Finding a Vet in Montenegro
The following is a list of some vets in Montenegro, that Friends of Dogs / Prijatelji Pasa have experience of using, or who work with dog shelters. It is not an exhaustive list and the following link will take you to a full listing of all vets in Montenegro:
Žrtava Fašizma b.b.; Budva (on the Ring road opposite Kuzina Restaurant).
Vets: Blagoja Daskalovski. Mobile no. 069 525591
Suzana Daskalovski. Mobile no. 069 464887
Vet technicians x 4: Sanja, Jovana, Jasmina, Snezana.
Phone: + 382 (0)69144804/+382 (0)69443598
Monday to Friday: 08.00-20.00
Sundays: By arrangement with Vet.
A Friend of Dogs with 2 dogs says about Vet Medica: ”I would recommend Vet Medica with no reservations, they have a very pro-active approach. The practice is well run and has x-ray and routine blood analysis facilities on site in Budva, apart from Rabies which has to be sent away. They are also equipped for surgical procedures in a clinically clean environment. All animal records are computerized. Although they don’t have a chipping device as this has not been required in Montenegro I would expect it would be provided if the governing law is changed. Blagoja speaks excellent English, Suzana has some basic English. The Technicians all have some English. The most rewarding aspect is that they have always remembered my dog’s names!”
Škaljari b.b.; Kotor (turn left just before the tunnel to Tivat, then immediately left again).
Vet: Relja Cetkovic
Phone: +382 (0)69250781; +382 (0)68250781
Fax: +382 (0)32 334930
Monday to Saturday: 09.00 – 14.00;
18.00 – 20.00
A Friend of Dogs with 7 dogs says about Vetport: “ I have always been very happy with the level of care that Relja has given my animals. Although he may lack the “bedside manner” that we are used to in the UK his diagnostic ability has always been excellent and he has successfully treated a couple of my dogs for complicated illnesses and emergencies. Relja and his wife Goca, who works alongside him, both speak good English. They can provide all routine and emergency care, x-ray facilities, ultrasound, surgery, including specialist orthopedic surgery for broken bones, and full diagnostics. They can also provide microchipping, vaccinations and blood testing and complete all forms needed to take a dog to the UK.
“VET MED” d.o.o. Seljanovo b.b; Tivat
Vet: Toni Garbin Phone: +382 (0)32 684412 Fax: +382 (0)32 684412 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Mont Vet” Ulica Spasa Nikolića br.108; Podgorica (near the historic clock tower) Phone: +382 (0)20 625713 Fax: +382 (0)20 625713 e-mail: email@example.com
A Friend of Dogs says about Mont Vet: “This is a clean and friendly vet practice with all modern facilities available. They also work with the local dog shelter and so have experience of dealing with stray dogs. They saved my cat – now 10 years old – when she was a tiny sickly abandoned kitten and there was no-one else prepared to try and treat her!“
ka 2; Meljine; Herceg Novi
Phone/fax: +382 (0)31 348 601
Phone: +382 (0)31 678 111
Boško Medić Mob: +382 (0)69 041 097;
+382 (0)67 041 097
Dušanka Milošević: +382 (067 667 016
Monday to Saturday: 8 – 8pm (check after 3 pm if the vet is there as it may be only the technician on some days.)
A Friend of Dogs says about Mont Vet: They have an xray machine (€30 per x-ray) and do microchipping. There is a vet and technician. They are located just off the roundabout in Meljine – the turning towards Bosnia and then first left, on the corner. They are extremely professional and efficient vets – they did a fantastic job of sterilizing our dog when she was a pup. Bosko can come across as a little brusque and not very warm, but is a good vet. Duska is sweet and very helpful.
Ulica Majke Tereze, 85360, Ulcinj
Vet: Dr Khemal Ravja Tel 00382 (0)30 412 763
Mobile: 00382 (0) 69031537
Fax: 00382 (0)30 401 413
This vet currently has the contract to provide services to Azil. If you have any comments or questions about vet care at the shelter you can ask the shelter to contact him.