2200 West Oakland Park Blvd.

Oakland Park, FL 33311 US

2200 West Oakland Park Blvd.

Oakland Park, FL 33311 US

(954) 731-4228

Urgent Care FAQs

Oakland Park Animal Hospital provides traditional emergency care, vaccinations, pet grooming, and pet boarding to residents of Oakland Park, Florida, and the surrounding areas. Please review our FAQs, or frequently asked questions, to learn more about our practice and the services we provide.

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Q: What Are Your Hours?

A:  Our regular office hours are as follows: Monday: 8 A.M. - 6 P.M., Tues-Fri: 8 A.M. - 8 P.M., Sat: 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. 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.

Q:  What Exams and Checkup Services Do You Provide?

A: We provide full physicals, weight evaluations, and examine all vital signs regularly. We also administer standard blood and laboratory tests during each pet exam. Additionally, we also inspect animal feces and urine samples to test for potential cancers, bone disorders, infections, systemic issues, and even parasitic infections.

Q: What Conditions Do You Treat and Address?

A:  We specialize in traditional trauma incidents, poisonings, ingested objects, diarrhea and vomiting, infections, dehydration, heatstroke, allergies, heartworm, ticks, fleas, and even gastrointestinal issues. From ear infections to serious systemic issues, cancers, and illnesses, we are well-versed in a variety of areas.  

Q:  What Other Services Do You Offer?

A:  In addition to traditional veterinarian services, we also provide microchipping, spaying, neutering, and dental care. Whether you are seeking x-rays for your pet's teeth or if you are interested in microchipping them for their protection, we can help. We also offer pet boarding and grooming services for those who are looking for both short and long-term stays for their pets.

Q:  What Does Your Pet Boarding Service Entail?

A: At Oakland Park Animal Hospital, we provide a comfortable and relaxing environment for pets who struggle with separation anxiety and for those who prefer the company of others at all times. Our pet boarding service includes healthy food, human companionship, and regular exercise for the duration your pet is boarded within our facility.  

Q: What Type of Emergency Services Do You Offer?

A: Unfortunately, at times, you may require emergency services for your pet at unexpected times. At our animal hospital Oakland Park, we provide emergency internal surgery, treatment for poisoning, heatstroke, hypothermia, as well as choking, and seizures. We also help with foreign object ingestions, difficult labor, as well as set fractures and damaged joints. Whether your pet has experienced a serious traumatic incident or needs additional care for a past surgery or wound, our emergency, and urgent care veterinary center is here for you.

Q: Do You Accept Walk-Ins?[i]

A: No. At this time, you must call ahead before bringing your pet in for care.

To learn more about the services we provide at Oakland Park Animal Hospital in Oakland Park, FL, and to schedule an appointment for your pet, call us at (954) 731-4228 today.

New patients receive $25 OFF First Exam.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "AWESOME, Dr. Spencer Ratnoff is the best he treated my cat for a fractured top k9 tooth, when He finished with him, he looked like he was born without a k9 tooth. He did that surgery so well it’s refreshing a Dr that actually cares, his team is wonderful and very attentive, I left a message and not even 10 minutes later, I got a call back. My family is forever grateful .thank you for everything."
    Maryem K.
  • "I initially had a bad experience due to the Doctor that was in on that day. I returned for a checkup for my girl 'Cali' 'Cat' and the energy Dr. Ratnoff had was much better with my girl as she can be very temperamental. I was very pleased during this visit as Dr. Ratnoff had more patience and better vibe as our pets sense negative energy. Its a shame my first experience was not pleasant but I will be back and only ensure Dr. Ratnoff with my girl. Thankyou Doc!"
    Jeff G.
  • "Probably the best Vet experience I’ve had! They listened and took great care of my dog. I felt like I understood everything that was being done, and was given an estimate beforehand."
    Joana A.
  • "Very professional, friendly and nice clean environment. I highly recommend coming here for all your pet needs!"
    CorJames S.
  • "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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