Vets / Animal Hospitals in Tokyo

Poste date: Friday, October 21, 2022

If you’ve been in Tokyo for any length of time, you know that pets are popular, in particular, dogs. Of course, along with being pet-crazy, Tokyo has all sorts of animal hospitals and veterinarians to care for those pets when they're sick and not doing well. But, if you don't speak Japanese, this could be a problem for Fido or Fluffy.

To address this concern, we've assembled a list of some animal hospitals and veterinary clinics with English speaking staff that are within easy reach of most apartments or residences in the Tokyo area. These facilities offer a wide variety of services, including veterinary services, vaccinations, grooming, pet boarding, and other services to meet all of you and your pet's needs.

English-Speaking Veterinary Hospitals in the Tokyo Area

Akasaka Animal Hospital

Akasaka Animal Hospital has been serving central Tokyo for 40 years, offering full-service veterinary services, complete pet health care, grooming, and long-term pet boarding for while you're away.

W: https://akasaka-ah-en.com/
A: Akabashi Bldg. 2F. 4-1-29, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
T:03-3583-5852


West Cross Veterinary Hospital

West Cross is dedicated to meeting all of your pet's needs, and to do so in your language. With a dedicated English-speaking staff, this hospital makes sure you can clearly understand the care your pet is receiving and be confident that it is of the highest quality.

W: https://www.westcross.jp/English.html
A: 1-18-7-101 Aobadai, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
T:03-6416-9533


Toranomon Veterinary Clinic

Toranomon Veterinary Clinic is a Family doctor of your dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters and other pet rodents in Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Both doctor and nurse can speak English, so you don't need to take your translator to our clinic.

W: http://toranomonvet.jp/en/
A: 2-5-1, Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-6205-7753


Daktari Animal Hospital

Daktari Animal Hospital – Tokyo Medical Center is an affiliate of the world renowned “Angell Memorial Animal Hospital” in Boston, USA. In addition to a full complement of normal veterinary services, this facility offers 24/7 care with emergency and critical care facilities for when your pet has a true emergency.

Tokyo Medical Center
A: 2F Shirokane Apartment, 5-14-1 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-5420-0012

Yoyogi
A: 1-30-22, Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-5452-3060

Kugayama
A: 3-7-27 Kugayama, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-3334-3536

W: http://www.daktari.gr.jp/en/tokyo.html


Emergency/After-Hours Veterinary Care in Tokyo

Tokyo Animal Clinic 24

If your pet needs emergency medical care and it's not during normal business hours, the ANC is here to care of your pet. They can arrange emergency transportation if needed as well.

W: https://animal24.tokyo/ (Japanese)
A: 2-5-8 Hiratsuka, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-5702-0012
Please note : Hours from 12:00 - 23:00


Daktari Animal Hospital - Tokyo Medical Center

The Daktari Animal Hospital – Tokyo Medical Center is an affiliate of the world renowned “Angell Memorial Animal Hospital” in Boston, USA. In addition to a full complement of normal veterinary services, this facility offers 24/7 care with emergency and critical care facilities for when your pet has a true emergency.

W: http://www.daktari.gr.jp/en/tokyo_access.html
A: 2F Shirokane Apartment, 5-14-1 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
T: 03-5420-0012


TRVA Animal Medical Center

TRVA Animal Medical Center is a cooperative group of 42 veterinarians around Tokyo who provide emergency medical care for pets between 8PM and 6AM. This group’s staff may not be able to speak English so be sure to have a friend who speaks Japanese with you when you call.

W: https://trva.jp/emergency/ (Japanese)
A: 2F, 8−19−12 Okusawa, Setagaya, Tokyo
T: 03-5760-1212


Veterinary Hospitals in the Yokohama Area

Mystar Animal Hospital

Mystar offers standard veterinary care, laser therapy, vaccinations, pet boarding, and other services for cats, dog, rabbits, and other small animals in Yokohama.

W: http://www.mystarhospital.com/ (Japanese)
A: 1-3, Chiyozaki-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
T: 045-622-0201


Additional thoughts on pet care

In order to maintain your pet’s health long-term, there are a number of things you can consider doing. You can schedule regular grooming sessions, to get them clean and also give them stylish pet haircuts if that's what you're looking for. There are also many products, including vitamin supplements and special treats that promote healthy diets and good dental hygiene. You can also enroll your pets in long-term healthcare programs offered by any of the clinics and animal hospitals listed above in order to get regular check-ups and other services that promote lifelong healthy living and well-being.

As with any medical care, please consult with a trained veterinarian regarding any or all of these suggestions for specific guidance concerning your pet's particular situation.

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