Walk-In Veterinary Care
5080 N U.S. Hwy 41
Apollo Beach FL 33572
Phone: (813) 213 - 8515
"Compassionate vet care at a convenient time"
Veterinary Pet Care Services
We are a Preventative, Wellness and Urgent Care Animal Hospital in Apollo Beach
Our veterinarian and animal hospital, Walk-In Veterinary Care in Apollo Beach FL, provides preventative, wellness and urgent veterinary pet care services not only for Apollo Beach but also Ruskin, Riverview, Sun City and Gibsonton. We also perform routine surgeries and have the capability of scheduling more specialized surgical procedures if needed.
Some Examples of Pet Care Services Provide by Our Hospital
A few of our vet care services include comprehensive exams, core vaccines for puppies, dogs, kittens and cats, parasite screening for intestinal worms and heartworms, plus their prevention. Pet identification microchipping, acute and chronic pain management, geriatric pet care, allergy screening and treatment and behavioral/lifestyle counseling are a few more.
We Provide Urgent Veterinary Pet Care
If your pet is sick, injured, or just seems off and you know that something isn’t quite right, it can be hard to determine if your pet needs immediate veterinary care. So the question is…what is the difference between urgent and emergency veterinary care? A guide to determine if emergency care is needed, is to evaluate your pet for an injury or illness that is life threatening (difficulty breathing, heart failure, seizures, internal bleeding, collapsing, severe trauma, fractures) and may require hospitalization.
On the other hand, urgent care lies somewhere between emergency care and a routine regular vet visit. It is in a nebulous area where you know there is something wrong with your pet and you feel your pet needs to be examined ASAP.
As a general rule, Urgent Care is for conditions that need immediate medical attention but are not truly life-threatening. Some of these conditions may include:
- Bite wounds
- Diarrhea or vomiting
- Itchy skin or rashes
- Wound treatment
- Hair loss
- Pain or limping
- Overgrown nails
- Changes in behavior
- Loss of appetite or overeating
- Cuts and abrasions
- Eye issues (tearing, redness, discharge)
- Ear infections
- Pale gums
- Runny nose, coughing, or sneezing
- Worms, fleas, ticks, or mites
- Urinating blood
- Urinary changes
The general rule here is that if your pet is experiencing a life threatening situation which may need hospitalization, your pet most likely needs to be taken where emergency care casn be provided:
- Collapse or loss of consciousness
- Excessive bleeding
- Severe or persistent diarrhea or vomiting
- Penetrating wounds
- Stopped breathing
- Cardiac arrest
- Trauma or accident, such as falling or being hit by an object or car
- Distressed mother in labor/inability to deliver kittens or puppies
Veterinary Pet Services List | Walk-In Veterinary Care Apollo Beach FL
Comprehensive Wellness Examinations
Annual Blood Evaluation and Health Profile
Core Vaccines – Dog (Puppies) and Cat (Kittens)
Intestinal Parasite Testing and Treatment
Heartworm Testing, Prevention and Treatment
Flea and Tick Prevention
Dental Cleaning and Extractions
Routine Surgeries (neuters, spays, tumor removals, lacerations, etc)
In Hospital Laboratory Testing
Pain Management – Acute and Chronic Management
Nutritional Consultations and Prescription Diets
Chronic illness management
Allergy Testing and Management
Humane Euthanasia and Crematory Services
*Other services are provided. Please contact us if you have any questions.
If this is going to be your first visit, be sure to print out our hospital New Client Discount Coupon.
Also you can same time by downloading our hospital New Patient Form.
- Wednesday is for surgical cases only. Call the office for further information.
- We will not be able to take any new clients/patients after 2:00pm; however, if we reach capacity before 2:00pm, we will discontinue taking new clients/patients, when capacity is reached for that day.