The SPCA has 7 clinics which are located in Wanchai, Ho Man Tin, Sai Kung, Hang Hau, Yuen Long, Mui Wo and Cheung Chau. For details regarding location and opening hours please click here.
3 of our centres with veterinary clinics: Hong Kong (located in Wanchai), Kowloon (in Ho Man Tin) and Sai Kung also have adoption facilities for re-homing of animals. (We have 3 other centres that offer adoption only: the Barking Lot Cafe in Stanley, Sai Kung Adopt-a-pet Centre in Sai Kung and Mong Kok Adopt-a-Pet Centre).
Our Hong Kong Centre is our main centre which provides a large range of facilities to our members:
The Kowloon Centre is SPCA's second largest; based in Ho Man Tin, the facilities compliment those available at our Hong Kong Centre including:
Our Sai Kung Centre boasts full adoption facilities in addition to consulting, surgery, laboratory, x-ray, ultrasonography and hospitalisation facilities. Dr Genevieve Touzel is responsible of overseeing its daily operations. The clinic is open 7 days a week.
Our Hang Hau Centre opens 5 1/2 days per week (Mon-Saturday morning) and is able to provide in-house general surgery in addition to consultation, ultrasonography and laboratory facilities. Dr Heidrun Kraft has the responsibility of running the clinic.
Yuen Long Fairview Centre is our first centre located at Northern New Territories. The centre is capable of providing consultation, surgery and laboratory services and is open 5 1/2 days per week (Mon-Saturday morning). Dr Jeffrey Chu has the responsibility of running the clinic. In addition to our veterinary services, our nearby desexing centre provides an ideal site for carrying out our animal welfare projects in the area.
Our Mui Wo Centre opens 5 days per week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays providing consultation, surgery and minor hospitalisation. In addition full laboratory facilities are available enabling blood samples to be processed on site. Dr Robin Kwok has responsibility of overseeing the daily operations of the clinic.
In April 2012 major renovations at our Cheung Chau Centre were completed. The centre now has separate surgery and consulting rooms and has upgraded its equipment and cages. Dr Sarah Riley has taken over the responsibility of overseeing the running of the clinic which is open every Tuesday and Thursday.
Members can call
Central Vet Booking on
Non-Members can use our vet services by joining on the spot!
All Surplus Funds from our Vet Services Support our Animal Welfare Programmes