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North Orange Animal Hospital is here to keep Orlando’s pets healthy so that they stay at home with their families.
We are happy to provide a safe and sanitary bathing experience, using the only best products as we meet your individual pet’s needs.
While we currently have limited boarding, reserved on a first come first serve basis, we look forward to expanding in order to offer your pet the best in boarding services.
We have blood donors readily available in case an emergency crisis happens to affect your pet.
We offer full service dental procedures, which include ultrasonic scaling, polishing, and tooth extractions when necessary. We will soon have state of the art digital dental radiography to complement our services.
The veterinarian profession is privileged to offer euthanasia services for our critically injured, terminally ill, and end-of-life pets. We offer education and consultation at all stages of care to help with these most difficult and emotional decisions.
Immunizations help prevent many illnesses that may affect your pet. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help him or her live a long healthy life. We will recommend a vaccination regime that will provide the safest and best protection against disease for your individual pet.
We look forward to expanding our services to include cold laser therapy.
We recommend microchipping your animal for identification purposes in case your pet gets lost. Microchips offer each pet a unique ID number. Please see our staff for more information.
We are here to help the pet owner with questions and guidance regarding pet nutrition. As we shop for food at a pet store or on the grocery pet food aisle, listen to friends or watch commercials on TV, we are inundated with messages about pet foods. The multitude of choices can be over whelming. We watch Bobcats that jump through the TV and then transform into house cats just by eating the food; the nature of these commercials are misleading. The desire to properly feed a pet leads owners to be impulsive, and easily misinformed. We look forward to providing our clients up to date nutritional information in order to help provide the best possible nutrition for your pet’s individual needs, keeping him or her healthy and happy.
We want to be your pet’s advocate for pain management, keeping them as comfortable as possible. As we age and become increasingly uncomfortable, we have to remember that our pets follow the same path. We need to be remember that our pets also have chronic arthritis and pain. Signs will include restlessness, difficulty getting up or laying down, being quieter than usual, or most often, increased panting as their pain and anxiety become greater. We have many modalities to help alleviate their discomfort, including non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, nutraceuticals such as fish oils, and mild narcotic pain medications. We look forward to offering acupuncture and cold laser soon.
Radiographs (pictures/xrays made on film or digital media) are a necessary tool used to diagnose illness or injury and to determine if there is a broken bone, pneumonia, ingested foreign body, etc. Most of the time we are capable of reading the film and determining the problem, but occasionally we need to send the films to a Radiologist/specialist to help confirm our diagnosis. We understand that some films can be somewhat expensive, but most often it is an extremely important tool used to help us diagnose your pets illness or lameness. We are excited to offer complex surgical procedures, and advanced diagnostics and advance radiology.
Your pet’s well being is the most important concern to us; therefore we will take all precautions with anesthesia and surgery to help us achieve a positive outcome. Most healthy elective procedures, such as spay, neuter, or skin growth removal should be routine. The anesthetics used are commonly used on humans. When performing any surgical procedure, we will closely monitor your pet throughout and as they are recovering. In the very near future, we plan to increase our surgical capabilities to include minor fractures, cranial cruciate ruptures, medial patella luxation’s, exploratory abdominal surgeries, and other important procedures.