We’re Not Just a hospital

Pet Articles

Monitor and maintain your pet’s health and happiness.

Pet Care

Basic pet care tips on grooming, nutrition, and behavior training.

Our Services


Our grooming services include bathing, brushing, styling, and nail trimming. We also offer medicated baths, ear cleaning, flea/tick treatments, and anal gland expressions.


Our facility is equipped with temperature controlled indoor kennels, enclosed outdoor play areas, and friendly staff to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for your pet.

General Care

Our hospital provides the full range of veterinary services with emphasis given to preventative care. Our non-emergency care includes yearly exams, full lab work up, and minor treatments.

Emergency Care

We are a full-service veterinary hospital equipped to address medical and surgical emergencies as well as animal injuries during our hours of operation.


Acupuncture alleviates many ailments and is a non-invasive treatment option. A customized treatment plan will address your pet’s medical history and current condition.

Pet Supplies

For your convenience and your pet’s health and happiness, we carry a selection of food and supplies, including nutritional supplements, flea/tick control products, and grooming aids.

Myths Debunked

Don’t believe everything you hear.


We’re a full service pharmacy and can meet all of your pharmaceutical needs.

Lab Work

We do our lab work in-house. This gives us time and cost benefits which we pass on to you.


We carry state mandated vaccinations and can administer them same day.

Become part of our family.

Dogs vs Cats

Things to consider before deciding which one is right for you.


Care Needs

Cost, food, grooming, supplies, travel, exercise, and time requirements



Noise, space, toilet, safety, other pets, and relocation considerations



Socialization, behavior, breed roles, and personality.

How to tell if your dog is losing his sight? Over 40 breeds of dogs are known to be predisposed to cataracts. Is your pet on the list?

Dental disease affects 68 percent of cats and 76 percent of dogs. Find out what you can do to improve your dog’s dental health.

Ear problems are common in all animals. Learn to care for your dogs ears?


Tapeworm remains the most common parasite in cats at 4.9 per 100.


The prevalence of fleas in cats (10.9 cases per 100) is almost twice that of dogs.


Canine diabetes has increased by 79.7 percent since 2006


59% of cats and 54% of dogs are obese with a steady and rapid increase.

Pain Management

Quality veterinary care includes recognizing and alleviating any pain your pet may be experiencing. Learn about the options available for managing chronic pain.

Nutritional Counseling

Pet obesity is a growing problem. We help improve your pet’s health by looking into eating habits and determining special food requirements for your pet’s breed, age, and medical history.



We know losing a pet is extremely difficult. We help you through every step of the process and hope to make it as painless as possible for both you and your pet.


Microchips help to locate your pet safely if he becomes lost or if you are separated. This is often the case in emergency situations. Thousands have reunited with their pets with the help of microchips.  Learn about the implant procedure and about its use.


We opened our doors in 1967 and have since grown to become a full service veterinary hospital. Our goal is to provide support and share information aimed at extending and improving the lives of our pets.


2730 SW 87th Ave
Miami, FL 33165



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