Conditions We Treat

Conditions We Treat at Oakland Park

Are you looking for a great animal hospital to get your pet treatment? The veterinarians at Oakland Park Animal Hospital are here to help you and your pet out. Below is some information about the different conditions that we treat here. 

Conditions We Treat

We treat a variety of conditions here at Oakland Park Animal Hospital. Some conditions we treat include: pet ear infections, diarrhea and vomiting, heatstroke and dehydration, dental issues, allergies, heartworm, eye infections, ticks and fleas, and gastrointestinal issues. We all perform and provide senior pet care, spay and neuter surgery, microchipping, and emergency pet care.  Below is more information about some of these conditions. 

Pet Ear Infections

Ear infections are caused by allergies, yeast infections, or parasites in both cats and dogs. Head shaking, scratching, or pawing at the ears and head, swelling or redness in the ear canal, shaking or tilting the head are all symptoms of an ear infection. 

Spay and Neuter

Spaying or neutering your cat or dog is the only sure way to reduce the homeless pet population and to prevent unwanted cats and dogs from being born. 

Eye Infections

Eye infections may be causes by viruses or bacteria. An infected eye often oozes a substance or liquid. 


Having your cats and dogs microchipped can give you peace of mind if they run away or get lost. If a shelter or veterinary clinic finds your missing pets, they can be traced back to you with their microchips.

Dental Issues

Dental care is very important to the overall health and wellness of your pet. Oral cancer, periodontal disease, cracked or chipped teeth, and more dental issues can all be detected and treated during an oral exam. Getting your pet's teeth cleaned can also reduce gum disease.

Pet Allergies

Pet allergies are a popular reason many pet owners bring their pets to the veterinarian. Pets with allergies may experience scabs or crusts on their skin, runny or itchy eyes, swollen paws, and snoring. If you think your cats or dogs have allergies, please make an appointment so that we can diagnose and treat their allergies. 

Emergency Care

Some conditions require emergency care, which we provide at Oakland Park Animal Hospital. Conditions that need emergency care include heatstroke, hard labor, fractures, and other accidents, poisoning, digestive issues, and animal attacks. Call us before arriving so that we can be ready to help your pet. 

Oakland Park Veterinarians

Make an appointment today so that we can start treating your pet's condition. You can visit us at Oakland Park Animal Hospital, 2200 West Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park, FL 33311. If you prefer to make an appointment by telephone, you can call us at (954) 731-4228.

New patients receive $25 OFF First Exam.

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  • "Dr. Ratnoff has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years."
    John / Oakland Park, FL

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