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    Family Vet

    As a family owned veterinary hospital our top priority is the care of your most precious family members in a warm and loving environment.

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    Our professional grooming facility offers your pooch full service pampering from shampoo and nail trimming to trim and teeth brushing.

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    Our state-of-the-art boarding facility offers you peace of mind while your best friend receives personal care.

Clearwater Veterinarian and Pet Hospital

veterinarian-dogThe Animal and Bird Hospital of Clearwater is a full service companion animal hospital. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. The services at our animal medical center are designed to assist in routine preventive care and animal behavior training for young, healthy pets; early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

Your Animal Medical Center

The Animal and Bird Hospital of Clearwater is a family-owned veterinary clinic that is guided by the philosophy of providing quality care and superior service. The Animal Hospital and Pet Resort/Boarding Salon are run under the direction of skilled and seasoned veterinarian Katherine Murphy who has over 30 years of medical knowledge that our veterinarians, staff and clients benefit from. We practice with state-of-the-art technology and our ratio of staff support to veterinarians far surpasses industry standards.

Avian and Exotic Pets are Welcome

In addition to pet boarding and our doggie day care, we also treat birds and exotic pets. We can even board your exotic pet with professional care and expertise.

From the Blog

  • New Option to Treat Noise Aversion in Dogs

    New Option to Treat Noise Aversion in Dogs

    Wednesday, July 13, 2016

    There is nothing more certain in Florida than thunderstorms in the summer. Unfortunately, one-third of dog owners know that loud noises like thunder can cause stress and anxiety for their beloved pups. This condition is diagnosed as noise aversion. The symptoms can be as obvious as barking, trembling or cowering, or as subtle as panting, excessive vigilance, restlessness or loss of appetite.

    Let's take a look at a medical option for treating noise aversion in dogs.

  • Vet Care Express

    Vet Care Express

    Tuesday, July 12, 2016

    I see many sad things in my business. One of the saddest is when a family pet is injured by ingesting the owner’s own medication. Somehow, a pill is dropped or a bottle is chew open and disastrous consequences occur. This happened recently when a young dog chewed open a bottle of muscle relaxants.

  • July Special

    Thursday, June 30, 2016

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