Animal Teaching Hospital, Nakorn Pathom

                   In 1968, Professor Tiang Tansanguan attempted to find land to set up a farm as a training center for veterinary students as he foresaw the importance of giving students more opportunities to interact with farm and economic animals. By that time, General Prapas Jarusathien, President of Chulalongkorn University, serving as the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior transferred a vacant land owned by Ministery of the Interior, 79 rai., in Bo Phlap Subdistrict, Mueang District, Nakhon Pathom Province to the Faculty of Veterinary Science and remarked that unless the (land) transfer to the Faculty was for the better, the transfer was meaningless. Therefore, the land was organized as a training field for students to practice animal husbandry. The university thus honored “Jarusthian” as the name of the student training center and became a part of the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University. Now it is developed into the training center, animal hospital, and research center of the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University to support teaching, student training, research, and checking animal health care for livestock and pets in the local neighborhood. The faculty also sells farm products as welfare to staff and civil servants in faculties and universities.


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Small Animal Clinic


Small Animal Clinic focuses on teaching students to be veterinarians and providing veterinary services to the community. The service covers a neighborhood and other areas. It consists of general medicine, surgery, and specialized clinics. The service is provided by specialized veterinarians and experienced instructors who provide treatment. Nowadays, the clinic is open every day, including public holidays. The services openings in various departments are as follows:

Internal Medicine:
Orthopedic unit:
Soft tissue surgery:
Dermatology clinic:
Oncology clinic:
Eye clinic:
Dental clinic:
Exotic pet clinic:
Horse clinic:

Day and time:
Monday - Friday
The morning open:
8.30-11.30 a.m.
Afternoon open:
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Open for service 8.30-11.30

Swine Clinic

Swine clinic service
1. Provide advice on solving pig health problems (Farm consultation)
2. Provide advice on biosecurity measurement (Biosecurity)
3. Provide advice on disease prevention and control (Disease Prevention & Control).
4. Organize training and provide knowledge on animal health and pig production (Training)

Farm visit: visit the farm directly
Online consulting service: Provide consultation through various online media platforms.

Monday-Friday time 08.30-16.30
Saturday-Sunday off and public holidays

Contact for more details at
Tel/ID. Line: 09 2882 1306

Ruminant clinic


Ruminant clinic

Provides treatment services for dairy cows, beef cattle, buffaloes, goats and sheep. Supports teaching and learning, research and agricultural technology and innovation center of Chulalongkorn University and Saraburi Province by veterinarians and a ruminant team.


Hilling and hoof trimming
Farm management
Reproductive management
Abdominal examination with ultrasound machine
Oestrous induction, such as oestrous hormonal manipulation, CIDR insertion, or count the days of mixing

Food quality management
Food sample collection
Recipe calculation
Milk Quality Management
Collection of milk samples
Mastitis (mastitis) milk culture

Contact us:
Contact phone number 034- 270968 or mobile number ID. Line: 081 9411631

Veterinary Diagnostic and Laboratory services


Available for veterinary diagnostic services, supporting teaching & learning, and supporting research in accordance with the policy and strategic plan of the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University. Veterinary diagnostic laboratory is constantly evolving in the diagnosis of animal diseases by a laboratory that is accredited with international standards. Additionally, Safety, occupational health, and the working environment of staff and students working in this area are taken into account.
Services of the Diagnostic Unit include necropsy, hematology and biochemistry, parasitology, molecular biology, microbiology, serology, and histopathology. Support teaching and learning in practice for vet students. It is also for research.

Telephone number: 034-270-968 to 70 or 064-358-3967
Line ID: 0643583967

Sample submission:
Monday - Friday
Morning: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Afternoon: 1.00 - 4.00 p.m.

Necropsy time:
Monday - Friday
Morning: 08.30 - 11.30 a.m.
Afternoon: 1.00 - 3.00 p.m.

Various Forms


Necropsy Form

Please fill in all required fields for necropsy and diagnosis 

Biopsy Form

Cytology Form

Molecular biology (PCR)

Bacterial Culture and Drug Sensitivitiy Form

Serology Form (ELISA)


Animal hospital Building (Front)

The animal hospital building (Front) is 2 floors. The ground floor consists of various types of veterinary clinics, specialized clinics, operating rooms, recovery room, and equipment preparation rooms for fields. The second floor is an administrative office, meeting rooms, and smart classrooms.

Animal hospital Building (ฺBack)

The animal hospital building (Front) is 2 floors. The ground floor consists of the necropsy room, veterinary diagnostic laboratory, veterinary diagnostic office, and submission areas, while the second floor is a teaching and learning laboratory.

Vet Faculty Domitory

For instructors and staff 

Vet Student Domitory

For vet students

Vet Staff Domitory

For vet staffs 

Department of Animal Husdandary

Department of Animal Husdandary's office

Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Reproduction

Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Reproduction's office

Department of Veterinary Medicine

Department of Veterinary Medicine's office

Related Research

An Outbreak of Histomoniasis in Cross Breed Native Chickens from One Private Farm in Nakorn Pathom Province Research Publication Date : 1 Jan 2006

Histomonas meleagridis was held primarily responsible for an outbreak of histomoniasis in cross breed native chickens at age of 19 days old in Nakorn pathom province. Clinical signs of infected chickens were weakness, drowsiness, head down close to body, dropping of wings, depression, anorexia, emaciation, sulfur-colored droppings associated with diarrhea. Gross lesions of liver lesions were circular depressed necrotic areas from 3 mm or more in diameter and were circumscribed by a raised ring. Other lesions were subcutaneous edema of abdomen, pale skin and muscle. Caecal lesions were severe and had developed caceous caecal cores. Caecal walls were thickened and hyperaemic, and dark brown, foul smelling watery contents were found in their lumens. Histopathological lesions revealed diffuse multiocal necrotic areas of liver and caeca consisting of inflammatory cells. H. meleagridis were clearly visible in necrotic areas of liver, caeca and kidneys. Heterakis gallinarum and Ascaridia galli were concurrently infection in caeca. The morbidity and case fatality rate were 1-10 percent and 70-80 percent, respectively. Treatment with 0.06-0.08 percent dimetridazole in drinking water was found to be not effective in extremely emaciated chickens.

Serological status of PCV2-infected pig herds Research Publication Date : 16 Mar 2017

Melanosis coli in the slaughtered pigs in Thailand: pathological investigation Research Publication Date : 11 Dec 2019


23Dec 2565

Best Service Award

Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University organized a Happy New Year event to welcome the Year of the Rabbit 2023 with the award "Fah Mon Khon Dee". Animal Teaching Hospital (Nakhon Pathom) congratulations to Ms. Panida Wachiranan, science, who received the "Virbac Best Service Award".
28Nov 2565

Rural and Community Veterinary Practice 2022

Chula Veterinary Project "Rural and Community Veterinary Practice 2022" No. 48, on 28 November to 1 December 2022, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. There were services in medication, health care suggestions, and collecting samples for laboratory for dogs, cats, cattle, goats and dogs, cats, and horse neutering surgery. 
1Jun 2020

Make merit

Make merit to monks at the camp, which is held every year to welcome first-year vet students.
22Aug 2019

CU Community Engagement

Activities for the Nakhon Pathom City of Chulalongkorn Memorial Project with the model of veterinary community service 2019 (CU Community Engagement) work on the operational area at Wat Sam Krabue Phuak, Nakhon Pathom Province
13Feb 2019

Big cleaning day

The big cleaning project is a project organized every year at the Livestock Hospital and the Student Training Center in Nakhon Pathom Province. Instructors, vet students, and staff do activities together to clean and improve the surrounding area.
8Nov 2018

Kathin ceremony

Thod Kathin, Faculty of Veterinary Science Chulalongkorn University at Wat Sam Krabue Phuak, Nakhon Pathom Province


Animal Hospital and Students training Center, 57 M1 Thaharnbok Rd., Borplab Sub District, Muang District, Nakhon Pathom 73000, Thailand

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