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We treat a wide range of animals - dogs, cats, small mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and other exotic pets. 

We recommend that you make an appointment to minimise waiting time. We accept walk-ins, however we hope you understand that those with appointments will be given priority. 

House Calls
House calls can be arranged if you have difficulty bringing your pets in. Please book with us in advance as this service is subject to vet availability.

Emergency cases will be attended to immediately during our operating hours, however we advise calling ahead so that we can better prepare for your pet's arrival.
Please provide us with as much information as possible: including your name and pet's name, contact number, cause of emergency, and estimated time of arrival.


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Vaccinations are an integral part of your pet’s health and can prevent serious or potentially fatal infectious diseases. They are weakened strains of infectious viruses and bacteria that are usually given in the form of an injection. Upon administration, they challenge the immune system to produce sufficient antibodies to build immunity. We provide routine vaccinations for dogs, cats as well as for international pet exports.


Dog vaccinations
Puppies usually require 3 puppy vaccinations. Ideally their first vaccination should be done at 6-8 weeks old, followed by their second jab at 10-12 weeks old, then their final jab at 14-16 weeks old. After completion of puppy vaccinations, dogs should be vaccinated annually. You should wait at least 2 weeks after the last booster before bringing your puppy out to public areas.

Our Core Vaccines :

- Distemper

- Adenovirus

- Leptospirosis

- Parvovirus

- Parainfluenza

Non-Core Vaccines:

- Rabies

- Kennel Cough

Cat vaccinations
Kittens required 3 kitten vaccinations as well. Ideally their first vaccination should be done at 6-8 weeks old, followed be their second jab at 10-12 weeks old, then their final jab at 14-16 weeks old. Adult vaccinations are then performed annually.

Our Core Vaccines: 

- Herpes Virus

- Calicivirus

- Chlamydophilus

- Parvovirus

Exportation Check

At Allpets & Aqualife clinic, we work with clients and pet exportation agents to help ease the process of exportation for your beloved pets. We ask that you do research in advance and provide all documents during the checks including any information on required treatments. 

However as the requirements for pet exportation vary from country to country, and may change without notice, this can be quite confusing for everyone. Our advice is to work with a professional pet exportation agent and start the process as early as possible. We all want our pets to travel and arrive safely at their destination.

Click here to go to the NParks website for more information. 


We provide microchipping for dogs, cats and most other animals. In Singapore it is mandatory for all dogs to be microchipped. Microchipping is very helpful in the event your pet goes missing, so long as you register it.

For dogs, owners are required to complete the registration process on their own with NParks. More information about applying for a licence and registering your dog's microchip can be found here.


For cats, owners can register the microchip with both NParks and/or with SPCA.