Animal Aid is a small animal practice run by three Maltese veterinarians that completed their studies in foreign Universities. The clinic is open daily and at least one veterinarian is available at all times. You are welcome to bring your pet for veterinary care anytime during our visiting hours. Wednesdays is our surgery day, but we also do clinical visits in the afternoon by appointment. Do not hesitate to give us a call for further information.
Dr. Quentin Lawson D.V.M.
Dr. Quentin Lawson studied Veterinary Medicine in Perugia, Italy and graduated in the year 2001. He was employed with the Veterinary Services department on his return to Malta. He was responsible for Animal Health and worked mainly with bovine and small ruminant farms, testing for zoonotic diseases and working on the identification and registration of ruminants, and being actively involved with the setting up of the National Livestock Database.
Since the year 2007 he has worked full time as a private practitioner, running his own practice in St. Julians. In the year 2008 Dr Lawson set up a new small animal practice in partnership in Msida.
Dr. Geoffrey Schembri Adami D.V.M.
Dr. Geoffrey Schembri studied Veterinary Medicine in Perugia, Italy and graduated in the year 2001. He worked with the Veterinary Services department in Malta and was mainly responsible for inspecting and regulating imported food products as well as the Small Animal Quarantine and the Pet Travel scheme. Since the year 2008 he is working full time in partnership in his small animal practice. Dr Schembri Adami is currently a member of the Malta Veterinary Association.
Dr. Robert Schembri D.V.M.
Dr. Robert Schembri studied Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary and graduated in the year 2016. He has carried out his voluntary work experience as a student with Animal Aid Veterinary Clinic and is now fully employed with the same clinic as a private practitioner.