Pointer Clinic Estepona
Pointer Clinic Estepona offers a high standard of veterinary care in a small, friendly, personal and professional animal clinic in Estepona.
More than 25 years of experience in compassionate veterinary care
The staff at Nazli’s Pointer Clinic are dedicated to their work, enjoy caring for the welfare of the patients, and undergo continuous training to maintain the quality and standard of care on offer. You are always welcome at this vet in Estepona, where your pets are always treated as if they were their own.
The clinic offers a wide range of services and products for all of your pets needs from surgery to dental care. Vaccinations are a yearly requirement for dogs, cats and ferrets in Spain, which can start from 6 weeks old for puppies and from 9 weeks for kittens. Nazli and her staff are happy to answer all of your vaccination questions.
The core services offered by the clinic are:
Dogs: the clinic has over 25 years of compassionate service supporting dogs from around the world right here in Estepona. No matter what breed your pet is, you can be assured that Pointer Clinic Estepona has the experience to provide top care to your family friend.
Cats: the clinic has over 25 years of compassionate service supporting cats from around the world right here in Estepona. No matter what breed your pet is, you can be assured that this clinic has the experience to provide top care to your family friend.
Safety: this area of the Costa del Sol has some unique dangers that need to be taken into serious consideration with your pet. For example, have you heard about the infamous processional caterpillar? Your pets life could be in danger if you don't understand this venomous creature.
Store: retail products are readily available at the clinic which are high-quality and tested by the staff. Here you'll find everything from day to day articles, like food and bedding, to the fun stuff that you'll use when you take your pet for a walk on the beach or in the mountains.
The clinic does what they can to help the stray animal population. Although it no longer has the space to keep and re-home kittens, it does offer its own "Stray Animal Fund" to cover the costs of operating on stray cats or dogs in the local area.
In the past, the clinic has sterilized all of the local cats that it could trap, and also stray wild dogs in the area. Nazli and the team give their own time for free for this effort and donations are very much appreciated to cover the cost of medication and anaesthetics. They have their own collection tin at reception at the clinic, or if you want to donate directly to the fund, please follow this link directly to their Paypal account.
Even the smallest amount of loose change adds up and makes a difference.
Pointer Clinic Estepona has recently moved to a brand-new location in Estepona, which you can see below. Make sure you take note of this before your visit.
Also, the clinic offers a unique downloadable App for your mobile phone which offers full details about the clinic, appointments and services. A great timesaver to have on your mobile device when you need it.
You can also listen to vet Nazli on the Talk Radio Europe radio show: Pets, Vets & Guests every Saturday 10-11 AM. 88.9fm and 91.9fm on the Costa del Sol, and 98.7 in Gibraltar & Sotogrande. It's a super way to keep up to date on all the latest topics affecting pets on the Costa del Sol
In case of emergencies, call +34 689 069 502
With so many Marbella veterinarians to choose from, you will be sure to get the best care at Pointers Estepona, where all the staff are multilingual - including English. Go with a vet in Marbella that you can trust to give proper care in a safe and loving environment.
Pointer Clinic Estepona, A7 km 160.5
Tel: +34 95 280 4165
Louise: "Professional vet!"
We went to Nazli's Pointer Clinic in the Escuela Ecuestre and were pleasantly surprised by the professional client and patient registration and the clean and pleasant atmosphere...
Inge: "High standards!"
Since my move to Spain I had problems finding a good veterinary clinic that had the same standards as I was used to in the Netherlands...