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Welcome to the Oakland Park Animal Hospital website! Our veterinary clinic is located in Oakland Park, Florida and serves pet owners and their pets in surrounding areas of Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, Lazy Lake, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, North Lauderdale, Sunrise, Plantation, Davie, Tamarac Margate, Pompano Beach, Lauderdale By-The-Sea, and Sea Ranch Lakes. The Oakland Park veterinarians at our animal vet clinic, Dr. Spencer Ratnoff and Dr. Gary Glickman have years of experience serving a variety of different pets, ranging from tiny pet mice to immense Great Danes. Because of this wide range of experience, our Oakland Park veterinary hospital can guarantee that your pets, from exotic to traditional, will receive proper treatment for his or her unique needs. When looking for a veterinarian in Oakland Park, you will not find more compassionate service and veterinary skill than Dr. Ratnoff and Dr. Glickman.
Our veterinary hospital would like all of our customers to know about the services we provide for pets. Our services cover a wide range of patient needs including emergency pet surgery, dental emergencies, vaccinations and flea and tick infestations. Vaccinations are an especially important aspect of a pet's health because they work to strengthen a pet's immune system against viruses to improve long-term health.
Our services also include pet grooming and pet boarding. Our pet grooming services involve bathing pets, trimming nails, brushing teeth and other techniques intended to improve hygiene and appearance. Pet boarding is another service our veterinary clinic provides, which offers care and comfortable housing to pets while the owners are away.
Some of the routine surgeries we perform at our animal vet clinic include spaying and neutering. For spay and neuter procedures, our professionals use advanced treatment techniques in order to ensure that pets are comfortable during the procedure. Our emergency pet hospital also provides medicine and special care for pets suffering from digestive problems to help restore their health and diet once again.
For more advanced procedures, such as surgery, our Oakland Park emergency pet hospital uses only the most current technologies to ensure a minimally invasive procedure. These technologies include lasers, X-ray machines, EKG equipment and more. We want to ensure pets and owners feel comfortable coming to our veterinary hospital for special care during these highly advanced procedures.
Our emergency pet hospital (known as the Animal Emergency Trauma Center) and our regular veterinary hospital both work together in the same building to provide pets with a safe and trusted place to go 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Dr. Spencer L. Ratnoff founded the Animal Emergency Trauma Center in 1987. In addition to the care we provide in our building, we also routinely help out various animal rescue groups, attend pet expos, career days and local school programs to educate local residents.
Our animal hospital cares for your pets in Plantation, Davie, Tamarac Margate, Pompano Beach, Lauderdale By-The-Sea, Sea Ranch Lakes Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, North Lauderdale, Sunrise, Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, Lazy Lake and the surrounding areas. If you would like to schedule an appointment or have questions about our services, please call us at (954) 731-4228 or email us.
Oakland Park Animal Hospital
Veterinary Care for Oakland Park
2200 West Oakland Park Blvd.
Oakland Park, FL 33311
Dr. Ratnoff has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.
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