Welcome to Audain's Small Animal Hospital

Learn About Us

Why Choose Us?

Choose our vet clinic for experienced staff, advanced technology, comprehensive services, personalized and compassionate care, commitment to preventive care, client education, and high-quality pet healthcare.

State-of-the-Art Technology

We use advanced technology and equipment to provide the best possible treatments for your pet.

Comprehensive Services

We offer these services to meet all your pet's healthcare needs, from routine check-ups to emergency care.

Personalized Care

We provide personalized care to meet your pet's unique needs.

About Us

If you are looking for high-quality veterinary care for your pet, we invite you to visit our clinic to learn more about our services and how we can help keep your pet healthy and happy for years to come.

Quality Care

Our commitment to providing the highest quality healthcare for pets, and our experienced and compassionate veterinary team.

Preventive Care

Our emphasis on preventive care, education, and building relationships with our clients and their pets, to ensure that every furry companion receives the best possible care throughout their life.

Comprehensive Range of Services

Our comprehensive range of veterinary services, including routine check-ups, advanced treatments, and emergency care, all tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual pet.


Here is a list of services we offer.

Wellness exams

Regular check-ups with us can help catch health problems early and keep your pet in good health.

    Blood Pressure


    Pulse Oximetry (SPO2)

    Dietary Consultation

    Preventative Care Orientation


Vaccinations are an important part of preventive care for pets, helping to protect them from serious and potentially life-threatening diseases. We recommend a vaccination schedule for your pet based on their age, lifestyle, and risk factors.

Surgical procedures

Here at Audain's Hospital we offer a range of surgical procedures, from routine spays, neuters and tumor removal to more complex surgeries such as hernia repair, amputation, orthopedic surgeries & more.

Diagnostic services

We offer a range of diagnostic services, including complex blood count (CBC), comprehensive blood chemistry test, kidney & liver profile, urine analysis, ultrasounds, & more such as orthoscopic, endoscopic and colonoscopic services. These tests can help us diagnose health problems and develop a treatment plan.

Emergency care

Our hospital offer emergency care for pets who are seriously injured or sick. This includes a critical care room, and hospitalization of pets. If your pet experiences a medical emergency, it's important to seek veterinary care as soon as possible.

Veterinary Training

Veterinary training encompasses a combination of theoretical learning and practical training, covering areas such as anatomy, pharmacology, and surgical techniques.


Take a look at some of our product lines.

Food Supplies

Choose the best food products for your pet.

Food supplies may include prescription diets, over-the-counter pet foods, treats, and supplements, carefully selected for their nutritional value and quality ingredients. The selection of food supplies will consider the nutritional needs of different pets, the quality and safety of ingredients, and client preferences.

Toys & Accessories

Toys & Accessories for your pets to enjoy.

Toys can help keep pets mentally and physically stimulated, and veterinary clinics may sell a range of toys for pets of all ages and sizes.

Supplements & Vitamins

Give your pets the best supplements for a boost of daily activities.

Veterinary clinics may sell a range of supplements to help support pet health, including joint supplements, probiotics, and omega-3 fatty acids.

Carriers & Crates

Here are some carriers for you to travel with your best friend.

Pet carriers and crates can be useful for transporting pets safely and comfortably, and veterinary clinics may sell a range of carriers and crates in different sizes and styles.


We offer a wide range of vaccines for your pet's health.

Vaccines are an important part of preventive care for pets, and veterinary clinics may offer a range of vaccinations to help protect against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases. Vaccines work by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies that can recognize and fight specific diseases. Your veterinarian can recommend a vaccination schedule for your pet based on their age, lifestyle, and risk factors.


Discover Our Upcoming Events.

Veterinary Externship Program SVG

Date: 10th March 2024

Location: Audains Small Animal Hospital

Unlock essential small animal clinical skills in our engaging and unforgettable training sessions.

Click Here To Register!


Get to know our team of skilled veterinarians.

Eric Audain

Owner & Founder

Many years of professional experience

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of some frequently asked questions & their answers.

  • How often should I take my pet to the vet?

    It's recommended that you take your pet to the vet for a check-up at least once a year, although more frequently visits may be necessary for younger or older pets, or pets with health issues. We can help you determine the best schedule for your pet's needs.

  • Pets can't always communicate when they're not feeling well, so it's important to be aware of signs and symptoms of illness or pain. We can provide guidance on what to look for, and when to bring your pet for an examination. Some common signs of illness or pain in pets include lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and changes in behavior or activity level.

  • The amount and type of exercise your pet needs depends on their age, breed, and activity level. We provide advice on appropriate exercise routines and activities for your pet to maintain their physical and mental health.

  • There are several ways to prevent flea and tick infestations in pets, including topical or oral medications, collars, and regular grooming. We can recommend the best products and methods for your pet based on their individual needs.

  • If you suspect that your pet has ingested something toxic, such as a household chemical or a poisonous plant, contact us right away. We can provide advice on what to do next and may need to induce vomiting or administer other treatments.

Sylvette Roberts

Nail Technician

Dr. Eric Audain provides lots of information regarding pet care. He demonstrates care and love for my pet.

Shafika Cato

Lab Technician

My experiences with Dr. Eric Audain have been fruitful regarding the care of my dogs. Great staff & execellent services.

Rishona Williams

I.T Technician

I do appreciate the services Dr. Audain offers to my dogs over the years. I highly recommend him as a vet in SVG.


Feel free to contact us now.


Near St.Martins School,

Kingstown Park,


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines