Veterinarian Karlsruhe Durlach

Welcome to the small animal centre Arndt !

Veterinarian Susanne Arndt with Olav
Veterinarian Susanne Arndt with Olav

Top veterinary practice 2021 in Karlsruhe

Top veterinary practice 2021
TOP veterinary practice Karlsruhe

Cat friendly clinic
Cat friendly clinic

The small animal center Arndt | Veterinarian Karlsruhe is certified as a Cat friendly Clinic with the silver standard since 2018.

Covid 19
COVID no thanks

#flattenthecurve and #socialdistancing and #corona

But what do you do if your quadruped gets sick?

Veterinarian Karlsruhe | Kleintierzentrum Arndt is available and we hold the position for you in the practice.

But we ask for a few precautions so that we can all be there for you and your animals for a long time:

  • Veterinarian Karlsruhe offers a pure appointment consultation as usual - please call in advance in any case.
  • Please come alone with your animal, without any accompanying persons!
  • We ask you to let us treat your animal - alone. In the meantime, you can take a seat on the chair provided in the treatment room.
  • We discuss everything very thoroughly with you before and also afterwards.
  • When you come in, please disinfect your hands and put on your mask (FFP2 or OP masks only) and take your temperature briefly.
  • Payment at Tierarzt Karlsruhe is best by EC card to minimize the transfer of cash and thus viruses.
  • If you are ill yourself, please instruct a person of trust to bring your four-legged friend to us. We will take care of it.
  • If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
  • We try to stay healthy for you and your quadruped. Please help us to do so!

Availability / Emergency service

You can reach the Arndt small animal centre in Karlsruhe Durlach | Veterinary Karlsruhe

daily (365 days) from 7-22 in emergencies

(always call first)


Phone 0721 750 88610


Small animal centre Arndt
Bergwaldstr. 30
76227 Karlsruhe

We are there with heart and mind for your darling during the following office hours:

Mon-Fri 08.00-12.00 & 16.00-19.00

Sat 09.00-12.00

(outside these normal office hours we have emergency service with the corresponding fee surcharges according to the GOT)

The staff of Veterinary Karlsruhe all speak German and English. In addition, our employees can speak the following languages (at native speaker level):




If you would like to speak to a member of staff in this language, please point this out at the reception of Tierarzt Karlsruhe when making the appointment. 

Here you will find the assignment to the language skills: Team with language skills

Computed tomography - CT

Our small animal centre in Karlsruhe-Durlach (Veterinarian Karlsruhe) also has a computer tomograph of the latest generation (digital volume tomograph), which produces 30x higher resolution images than an ordinary 16-line computer tomograph and requires between 60% -90% less radiation than a comparable conventional computer tomograph.


  • General examination and treatment of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and smaller rodents, ferrets and birds
  • Vaccinations of dogs, cats, rabbits etc.
  • Health certificates as well as advice on travelling abroad
  • Nutritional counselling for puppies, overweight animals and rodents, but also for certain diseases (food allergy, diabetes mellitus, kidney and liver diseases)
  • Acupuncture for animals
  • Tooth care
  • Electronic identification (microchip)

Innovative cruciate ligament replacement for (heavy) dogs

With the development of new materials in medical technology, it is now possible to offer dogs / cats a surgical method that is considered state of the art in humans because it best mimics the natural anatomy of the animal and, unlike TPLO / TTA, does not involve any stressful changes to the bones.

With Zlig (formerly: VetLig), a synthetic ligament for intra-articular cruciate ligament replacement in small animals is now available after long preliminary work by Dr. Jacques.Pillipe Laboureau.

Using a tunnel technique, the VetLig is used as a total replacement for the cruciate ligament. The braided extra-articular parts of the ligaments are anchored by cannulated titanium interference screws in femoral and tibial bone tunnels. Thus, Veterinary Karlsruhe offers one of the most modern procedures for the problem of cruciate ligament ruptures in heavy dogs.

Customer opinions

Jens Nagel
Jens Nagel
07:21 27 Jul 21
Melissa Weiser
Melissa Weiser
00:17 25 Jul 21
After not even the emergency service in our district had time for us, we accidentally discovered the. .. Small Animal Centre Arndt on the internet and are totally thrilled. They somehow still accommodated our pregnant Bengal and examined her directly. Ultrasound ec... I was particularly impressed by the friendliness of the vet and the helping staff, as well as the loving way they treated my kitten. I also received the pictures of the puppy by email. Thank you very much!more

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