animal hospital brandon fl 33511 FAQFrequently Asked Questions We Have at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital in Brandon FL

 

1. How often should I bring my pet in for check-ups at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital

Most animals need at least one annual examination to ensure medications are current, shots and tags are up-to-date. At Bell Shoals Animal Hospital in Brandon a physical examination is key to preventative medicine. At Bell Shoals Animal Hospital, your pet’s vaccine protocol will be formulated, based on your pet’s lifestyle, and specifically tailored your pet’s needs.

2. Is Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon available for emergency care?

In the majority of cases, yes. Bell Shoals Animal Hospital is also affiliated with other local Brandon after-hours emergency veterinary hospitals.

3. Can I get my pet’s medications and supplies at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon?

Since Bell Shoals Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital in Brandon, we have a veterinary pharmacy and do stock medications to fill most prescriptions, and have an inventory of dog and cat food, as well as other pet care products.

4. Does Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon see other animals besides cats and dogs?

At Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon, we treat many kinds of animals and also have a network of specialty veterinarians that can meet any pet’s needs.

5. Does Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon provide dental care for their patients?

That’s a good question, because at Bell Shoals Animal Hospital Brandon, we believe that proper dental care is essential for your pet’s good health. Generally, pets should have a dental exam and teeth cleaning at least once yearly. Along with proper vaccinations, prophylactic dental cleaning is a great preventative measure you can do to provide good health for your pet.

 

John Ligori DVM, Staff Veterinarian
Bell Shoals Animal Hospital
Brandon,FL 33511

1.813.654.6600

Member – AVMA