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Wellness Exams
An annual wellness examination is very important to evaluate your pet’s overall health and to detect problems before they turn into serious illnesses. Because your pet can’t tell you in word how he is feeling, therefore a thorough physical examination and your observations of your pet is necessary. Based on the results of the examination, further diagnostic tests, such as blood tests, radiographs (x-rays) and ECG may be recommended. Cats and dogs should visit the veterinarian for their wellness examination once a year and every six months when they reach their senior years.

 

Vaccination (Immunization)
Immunizing your pet against disease is one of the best tool of preventive medicine. Vaccination is an inexpensive protection rather than costly treatment. Vaccinations depend upon region, pet’s age, life style and their health conditions. At the present time available vaccines are as follows;

DOGS: distemper, adenovirus, leptospirosis, parvo, corona, bordetella, lyme and rabies.

CATS:
panleukopenia (distemper), herpesvirus, calici, chlamydia, feline leukemia & FIP.

Dental Care
Professional teeth cleaning on regular basis can extend the life span of your pet’s life. By the age of three, some 80 percent of all dogs and 70 percent of all cats show some sign of dental disease, which can lead to the more serious problems of heart, lung, and kidney. Periodontal disease, an infection of the tissue surrounding the teeth takes hold in progressive stages.

Surgery
Castration (neuter), spay, tail dock, ear crop, declaws, declaws , dew laws and more.

Weight Control
We provide weight control protocol to our patients. According to recent studies, 30 to 40 percent of all pets in the US are overweight, making obesity one of the most common disease afflicting dogs and cats today. Too much weight can cause some of the same problems in pets as it does in people, including respiratory problem, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, increased likelihood of tearing ligaments and wearing down joint.

Geriatric Care
We provide geriatric care to your pets. Geriatric are, which starts with a physical exam, is needed to catch and delay the onset or progress of disease and for the early detection of problems such as organ failure. Regular screening throughout a pet’s life also provides your veterinarian with a benchmark against which to measure future test results.

Diagnostic
We provide diagnostic procedures such as; ECG, X-rays (radiograph), fecal exam, direct & filter heartworm test, skin scrapping and urinalysis in house lab, for all other tests, we send out our specimens to out side lab for accuracy.

Boarding Kennel
We have a luxury air conditioned/heat kennel for room and board dogs and cats. For dogs we have Indoor kennel ( 8’ X 3.5’ ) and out door play pen of same size or larger. We are closed on SUNDAY.
Therefore no pick-up or drop off on SUNDAY.

Grooming
We do bathing&flea dipping, mange dip, summer clipping, nail trim, ear cleaning and more.

Pharmacy
Our pharmacy keeps a wide variety of both prescription and non-prescription medicines.

Referral Services
We provide referral services to pets with a difficult conditions with our Veterinary Specialists and veterinary teaching hospital. These facilities have more high-tech equipments.

Pet Lost & Found
We provide information about lost and found animals via our web site and link to animal licensing agency.

 

Prescription Refill

Services

» Wellness Examination
» Vaccinations
» Dental Care
» Surgery
» Diagnostic
» Weight Control
» Geriatric Care
» Boarding Kennel
» Grooming
» Pharmacy
» Referral Service
» Pet Lost & Found

 

Client Education Handout

» Dog Vaccinations

» Cat Vaccinations

» Dog Intestinal Parasites

» Cat Intestinal Parasites

» Dog Heartworm

» Whipworm

» Wellness Exam

» Dog Sarcoptic Mange

» Dog Demodectic Mange

» Dog Hip Displasia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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6909 Norwood Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32208
Telephone #: 904-764-9559 Fax #: 904-764-5049
Emergency #: 904-764-9559, 904-399-8800
Email: sproy@animalshospital.com
Website: www.animalshospital.com 
                         
 
Office Hours
Day
Open
Close
Mon
7:30AM
5:30PM
Tue
7:30AM
5:30PM
Wed
7:30AM
5:30PM
Thr
7:30AM
5:30PM
Fri
7:30AM
5:30PM
Sat
7:30AM
2:00PM
Sun
Closed
Closed

 Payments
We accept payment via Cash, Check, American Express, Discover, Master & Visa Card.
In order to provide you with high quality services, we request that payment be made at the time of services rendered.


We provide estimates for our services prior to your visit.

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