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Cynthia Rico  

Registered Veterinary Technician bio coming soon

Dr. Taro Hoshizaki

Veterinarian Dr. Taro Hoshizaki received his veterinary degree from Massey University in New Zealand in 2012, after which he completed an internship and a residency in shelter medicine at Cornell University. His passion for animal sheltering and technology led him to co-author a textbook, teach for the University of Florida, and lecture nationally to help

Wellness Exams

Regular veterinary exams are a vital part of preventative healthcare, discover the many benefits of twice-yearly evaluations.

Vaccinations

All our pets are susceptible to a variety of infectious diseases. Fortunately, vaccinations help protect them against most of these diseases. While cases of some of these conditions may be rare, it is still vital to ensure they are up to date on vaccinations. Unlike immunizations in people, it is essential to have your pet

Dentistry

Dental care is the foundation of proper oral hygiene and is an important part of your pet’s daily life, see why annual dental cleanings are needed to maintain a clean bill of health.

Anesthesia and Surgery

Anesthesia and anesthesia monitoring is of the utmost importance to us. We take great pride in the level of care we offer. We provide the safest and very best anesthetic medications available. Our protocols are constantly evaluated and kept up to date, and each patient receives a protocol best suited to their individual needs. While

Laboratory Services

If your pet is sick, blood work is one of our most vital diagnostics. It helps look at areas we cannot see or feel on examination. We offer many options when it comes to our lab services. Even healthy animals can benefit from blood work. Did you know 1 in 10 animals under age six

Imaging & Ultrasound

At our hospitals, we have digital CR Radiology. This allows for a quicker turnaround on X-rays versus older chemically processed radiographs. We can take an x-ray and have an image within seconds! The images are also crisp and clear, allowing for good diagnostic quality. In addition to allowing quick and quality images, it eliminates the

Dermatology

Allergies are one of the most common issues affecting our pets today. Causes range from fleas, food, environmental issues, or direct contact. Symptoms can include itchiness, red skin, hair loss, scabbing, ear infections, red bumps, and even vomiting and diarrhea. Secondarily, these can lead to lethargy, inappetence, changes in thirst, and general sickness. If you

Parasite Prevention

Cats and dogs are susceptible to several parasitic infections, several of which can infect people as well. Parasite prevention is not only important for the health of your pet but also for the health of your family. We can help prevent fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites, and heartworms. Fleas and Ticks Fleas and ticks are troublesome