Top class. Have put even a chip for International Tavel.
Why? By checking in after you’ve visited a place you let others know this place is still functional. You can also add or correct any information.
No English speakers, but we showed the certificates we had and didn’t have any problems. It was 1000 pesos total for both dogs to get health certificate to enter Belize and rabies booster. They said Belize wouldn’t accept the 3 year booster that was still current. They also did a brief checkover of the dogs (took temperature, looked in ears, etc).
They also stock royal canin food but said Belize might not let a new bag in.
Nosso cachorro foi atacado por outro cachorro em Bacalar no dia 02 de Janeiro, era um dos poucos que estavam abertos nesse dia. Ele tem profissionais muito bons, cuidaram bem demais do nosso Zed, tiramos raio X e fizemos tudo por lá mesmo. Os preços são bem acessíveis.Report Check-In
Walked in with dog papers ( proof of rabies vac and flea drops ) and asked for travel permit paperwork. I sat for about 20 min while they worked on printer. Then they handed me stamped/signed health statements. I saw no vet. Dogs never came inside. Paid $500p. Spent 30 min. Very clean. Very busy place.Report Check-In
Quick visit to get our health certificates to enter Belize. No problems. 250 pesos/dog. Cash or credit card accepted. Staff primarily speaks Spanish. We did not have anyone or see the vet who spoke English. We walked in without an appointment.
Hours 9am-2pm and then 4-8pm Monday-Saturday.
Top class vet. He was even able to place a chip for International Travel.Report Check-In
Great vet who also spoke English! A little expensive for Mexican standards but still cheap. Clean and professional. They were closed at 2p but re-opened at 4:30p.Report Check-In