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Browse through our collection of articles providing you with free pet first aid, health tips, advice, vet-approved pet supplies list, second opinion of cases sent by our readers,  and inspirational stories of pets and pet parents who fought medical diseases and conditions together

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If you’re interested to have an in-depth understanding of your pet’s body, behavior and well being from a veterinarian’s point of view, we offer a range of practical courses in video form. If you’re the hypochondriac pet parent who’ gets paranoid with a simple rash on your puppy’s skin, this is for you.

How May I Help You?

Are you planning on acquiring a new puppy or kitten? 

Do you want to check if you are raising your pet to a good standard, based on a veterinarian’s standpoint? 

Is your pet sick and do you want to know more of it?

Whatever your reason is, you’ve come to the right place. Taking care of an animal in Manila requires no experience, but preparing ahead or having a review of how you are managing your pet’s life from sunrise to sunset for the next ten to fifteen years, is something you should not take lightly.

Start learning today.

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First Aid

Vomit. Diarrhea. Itchy skin. Painful eye. Head shaking. Dehydration. Collapse.
What to do next?

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Looking for the best dog food? Who are Manila's dog and cat specialists? Browse Manila Vet's lists of recommendations, based on the author's years of clinical experience and network.

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Second Opinion

Is your pet sick? Do you have many questions in mind? Browse through our collection of common dog and cat diseases in the Philippines, and find answers to things that worry you.



Developed by Dr. Van Denn Cruz, Manila Vet was launched in response to the COVID19 pandemic in 2020. The author recognizes the need for Filipino pet owners to have an immediate access to reliable veterinary advice from the internet, given the presence of dubious online solutions that horrifies the veterinary profession. He wishes to help provide a solution to the uncertainty of having an accessible veterinarian in times of emergency behind a backdrop of an epidemic crisis.

Manila Vet is dedicated to the health and well-being of dogs and cats in the Philippines. The website strives to be packed with information useful to those who care for their pets from the beginnings of life all the way to the late stages of a pet’s lifetime.

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