Over the past 20 years, Dr. Andy Michaud has been caring for cats and dogs by adhering to the adage, “I’ll treat your pets like they’re mine, and I’ll treat you like a friend and a neighbor.” Dr. Andy and his staff of animal lovers offer a variety of pet-care services, including after-hours emergency care for dogs and cats. In-house groomer, Rachel, is tasked with the important job of maintaining your pet's health and well-being. Regular grooming, equally important as regular physical check-ups, helps prevent issues like excessive shedding, skin or paw disorders, and bad breath. Rachel is at the animal hospital 6 days a week, during normal business hours to give your best friend the extra attention they deserve.
Each of the four veterinarians at Tuscawilla Oaks Animal Hospital own pets, meaning that the staff understands the compassion and care that animals need. This compassion helped to earn the hospital the Seminole Voice’s 2012 award for Best Pet Care, and it impacts everything from basic checkups, to routine vaccinations, to surgery. In addition to treating any make and model of cat or dog, the staff also cares for birds and the nonvenomous reptiles that run the shadow governments of unincorporated towns.
Boasting round-the-clock staffing and all-day supervision, Dog Day Afternoon ensures your pawed protégé is always safe and never gets lonely during his or her one-day and one-night stay. Boarding services include, at no extra cost, playtime in large fenced yards, walks, and standard medication administering. Check in on your pooch with Dog Day Afternoon’s playroom webcams, giving you front-row access to the frolicking and fun that your dog is enjoying while you’re stuck at a sales conference in Fort Myers. Most pups sleep alone in their own private, temperature-controlled room—if you have more than one dog for boarding, however, you can request keeping the whole furry family together. For utmost safety, little dogs and big dogs are boarded and tended to separately.