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Winter Garden Animal Hospital provides full-service veterinary care for the Ocoee, Windermere and Winter Garden, FL communities. Our professional, experienced staff is passionate about pet care and works hard to earn your trust as a veterinary care provider. Our veterinary care services include routine wellness exams, vaccinations, spay and neuter, surgery, dental care, and parasite prevention and control. Our veterinarians are proud to offer cutting-edge diagnostic services and treatment options, including laser surgery, digital radiology and ultrasound. Our on-site animal boarding kennels are the perfect solution for pet parents who are traveling for work or pleasure. We keep your pets healthy and active!
We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Our veterinarians know that routine pet wellness exams are the foundation of a long, healthy life. We recommend annual exams for pets of all ages, including additional care for senior pets and younger puppies and kittens. Our mission is to empower pet owners with the knowledge they need to be advocates for their pets’ health.
In addition to annual exams, our comprehensive pet care services include laser surgery, spay/neuter procedures, and dental care. We also provide specialized senior pet care and puppy/kitten wellness care services. Our on-site pet boarding kennel is a safe, secure place to board your pet while traveling. We will help you pet feel comfortable and loved so he enjoy his “home away from home” until you return. Whatever the reason for your visit, our professional and courteous staff members seek to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for our highly-valued patients.
Our commitment to delivering superior veterinary care begins before you and your pets even enter our animal hospital! With flexible early morning hours, we make the process for scheduling an appointment as easy as possible. Once you’ve arrived, our team strives to make you feel welcome until the moment you leave. We also follow strict safety protocols to ensure a safe environment. Our Winter Garden veterinarians allocate extra time during every appointment to answer any questions you may have about your pet’s health and care. Should you ever have a question after an appointment is complete, just give us a call!
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We look forward to welcoming you into the Winter Garden Animal Hospital family!
Lauren Prather, DVM
Winter Garden Veterinarian | Winter Garden Animal Hospital | 407-656-4132
13092 W Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
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