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Hi and thanks for all of the good info here. Does anyone on this forum have experience with a veterinary orthopedic specialist in the Zurich area? I found this link but haven't seen them mentioned elsewhere: http://www.ecvs.org/animal-owners/sp..._submit=Search

I have a dog with elbow dysplasia who has had arthroscopic surgery and stem cell treatment. You wouldn't know there was anything wrong with him if you watched him run around but he will need continued monitoring and possibly additional stem cell treatment - bonus points if anyone has any experience with the latter, esp. with frozen cells already banked in the US.
For something this specialized I would go first to the Tierspital, the veterinary hospital of the University of Zürich:
http://www.tierspital.uzh.ch/index.html

You likely will need to speak to one of the professors - who are surprisingly accessible. (Especially if the case is 'interesting'.) These folks will know who in Switzerland - or even elsewhere in Europe - is best placed to help your doglet.

Bring all your records, and if possible have your US vet team write up a dossier on his treatment history and current plan.

All the best to you and your doglet.
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Re: The Vet Thread (Recommendations)

Thanks, Meloncollie. Maybe stem cells will be 'interesting' for them. I hope we're a few more years away from 'more interesting' with joint replacement. The current cutting edge procedure for that (the TATE elbow) is only done in the US, I think - and best done by the creator in Sun Valley.
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Re: The Vet Thread (Recommendations)

Your question on stem cell therapy has piqued my interest (because I know absolutely nothing about it ), so I did a bit of googling and found this company, a veterinary stem cell bank:
http://www.vetcelleurope.ch

The 'information for owners' link lists these practices:
http://www.vetcelleurope.ch/fuer-besitzer

Now - this is only info garnered from my friend Google - so please take it as nothing more than that.

Perhaps you could have your vet in the US investigate?

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I'd still recommend speaking with the Tierspital first, as the university is has an excellent reputation for veterinary research in Switzerland. (I've been very happy with the treatment we have received at the Tierspital.)

Here it would also be good for your vet in the US to speak to one of the professors.

Also found this:
http://www.dkv.unibe.ch/content/klei...index_ger.html

The University Bern Veterinary School (another excellent institution) is doing research into the use of stem cell therapy. Another possible contact.

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And if I might ask: once you find a vet who can provide the care your dog needs, could you update this thread? I think yours is the only stem cell therapy request I've ever seen on EF.
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Thanks and will do. In the meantime, I'm happy to be a resource on elbow dysplasia. The diagnosis isn't always the first thing primary vets get to with the symptoms and there are promising options for treatment but you have to see a specialist and, when it comes to surgery, skill counts for a lot.
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I know the title of this thread is about recommendations, but I feel compelled to post about a vet to avoid if possible.

We had a vet emergency this morning, (looks to be a dental problem) and our regular vet is on holiday and there is someone standing in but no one we know. Since we moved we have been thinking finding someone a bit closer anyways. So we called the vet clinic in Bad Zurzach which is nearer to us and got an appointment straight away.

There was parking right outside. It is an older clinic, there is no reception area and a very small waiting room. Once in the exam room, it was clear that not only was this used as the office area as the phone system was there, but the xray and even where other animals are kept. (there was a cat in a cage, and although the cage was covered the cat was frantic). This entire situation made Abby really nervous.

The doctor confirmed it was likely a tooth but said he does not have the right equipment to x-ray it. He said he would just pull the tooth he thought was the problem.

Having had the same problem with Cassie, we knew that even with an xray, the problem can be more extensive. We took Cassie to a special dental veterinarian in Germany and in the end she had 2 teeth pulled and the infection was in the bone. So it was worse than the initial xrays taken by our regular vet. We told the doctor we would take Abby to the specialist and he had never heard of him ! He gave Abby an antibitic shot and some antibiotic pills to send us on our way.

Abby started to move a bit back on the exam table and suddenly the entire table tilted upward like a teeter totter with Abby at the bottom. She wasn't hurt but a corner of the table caught my leg. That was no pleasant.

Abby has an appointment at the dental specialist on Wednesday. They will take the xrays and do what is needed.

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has anybody had experience with a vet in Saint Louis? I know there is one in the main street but don't know about english or recommendations?
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Re: The Vet Thread (Recommendations)

I would like to recommend a very good vet: http://www.kleintier-praxis.ch/

I'm very very picky with vets, mainly because I have a couple of litters (cats) per year. I do it since 13 years and it happens to have an emergency (like a C-section) or to have a kitten with some weird symptoms.
The difference between a good vet and a bad one really makes a huge difference.

After spending 5 years in Zurich, and having a couple of bad experiences I have finally found since about 1 year a very good, competent vet. He also cares very much about his little patients... so much that he does not take much vacation just to provide the best assistance.

He is also a very straightforward and direct person. I consider that a good thing, but well, you are warned :P

As he is a single vet (and not a huge clinic) the prices are lower, even if the quality is much higher (at least based on my personal experience).

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Re: The Vet Thread (Recommendations)

A recommendation for those in ZG and surrounding areas of ZH and SZ:

Kleintierpraxis myVets GmbH
Knonauerstrasse 54
6330 Cham
Tel. 041 780 28 28

http://www.myvets.ch

Dr Alexander Gerold, the internal medicine specialist who has been taking care of the Muttley Crew for years at the Spezialistinklinik, has just opened his own practice, along with Dr Alexandra Lierau (general medicine), Dr Yuri Béosier (specialist surgery), and Dr Isabelle Zulauf (specialist in small mammals, reptiles, birds). This is a full-service practice.

I think the world of Dr Gerold, as (most importantly) do the mutts. He has seen us through some very difficult illnesses, I know my dogs are always in good hands with him.

Dr Béosier did Haifisch's amputation, a difficult operation and a complete success. He has also consulted on the Belltie's mobility issues. Dr Lierau saw Hooligan on one of our emergency occasions some years ago - I was quite impressed with her as well. I met Dr Zulauf yesterday, and liked her very much.

The myvets partners are all highly skilled vets who are very customer-focused, putting the animal and owner front and center. It's very important to me that a vet sees me as a partner in my dogs' care - the myvets team certainly do this.

The practice has just opened; I was there yesterday with the Belltie. It's an easily accessible location, both by public transport and by car, with parking in front of the practice.

All the partners are happy to consult in English. Also French, Italian and Dutch - and of course German - as well.

I whole-heartedly recommend the myvets team. (As do Hooligan and the Belltie. ) A fantastic resource for pet owners in the area.
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My husband and I just moved to Onnens in the Fribourg Canton and are trying to find a good vet in or very near Fribourg. I scanned through these threads but didn't see any recommendations for a good vet close to us (unless I missed something). Does anyone have any suggestions?!

We moved here with one nice cat , one mean cat , and one very sweet little rat terrier dog . All we need right now is a vet who can scan their European ISO microchips and register them on ANIS. Neither of us speaks German or French yet, so we would prefer someone who at least speaks enough English to help us with this.

As a side note...has anyone heard of Dr. Dirk Hamburger? We found his contact info here http://www.tierdatenbank.ch/cms/de/a...-freiburg.html and made an appt with him within 10 days of our arrival to Switzerland. When we called him the first week of July, he quoted us 50 CHF just to scan the dog. We didn't even think about scanning the cats at that time (we were a bit overwhelmed and they were indoors). We kept our appt the day after calling him. When we arrived at his office, we waited for quite some time before he saw us (though there was absolutely nobody else in his entire office, not even a staff member), but then he quickly scanned our dog, found her European chip, reviewed our paperwork, and assured us he'd enter her ISO # in the ANIS database. He said we'd receive paperwork a few days later with confirmation she'd been registered and we could log into their site at that time to confirm her registration. He "offered" to have us pay that day. The price he gave was 40 CHF, which was a bit strange that it was lower than his quoted price, but then he told us he could only accept cash. Now, I don't know about Switzerland, but in the US, that's a huge red flag! He didn't push it though and since we said we didn't have that much cash with us (we did), he offered to mail us a bill. We agreed. Now, 3 weeks later, we still haven't received a bill, we haven't received confirmation of our dog's registration with ANIS, and when I checked their website today, there's no record of our dog. When I tried to call the vet's office today, I first got your typical sounds of a disconnected phone number all morning, then finally this afternoon, a gal answered but the connection was so bad it sounded like a Boeing 777 was overhead and she only spoke French. I could only repeat Dr. Hamburger's name, to which she just said "non".
Has anyone heard of this vet? Is he even legit?!
Here's his info:
Dr. méd. vét. Dirk Hamburger
chemin des Kybourg 10
1700 Fribourg
Tel.: 026 481 28 69
Fax: 026 481 29 64
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My husband and I just moved to Onnens in the Fribourg Canton and are trying to find a good vet in or very near Fribourg. I scanned through these threads but didn't see any recommendations for a good vet close to us (unless I missed something). Does anyone have any suggestions?!

We moved here with one nice cat , one mean cat , and one very sweet little rat terrier dog . All we need right now is a vet who can scan their European ISO microchips and register them on ANIS. Neither of us speaks German or French yet, so we would prefer someone who at least speaks enough English to help us with this.

As a side note...has anyone heard of Dr. Dirk Hamburger? We found his contact info here http://www.tierdatenbank.ch/cms/de/a...-freiburg.html and made an appt with him within 10 days of our arrival to Switzerland. When we called him the first week of July, he quoted us 50 CHF just to scan the dog. We didn't even think about scanning the cats at that time (we were a bit overwhelmed and they were indoors). We kept our appt the day after calling him. When we arrived at his office, we waited for quite some time before he saw us (though there was absolutely nobody else in his entire office, not even a staff member), but then he quickly scanned our dog, found her European chip, reviewed our paperwork, and assured us he'd enter her ISO # in the ANIS database. He said we'd receive paperwork a few days later with confirmation she'd been registered and we could log into their site at that time to confirm her registration. He "offered" to have us pay that day. The price he gave was 40 CHF, which was a bit strange that it was lower than his quoted price, but then he told us he could only accept cash. Now, I don't know about Switzerland, but in the US, that's a huge red flag! He didn't push it though and since we said we didn't have that much cash with us (we did), he offered to mail us a bill. We agreed. Now, 3 weeks later, we still haven't received a bill, we haven't received confirmation of our dog's registration with ANIS, and when I checked their website today, there's no record of our dog. When I tried to call the vet's office today, I first got your typical sounds of a disconnected phone number all morning, then finally this afternoon, a gal answered but the connection was so bad it sounded like a Boeing 777 was overhead and she only spoke French. I could only repeat Dr. Hamburger's name, to which she just said "non".
Has anyone heard of this vet? Is he even legit?!
Here's his info:
Dr. méd. vét. Dirk Hamburger
chemin des Kybourg 10
1700 Fribourg
Tel.: 026 481 28 69
Fax: 026 481 29 64

You could try this vet.

Berther Mathias


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route de Corbaroche 14
1723 Marly
Phone: 026 436 46 13 Fax: 026 436 52 30

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He used to be our vet when we had a cat. He speaks good English, although I don't think any of his staff do. He's a fair way from your base though.

Dr. Hamburger is listed in the phone book so I guess he's legit. Bills tend to be sent out towards the end of the month as they're usuallly paid on the 28th of the month so you might get something in the next few days.
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Re: The Vet Thread (Recommendations)

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The paperwork comes from ANIS. IIRC, it once took 6-8 weeks to receive the registration papers of one of my dogs. Sometimes they are rather slow with paperwork, I wouldn't worry yet.

If you wish to contact ANIS write them at info@anis.ch. Go ahead and write in English; likely someone will respond in kind. Worse case you'll get a reply in German or French, which you can then easily run through a translator program.

And as for the cash thing - not quite the same red flag here as in the US. Some small businesses still work on a cash or bill at the end of the month basis. Sort of a holdover from the good ol' days, which is sadly disappearing as times - and 'Zahlungsmoral' - changes.
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The paperwork comes from ANIS. IIRC, it once took 6-8 weeks to receive the registration papers of one of my dogs. Sometimes they are rather slow with paperwork, I wouldn't worry yet.

If you wish to contact ANIS write them at info@anis.ch. Go ahead and write in English; likely someone will respond in kind. Worse case you'll get a reply in German or French, which you can then easily run through a translator program.

And as for the cash thing - not quite the same red flag here as in the US. Some small businesses still work on a cash or bill at the end of the month basis. Sort of a holdover from the good ol' days, which is sadly disappearing as times - and 'Zahlungsmoral' - changes.
Ok...I was mostly worried because I logged into the ANIS website today as a guest just to confirm our dog had been registered but there was no record of her. I assumed that if the vet had actually completed the registration process, that her info would already be available on the ANIS site. It sounds like that is not the case, especially if it can take them 6-8 weeks to do the paperwork. Thank you for the info! I'll try to be patient...but I'll also shoot them an email. If they respond in French/German, it's ok; Google Translate and I are like old friends already.
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You could try this vet.

Berther Mathias

médecin-vétérinaire consultations sur rendez-vous
route de Corbaroche 14
1723 Marly
Phone: 026 436 46 13 Fax: 026 436 52 30

*m_berther@bluewin.ch

He used to be our vet when we had a cat. He speaks good English, although I don't think any of his staff do. He's a fair way from your base though.

Dr. Hamburger is listed in the phone book so I guess he's legit. Bills tend to be sent out towards the end of the month as they're usuallly paid on the 28th of the month so you might get something in the next few days.
It sounds like I should give Dr. Hamburger and ANIS a bit more time before jumping the gun and hauling all 3 of the critters in to see a new vet. Thank you for the info about the billing cycle...I didn't realize that! I'm going to email ANIS and if we don't hear anything from the vet or them in the next couple of weeks, we'll call and schedule an appt with the vet you recommended in Marly.
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Nice Vets practice in Zurich, Albisreiden area:


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The paperwork comes from ANIS. IIRC, it once took 6-8 weeks to receive the registration papers of one of my dogs. Sometimes they are rather slow with paperwork, I wouldn't worry yet.

If you wish to contact ANIS write them at info@anis.ch. Go ahead and write in English; likely someone will respond in kind.
Just touching base with an update on Dr. Hamburger, the vet in Fribourg...it's been almost 2 months since we first took our dog to Dr. Hamburger to have her scanned and registered with ANIS. I never did get a response from ANIS, never received a bill from the vet, and confirmed on the ANIS website that our dog was never registered. Our neighbors' relatives recommended Dr. Pierre Pidoux in a nearby village. I'm happy to report that I was able to schedule a vet appt for both of our cats and dog with an English speaking vet tech (another vet tech also speaks English) and they scanned all 3 pets for registration with ANIS, which they completed this week (though the website obviously hasn't been updated yet). I didn't meet with the vet himself but was very happy with the facility and both techs. They set me up with tick and flea meds and were incredibly helpful, even calling me back after the visit to notify me of a social work job posting in the local paper. Amazing! We'll definitely be taking our pets there for as long as we remain in Switzerland. Here's the vet contact info:

Dr. Pierre Pidoux
Le Péleret 66
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I can recommend a fantastic Vet close to Zürich in Adliswil:

Dr. Andreas Hagen
Zürichstrasse 1
8134 Adliswil
Tel: 044 709 06 66

I've had great experience with all vets working at the practice and they have extended opening hours on Tuesdays, suitable for the working world
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I'll add my recommendation for this vet practice as well. Even though we were only there for a rabies shot reinforcement, the doctor was so kind to my (literal) scaredy cat! He also looked carefully at his shots history and explained the differences to the Swiss dosages (rabies shots here are good for three years, for example, instead of annual), discussed a reinforcements plan, gave him an overall check-up and all of this for a very reasonable fee.
No wonder he was almost booked solid until the end of the year.

The receptionist speaks English as well and is also very nice.

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We have been very happy with our vet here in Zurich. He speaks fluent English and some of his staff does as well. Our dog had minor surgery a month ago and the care was top-notch. His contact information:

Dr. Norbert Frei
Freiestrasse 148a
Zurich
044 422 40 73

He has a partner in the clinic who we also saw for a leg injury. She also speaks fluent English. I appreciated that she didn't jump to expensive x-rays, surgery, etc. After a thorough exam, she gave great advice on caring for the leg and was available for follow-up (which we didn't need, thankfully).
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Hello
does anyone have a recommendation for a vet in Valais - we are based in Champery so would be happy to travel to Aigle etc.

We are about to get a cocker spaniel and so it would be good to get a vet on board!

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Can't recommend any, but here is a lit for the area. Enjoy your doglet

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Bex
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Mrs. Dr. Françoise Blanc Huwiler Cabinet Vétérinaire

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Mr. Roberto Ré

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Mrs. Christine Daves Vétérinaire

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Mrs. Anne-Françoise Besse Vétérinaire

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Mrs. Elvira Schmid Vétérinaire

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Thanks Odile... I'll get researching!
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