Services we Offer
Wellness packages with annual testing and vaccines will protect your pet. Preventative care is critical to your pet's health, and the wellness package ensures your cat or dog is examined regularly by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and undergoes yearly testing for potentially fatal diseases like heartworms and Feline Leukemia.
Dogs and cats are just like humans - they need vaccinations to remain healthy and to keep potentially fatal diseases away. They also need boosters to keep the vaccines effective. Talk to one of our veterinarians about setting up the best schedule for your cat or dog.
SPCA Florida has the ability to provide comprehensive medical care for your pet, should they ever fall ill. With tools such as our on-site lab, digital diagnostic imaging capabilities, ECG and blood pressure monitoring, combined with our in-patient department that allows us to closely monitor and attend to sick pets, we can diagnose and treat many illnesses and injuries.
This includes problems such as liver or kidney disease, skin or ear disease (allergies), diabetes, urinary obstruction, traumatic injuries (from falls, cars, or other animals) and a variety of other issues. If your pet should become ill, or if you would like a second opinion on a disease your pet was diagnosed with, do not hesitate to contact us.
In addition, we offer a variety of surgical services that extend well beyond spaying and neutering. From tumor removals to plating of fractures, we can cover most of your pet's surgical needs. For more information, visit our surgery page.
Please not that while we will work hard to diagnose or treat your pet's illness or injury, there may be instances where we strongly recommend they be referred to a facility where additional care or diagnostics can be performed.
Dental exams and cleanings
Four out of five dogs (over the age of three) have periodontal disease. Therefore dental cleanings and extractions are an important part of your pet's health. Dogs and cats frequently build up tartar and plaque on their teeth. This material is not only unsightly; it harbors dangerous bacteria that can enter the bloodstream and damage organs. This can lead to chronic health conditions, so complete oral care is critical to the health of your pet. Please contact us for a dental consultation.