Elbow Dysplasia
Scientific activities Ars Veterinaria/Bioibérica: Seminar on Elbow Dysplasia

On 4 October, a one-day seminar on elbow dysplasia was held at the Ars Veterinaria hospital as part of the collaboration between Bioibérica and Ars Veterinaria.

Ophthalmology
Internship in Veterinary Ophthalmology at Ars Veterinary Hospital  

The Ophthalmology Service at Ars Veterinaria Hospital is accepting applications from qualified individuals for a oneyear clinical Ophthalmology Internship. This program is designed to provide an intensive clinical and surgical training experience in Veterinary Ophthalmology supervised by Eva Abarca, ACVO diplomate.

Arrythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy in an english bulldog

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) is a primary heart muscle disease mainly affecting Boxers, although it has also been reported in other breeds with a familial predisposition, such as the English bulldog or the American Staffordshire.

Welcome dog
Welcome to the new Ars Veterinaria webpage

Welcome to the new Ars Veterinaria webpage! Our goal is to keep you up to date on internal as well as scientific news. At the same time, we are very proud to introduce all our Hospital staff.

New Hospital Ars Veterinaria
Ars Veterinaria has moved to a new hospital

We have been caring for our patients at our new Hospital at Carrer Cavallers 37 in Barcelona since September 12. The Hospital has 7 floors with more than 3,000 m² of surface area and 1000 m² of garden area.

Continuing education for referring veterinarians
Continuing education for referring veterinarians

Last January we started the continuing education program for referring veterinarians. Our objective is to share knowledge that enhances our daily practice as well as to bring awareness to new alternative therapies.

imaging services
Ars Veterinaria now has new In-House imaging services

The opening of the new Ars Veterinaria facility has brought some significant changes such as the internalization of the imaging services by incorporating the 1.5T high field Magnetic Resonance (MRI) machine and Computerized Tomography (CT) scan equipment.