A brief overview
Great that you are here!
A very warm welcome in the practice with dog, cat, mouse, and bird.
In our practice dogs and cats, birds and mice, squirrels and hedgehogs are welcome and every other small animal, wild animal, and pets. Feel free to visit us with every animal and ask any question you might have.
You want to make an appointment? Please follow our link.Languages
We speak english, french, italian, spanish even chinese and a little romanic and portugese.
Okay ... german also quite fluent ...
Travel- and Quarantine Treatment
Your pet needs intl. travel- and quarantine treatment. You move elsewhere on this planet? For your pet we provide the required quarantine treatments and we offer all papers according to the specific legal regulations.
Just ask for an appointment.
Veterinary practice Dr. Renate Lorenz
Dr. Renate Lorenz
adress: Oberhofer Weg 68 D-12209 Berlin-Lichterfelde
phone: +49 (030) 711 63 57
monday to saturday from 09 to 12 am
monday, tuesday, thirsday and friday from 16-18 pm
Appointments and home-visits on demand
Sissi lost her Allergy
A recent recommendation
Dr. Renate Lorenz really helped us very much with our dear golden retriever Sissy. She had nasty wounds as a result of constant scratching due to an allergy. She treated her with the right medicines and advised us to change to fresh food. She took care of her with such kindness and love that now her wounds are completely healed and her allergy is under control. Sissy is now a very happy dog and Dr. Renate Lorenz will always have our gratitude.
With best regardsLuis Rodriguez
Peruvian Embassy, Berlin (Botschaft der Republik Peru in Deutschland, Embajada de la Republica Peru)
Miracle Worker is what she is
Dr. Lorenz is the ideal Tierärztin one only hopes for. Thank our lucky stars she exists. We are also very thankful to her affable and accomodating team who have spoiled Kikay with treats and affection. What else can i say? She and her team are just simply amazing and awesome! They are the Dream Team. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you very much Dr. Lorenz, Susi, Nikki (and recent Jaqueline & Charlotte)!
Did you ever come by a wounded animal on the street, let's say a wild animal of whatever kind, and you didn't know what to do with it? The first impulse would be to take it to a veterinary practice and hope that they will take care of it. Unfortunately not every practice takes in such animals. It recently came to our attention that some practices suggested to feed such young, weak, and innocent creatures to a cat or just to put it to sleep in order to save money. More