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VSH Specialist in Hong Kong

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VSH Hong Kong

About Us

Founded in 2014, Veterinary Specialty Hospital Hong Kong ( was the first specialty referral and emergency practice in Hong Kong. We have since grown into two state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals both located the heart of Hong Kong, which is currently home of more than 500,000 pets.

At VSH, in addition to developing and maintaining outstanding specialty and emergency services for our patients, we strive to build a positive hospital culture that is based on mutual respect and support for our staff. We strongly believe that a great work environment leads to happy employees, better patient care and positive client experiences.

In April 2020, VSH joined the Mars Veterinary Health family, a global network of more than 2000 hospitals and diagnostic labs across 21 countries. We will continue to influence and elevate the level of veterinary medicine in Hong Kong and throughout Asia.


Our team is growing!

We are looking for Board-certified Specialists in Surgery, Anesthesia, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Diagnostic Imaging and Oncology.

Our Hospital

•VSH has two 20,000+ sq ft hospitals located on both sides of the Victoria Harbour in Wan Chai and Ho Man Tin.

•Our in-house compounding pharmacy, VSRx is the first and only compounding pharmacy specialized in veterinary medications in Hong Kong.

•We currently offer 24/7 urgent care & emergency services, as well as specialty services in:

  • Surgery

  • Internal Medicine

  • Ophthalmology

  • Dermatology

  • Cardiology

  • Diagnostic Imaging

  • Anesthesia & Pain Managemen

  • Dentistry

Our Equipment

•Digital Radiography (X-ray)

•Cageside Ultrasound for AFAST/TFAST





•16-slice Computed Tomography (CT)

•1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

About Hong Kong

Hong Kong, also known as Asia's World City, is a vibrant and culturally rich modern metropolis where English is an official language along with Cantonese. Despite having an iconic skyscraper-filled skyline, only 25% of Hong Kong land is developed, making Hong Kong lush with country parks, nature reserves, easy to access beaches and islands. Hong Kong is also a major transport hub in Southeast Asia, a gateway with direct flights to many regional and international locations.