Visit the new website and pre-register your pet to save vital time in an emergency and save the registration fee.
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Ocala Veterinary Hospital is proud to announce it is a supporter of Pet Emergency Treatment Services (PETS) that has teamed up with the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine to provide high quality critical care and emergency services beginning July 2, 2012. The new services will be for all holiday and after hour emergencies. The new location will be 3200 SW 27th Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34474.
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Ocala Veterinary Hospital and Dr. Osborne is trained to provide stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine for your pet.
Contact us today to see if stem cell therapy is right for your pet. Please visit the vet-stem website www.vet-stem.com for further information. The website provides information regarding the science behind regenerative medicine, news releases, and many success stories.
Age is not a Disease!
Osteoarthritis is part of aging. Geriatric medicine is a life stage and should never be considered a disease. We are committed to improving the lives of our patients by considering all therapeutic options.
Easter Lilies are Toxic and May be Fatal for Your Cat!
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center warns cat owners abut the dangers of Easter lilies and other lilies. All parts of the lily are considered toxic and only a small amount ingested can be life threatening. Lilies can cause kidney failure in cats. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is the only animal poison control center in North America.
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