Please keep in mind that these recommendations do not apply to all regions at all times as the situation is constantly changing, depending on the epidemiological risk in the area. We encourage you to keep up to date with the advice from your government and local veterinary authority.
These precautions are recommended to protect people; there is currently no evidence that pets can be infected or transmit/spread the new coronavirus.
Plakentia Veterinary Clinic offers emergency services and intensive-care hospitalization 24/7 all year round.
Our dedicated emergency veterinarians and support staff are skilled and qualified to offer after hours veterinary care to ill and injured companion animals.
1 Voiotias Street & 31 Al. Panagouli (Doukissis Plakentias metro station area)
15343, Agia Paraskevi, Athens - Attica
At Plakentia Veterinary Clinic, we provide general medical support along with specialized services per scientific field, to ensure high quality veterinary care for companion animals. Our Clinic operates in line with the high scientific standards employed by veterinary clinics abroad and in par with human specialist hospitals. We could not accept the fact that in our country, a similar medical unit for companion animals did not exist!
Plakentia Veterinary Clinic embraces the vision and dream stemming from a successful course of more than 30 years in the field of veterinary practice. The modern building and state-of-the-art equipment of the Clinic, our skilled veterinary professionals, the 24 hour emergency and hospitalization services, result in immediate, timely diagnosis with an as much as possible painless treatment and effective healing.
You see, companion animals cannot always comprehend what is happening to them. Quite often, the disease is an unexplainable and uncomfortable situation to them. We take this seriously into account and do our best so that this "unexplainable" lasts short and with the least possible pain.
Plakentia Veterinary Clinic is addressed to all those who share our vision and to the pet guardians who want to offer the best to their pets.
“At Plakentia Veterinary Clinic we believe that our little patient friends deserve to have a timely and accurate diagnosis, a specialized treatment based on their particular needs and a state-of-the-art hospitalization”
We are always here
when you need us!
At Plakentia veterinary hospital we create a world where patient companion animals and their guardians can benefit from the advancements of the veterinary science and the contemporary way of our Clinic’s operation.
Our aim is to provide the best possible care to our sick or injured friends, just as we would do for the rest of our family members. We believe that when we place the needs of our patient pets to the center of our attention, they in turn give us back in their own unique way all the affection that we offer to them.
The same goes for their guardians…
Blue was admitted in our clinic as an emergency, escorted by Miss Orfanou. The case was critical; Blue had been vomiting, she was depressed and anorexic. A diagnosis of diabetic ketoacidosis with concurrent pancreatitis was reached. Following hospitalization in the intensive care unit of our clinic and a lot of effort from the veterinarians, nurses and Blue herself, she was finally able to return home. Frequent rechecks and glucose measurements were required until the ideal dose of insulin for Blue was found. Three months later, Blue was readmitted due to acute blindness. Cataract was diagnosed in both eyes and it was surgically treated with success. Since then, Blue enjoys playing like her healthy friends, while receiving her daily treatment for diabetes.
Candy was 10-years-old when she suffered from advanced periodontal disease and a 3rd degree heart murmur. However, being a geriatric patient did not prevent her from receiving the dental care she needed. A dental cleaning was performed under general anesthesia. A few months later, during spring, Candy was admitted once again due to a sudden onset of coughing. Two grass awns were found in the oral cavity; one was removed from each tonsil. The awns are usually found in the paws, nostrils or ears of our little friends during summer and require immediate treatment. Ms. Pinatsi trusts the veterinarians and nurses of our clinic for the treatment and hospitalization of her beloved pets, as well as many of the stray dogs and cats she fosters.
Miss Athina Stamatopoulou visited the clinic in 2017 with Johnny, a 4-year-old male cat. He was unable to urinate for the past few days, until he was diagnosed with idiopathic cystitis. He responded well to his treatment and fully recovered. Since then, Miss Stamatopoulou working together with Mr. Roumpeas and the rest of the veterinary team of our clinic, have treated the rest of her feline friends: Lisa who was suffering from chronic renal disease, hepatitis and FIV; Jenny who gave birth to three healthy cats by caesarean section; Johnny Junior who faced feline parvovirus; Mavroulis who was diagnosed with triaditis; Billy after a spinal injury and Coco who swallowed a foreign body.