Pet Registration Campaign Extended

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There has been a great response from the community to the new pet registration campaign with over 100 pet owners already completed the registration process.

The medical check and micro-chipping part of the registration for cats and dogs will continue to be free until October 31, 2018. The annual registration fee of SAR150 will also be waived during this period.

Vet Clinic Opening hours

Based on feedback from pet owners the Vet will soon be open on Saturdays. The new schedule is for the same number of operating hours each week. Commencing October 8, 2018, the vet will be operating his new and regular hours, Monday and Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Vet Clinic.

Making an appointment

To make an appointment online, please visit Pets in our Community for booking instructions and link. As a reminder, walk-in appointments are strictly for sick pets. For Emergency Services send a message via WhatsApp to 0541352556.

Additional Pet FAQs

Community Life would like to thank pet owners who attended the CommunityLife@KAUST “Pets in our Community” forum that was held on the evening of September 19. At the forum Community Life staff were on hand to answer questions about the pet guidelines and registration process. Community members also provided feedback and suggestions on how to improve pet services and facilities at KAUST.

We will be updating the Pet FAQs and Pets in our Community webpage shortly in response to the questions and issues raised at the forum by pet owners.

 

Regards

Chris Sealey
Vice President Community Life

Community Life
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1 COMMENT

  1. I don’t understand why the registration fee is annual. We don’t register each year to KAUST Health. Why should our pets? Once registered, they are registered. According to me, owners should register new pets to play according the the new regulation. This is a bit ridiculous. I believe the registration fee and the high prices the vet charges will be enough money raised to cover for the expenses and to provide better vet services to the community.

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