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To make an appointment or request information, please call 91 028 29 62 or send an e-mail to


Opening Hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.



ANAA’s forward-looking perspective made it possible to start, more than ten years ago, a very ambitious and beautiful project: to open our own Veterinary Clinic.

An innovative center that would combine our expertise, gained through years of dealing with the most difficult cases, with our personnel’s determination and love for animals. The center would also become a stable source of income that would ensure ANAA’s future as an organization devoted to the rescue and care of stray animals. 100% of profits go to support the animals in our care.

The Clinic consists of a wide reception area, two examination rooms, a preoperative holding area, two fully equipped operating rooms, one hospitalization room, an X-ray machine and an ultrasound scanner, a lab, and the most important thing: a deep love for all animals. We are available for anything your furry friend may need: from vaccines and deworming treatments, to second opinions, diagnosis, follow-up care, surgery or complex treatments.

Our prices are very competitive, as we try to find a balance between providing the best veterinary care possible and helping out stray animals. Remember: everything goes to saving them. There are discounts available for ANAA members and partners. If you are not a member, what are you waiting for? There are many benefits for you and your furry friend: your pets will receive the best veterinary care, and you’ll enjoy the comfort of knowing their health is in good hands, and the gratification of helping other animals.

In addition, in our Veterinary Center we will be able to care for, diagnose and treat some exotic animals such as reptiles (water and earth turtles) and some mammals (rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, hamsters, mice… ).

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Spay and neuter campaigns are one of our main concerns, and we sterilize over 2,000 animals each year.  Because we believe in the need for sterilization as a way to avoid unwanted litters and improve the animal’s overall wellbeing, we offer low cost spay and neuter programs. Proper care for senior dogs is also one of our main focuses, with year-round campaigns.


We also launch different seasonal campaigns focusing on specific problems at that time of the year: early diagnosis and control of leishmaniasis from December to February, or rabies vaccination in June.


We are an organization in constant growth that takes in and cares for more than 3,000 animals each year, which we believe offers great learning and development opportunities. If you are interested in working with us, you can send us your CV to