, between its hind legs, and your other arm between its front legs and fix it with your chest. This keeps your dog well supported and comfortable. For larger breeds, the ideal way of picking up is for 2 people to do it, one person holding it under its chest and another person holding its stomach.

Why do cats vomit hairballs?

An occasional hairball is not unusual. However, frequent vomiting (with or without hairballs in the vomit), coughing is not normal and may indicate health problems other than the hairballs. Cats with these symptoms may have gastrointestinal disease, skin disease, or a variety of other health issues. If your cat is showing such symptoms, it should be examined by a veterinarian.

What are the symptoms of a cold in budgies?

In general, the most important symptoms are fatigue and fluff of feathers. Birds fluff their feathers and usually stop at a certain place without moving much. There is fatigue. It does not move, does not make a sound, does not play games like it used to. It prefers to remain calm. Spends most of the day asleep. There is lack of appetite. Feed consumption is reduced. Do not forget to consult a veterinarian.

Why do cats have bad breath?

Bad odour caused by bacteria may occur in cat mouths that are not clean enough. . In addition, tooth and gum diseases can also cause the mouth to smell bad. Your cat’s poor-quality diet or skin disease can also cause bad breath. Infection in the respiratory tract, liver or kidneys are also seen as other factors that cause bad breath.

Are rabbits difficult to care for?

It is as if the kohl has been painted around its eyes. They do not grow very large. They are also known for their insatiability. You need to be more meticulous about in order for them to not gain too much weight and not deteriorate their health.

What should I pay attention to in my dog's dental health?

Do not brush its tongue. Brush for 30-60 seconds. Brush its teeth at least 2-3 times a week. Do not ignore the inner parts of the teeth. Have a professional clean it at least once a year. After the age of 2 years, regular check-ups by the veterinarian.