24/7 Emergency Services

Pet medical emergencies are a terrifying thought, specially late at night when no clinics are open. In such situations, it is of paramount importance to stabilise the pet, else the repercussions can be life threatening. Finding trustworthy veterinary care at a time like this is extremely stressful.

At MaxVets, we have a 24×7 emergency service for exactly these situations. Our Emergency and Critical Care veterinary specialists are well equipped to handle any emergency at all times of day and night. with our advanced intensive came and monitoring unit, state of the art operating theater and specialist surgeons as well as
team of dedicated veterinarians of various specialities, you can rest assured that you pet will receive the best possible care for your pet.

Specialized Surgical Team

Similar to humans, pets sometimes require surgery to enhance their lifestyle or to relieve pain and manage severe diseases. Our operation theatre is equipped with state of the art anaesthetic and monitoring equipment to make these surgeries the safest possible. Max vets has one of the best surgical teams who perform routine as well as specialized surgeries in all surgical fields, including orthopedic, ophthalmic and intra-thoracic procedures, with high rates of success.

Our 24×7 emergency service coupled with our surgical service are able to help your pets that require lifesaving emergency surgical procedures at all times of the night.

Critical Care Unit

The Critical Care Unit at MaxVets is well equipped and staffed to care for all kinds of seriously ill medical patients of all ages. This includes patients on ventilators, those suffering from cardiac conditions needing constant monitoring, post-surgical and recovery patients and the unfortunate ones with life threatening illnesses and injuries.

Our critical care unit is staffed with highly trained doctors and nurses who specialize in caring for patients whose conditions are deteriorating or patients who arrive in a critical condition. May it be dog, cat, guinea pig, bird, or rabbit, we specialize in providing them with the most appropriate intensive care. Hence, in case of any kind of emergencies, our clients can trust us to provide the best care possible to their beloved companions.

In-house Admission Facilities-For Post-Operative and Non-Surgical Sick Patients

When patients are extremely ill or have severe physical trauma, they need to be immediately admitted to the hospital for inpatient care. At Max Vets, such emergency patients are provided with the best of our services at the critical care unit which include room, bed, and continuous nursing service. Only the best care is provided to our patients whether it may be pre/post-surgical care or it may be the care of non-surgical sick patients.

Diagnostic Laboratory

Max Vets offers a state of the art diagnostic lab with the newest equipment and the most compassionate and dedicated lab technicians. The lab offers all kinds of diagnostic services for the patient animals including echo, radiology, ultrasound, and CT scans. These services help the vets to make the best possible prognosis and design the plan for individualistic treatment because we believe that each animal is different.


Grooming is an important part of pet care. In today’s fast paced life, it becomes hard to find the time to groom your pet as much as required. Our dedicated and compassionate groomers lovingly take care of all your pooches grooming needs from nail clippings to specialized haircuts. Grooming sessions such as medicated baths can also be therapeutic for many skin conditions and are often prescribed by our vets with great success.

Pet Travel

Traveling with pets is NOT similar to travelling with children, it is much more complicated. Pets experience stress and anxiety when exposed to unfamiliar situations and locations, but more importantly, there is a lot more paperwork, especially for international travel. We at MaxVets offer a solution to all your pet travel worries from microchipping to vaccinations and even health certifications, making your travel experience as easy and comfortable as possible.


Lost your pet when it ran off your lap at the party? Now, you can easily locate your pet using a microchip. A pet microchip is a radio-frequency identification transponder made up of just a few components encased within a slender capsule of bioglass. It is similar to the size of a rice grain. Its sole function is to store a unique ID number that is used to retrieve a pet parent’s contact information. When a microchip scanner is passed over the skin of a microchipped pet, the scanner reads the microchip’s unique ID code.

Pet Shop

Nowadays, we have available a myriad of animals at the pet shops, where we can choose the pet made just for us.

variety of animal supplies and pet accessories are also sold in pet shops. The products sold include: food, treats, toys, collars, leashes, cat litter, cages and aquariums. Some pet stores provide engraving services for pet tags, which have the owner’s contact information in case the pet gets lost. And others even provide tips on training and behavior, as well as advice on pet nutrition


This branch covers all the health care services like diagnosis, therapy, prevention of diseases and injuries, as well as narrow fields such as blood transfusions. Max Vets with its experienced and dedicated professionals offers its best services in healthcare to your beloved companion animals. And for this, we provide the latest equipment and facilities to our vets.


Vaccines are extremely important for your pet. It is one of the easiest ways to help him live a long, healthy life. Not only are there different vaccines for different diseases, there are different types and combinations of vaccines. But it’s risks and benefits must be weighed carefully before deciding to do it. When the vaccine is introduced to the body, the immune system is mildly stimulated. If a pet is ever exposed to the real disease, his immune system is now prepared to recognize and fight it off entirely or reduce the severity of the illness.

These are of two types: core and non-core vaccines. Core vaccines are vital for the pet’s healthy life.

For Dogs: Vaccines for canine parvovirus, distemper, canine hepatitis and rabies are considered core vaccines.

For Cats: Vaccines for panleukopenia (feline distemper), feline calicivirus, felineherpesvirus type I (rhinotracheitis) and rabies are considered core vaccines