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49+ Best Veterinarians in Gurgaon


Dr. Sandeep Yadav

Veterinarian16 Years Exp.
B.V.Sc. & A.H.
₹ 500 at clinic
700 online
Available today: 07:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Dr. Shally Mattoo Jalali

Veterinarian18 Years Exp.
M.V.Sc surgery and radiology, B.V.Sc &A.H
₹ 400 at clinic
500 online
SJ's Pet Care , Gurgaon
Available today: 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
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Dr. Ketaki Toley

Veterinarian14 Years Exp.
B.V.Sc. & A.H.
₹ 300 at clinic
Happy Paws Pet Clinic , Sohna Road , Gurgaon
Available today: 10:00 AM - 05:30 PM
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Dr. Manoj Kumar

Veterinarian7 Years Exp.
₹ 599 at clinic
300 online
Vetic Pet Clinic , Sector-57 , Gurgaon
Available today: 10:00 AM - 07:30 PM
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Dr. Kumar Vikas

Veterinarian24 Years Exp.
B.V.Sc. & A.H., M.V.Sc
₹ 300 at clinic
Pet Works , Bhiwadi , Bhiwadi
Recently consulted for:Neurosurgery In Dogs And Cats
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Dr. V K Jain

Veterinarian25 Years Exp.
₹ 300 at clinic
Pets Detective , Gurgaon
Available today: 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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Dr. Ashok Mahto

₹ 1,200 at clinic
CP VET(Centre Point Pet Hospital Pvt. Ltd. ) , Sushant Lok I , Gurgaon
Available today: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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Dr. Puneet Tripathi

Veterinarian15 Years Exp.
₹ 500 at clinic
2,000 online
Maple , gurgaon
Next Available Slot:
 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM, MON, WED, FRI
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Dr. Ankur Kumar

₹ 400 at clinic
200 online
Paws and ClaWS Pet Clinic,Mini Huda Market , Sector-3 , Gurgaon
Available today: 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Dr. S K Dhingra

Veterinarian44 Years Exp.
Dhingra' Pet Clinic & Boarding Centre , Gurgaon
Available today: 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
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Best Veterinarians in Gurgaon

Doctor's NameClinic FeesLybrate Ratings
Sandeep Yadav₹ 50088
Shally Mattoo Jalali₹ 400NA
Ketaki Toley₹ 300NA
Manoj Kumar₹ 599NA
Kumar Vikas₹ 40091
V K Jain₹ 300NA
Ashok Mahto₹ 1,200NA
Puneet Tripathi₹ 500NA
Ankur Kumar₹ 400NA
S K DhingraFreeNA

Veterinarians in Gurgaon

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Patient reviews for Veterinarians in Gurgaon

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a Veterinarian?

A veterinarian is a health care provider who diagnoses, manages, and treats diseases and health issues in animals. Animals are frequently treated by surgical means. Veterinarians are trained to use cutting edge medical technology and surgical instruments, just as doctors who work in the medical field to help people. Veterinarians work in zoos, research institutes, veterinary hospitals, and other places.

What are the qualifications of a Veterinarian?

A veterinary doctor helps animals heal from injuries, manage illnesses, or maintain general health. A candidate must meet the following requirements to become a certified veterinarian:

Diploma after 10th

After finishing highschool, one may apply for a veterinary diploma program or higher education. With the help of these diploma programs, students can focus on veterinary science or animal husbandry, the academic area that deals with the care of farm animals.

A step ahead to get enrolled in veterinary colleges after 12th

A candidate must have finished their 10+2 in physics, chemistry, and biology with the minimal grade requirements—which may range from 50% to 60%—for many universities in order to be considered for admission to veterinary colleges.

Clear NEET

To be admitted to any medical program in India, applicants must pass the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Undergraduate Level (NEET-UG). You are qualified to take the NEET exam once you have finished either your veterinary diploma program or class 12.

Finish a bachelor's degree program

You can take admission in a bachelor's degree program, Bachelor of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry (BVSc. & A.H.) program, from a veterinary college, after clearing the NEET test with a required cut off. The course typically covers the following topics:

  • Pathology in animals
  • Animal breeding and genetics
  • Veterinary radiology and surgery
  • Livestock management Veterinary medicine
  • Nourishment for animalsObstetrics and gynecology in animals
  • Parasitology in animals
  • Animal medicine microbiology
  • A doctoral or master's degree

A doctorate or master's degree

If you're interested in veterinary sciences or a related profession, go for your master's or doctorate in it. A master's or doctoral degree, though not necessary to become a veterinarian, may help you advance in your field. These degrees include the Master of Science (M.Sc), Master of Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).

Get a permit or license

Candidates must register for a regional or national exam in order to become licensed as veterinarians. Varying places have different licensing requirements depending on where you plan to practice veterinary medicine.

Specialty certificate

A candidate may also select a veterinary speciality in a specific field of veterinary care, including surgery or dentistry. Prior veterinary medical training may be required before you may finish a certification program successfully.

What does a Veterinarian do?

A veterinarian helps animals recover from injuries, fight off infections, manage chronic ailments, and maintain overall health. Their responsibilities may range depending on the area of veterinary medicine they specialize in;

  • Identifying the root cause of an animal's conditions or diseases
  • Choosing a course of treatment or prescribing medications
  • Doing diagnostic tests, such as x-rays and ultrasounds
  • Analysis of medical test results, such as those from blood or urine samples taken from animals
  • Advising animal owners on how to care for their pets
  • Administering vaccinations
  • Treating wounds or repairing fractures
  • Carrying out operations

What diseases do veterinarians treat?

Veterinarians not only diagnose and cure animal ailments, but they also advise farm and home owners on disease prevention techniques, such as how to be safe and healthy when near pets and other animals. The illnesses that veterinarians treat that not only endanger the lives of animals but also humans include:

  • Anthrax
  • Psittacosis/parrot fever
  • Red quarter/black-leg
  • Foot-and-mouth disease
  • Rabies
  • Blue tongue
  • Tetanus
  • Johne's illness

For which symptoms should one consult a Veterinarian?

Always watch out for the following signs that your animal might need medical attention in order to maintain its optimal health and happiness:

  • Changes in stools' color, consistency, odor, or regularity can all be signs of a variety of conditions, including eating the wrong things, allergies, viruses, germs, intestinal parasites, or organ diseases
  • more than one episode of vomiting in a 24-hour period
  • A mouth injury or disease may be the cause of a lack of appetite or refusal to eat
  • breathing problems, such as excessive panting, forced breathing, or particularly shallow breathing
  • If your pet's fur is clear of intruders but you notice hair loss, the issue can be more serious. Hair loss might be an indication of fleas and ticks
  • If your pet has any kind of lumps and bumps on their body, take them to the veterinarian immediately since they could be benign growths, cancerous lesions, or even excruciating bug bites that require immediate diagnosis
  • A wide range of ailments, such as infections, discomfort, and different diseases, might be indicated by lethargy and weariness.

When should I go to the Veterinarian?

If your pet exhibits any of the following signs, get quick medical care from your veterinarian or an emergency veterinary clinic:

  • An injury that may cause open wounds, possible broken bones, or injuries from trauma
  • Stopped breathing or unconsciousness
  • Seizure
  • Sudden collapse or breathing issues
  • Bleeding from mouth, nose, or eyes bleeding
  • Swallowing something harmful
  • Frequent vomiting or vomiting blood
  • Whining or shaking in response to severe pain
  • A tough and bulging abdomen
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Inability to deliver baby
  • Unsteadiness, dragging of the limbs, or inability to stand
  • Suddenly feeling lost
  • Gums are light or pale in color

Do veterinarians provide home consultations?

You can visit to look for a veterinarian in your area and check if they offer consultations at your home. If your veterinarian offers home consultations, you can arrange an appointment with them via Lybrate.

How much does it cost to see a Veterinarian in Gurgaon?

Appointment fees of a veterinarian in Gurgaon may cost you somewhere around INR 200 to 600. You can also click on to know the consultation fees for any veterinarian in Gurgaon or for the one practicing your area.

Can a Veterinarian perform surgeries?

Yes, any licensed veterinarian who has the necessary skills and education can do surgery on animals. Although not every surgery must be performed by a board-certified veterinary surgeon, there are some instances where a specialist is best. The vast majority of veterinarians do routine surgical procedures like neuters and minor mass excisions apart from other kinds of minor surgeries. A qualified veterinarian surgeon will hold either a large animal surgery certification or a small animal surgery certification. The MVsc degree, a two-year postgraduate program that prepares students to practice veterinary surgery, teaches them how to treat and prevent illnesses as well as perform surgery when necessary.

How do I find a Veterinarian in Gurgaon?

You can ask the owners of pets to help you in finding one of the best veterinarians or you can also click on, and find a one for yourself from the list of all veterinarians in Gurgaon.

How to choose a Veterinarian in Gurgaon?

Before choosing a veterinarian, it's crucial to take into account their education, experience, clinic location, accessibility around the clock, and capacity for communication on any given day of the week. On Lybrate, you can select a veterinarian who is ideal for your pet in every aspect. To choose a veterinarian online you can visit and select a veterinarian based on the website’s thorough information on each doctor's detailed profile. You can choose the one who caters to all of your wants and requirements.