Tavares Animal Hospital

418 East Alfred Street, Tavares, FL 32778
Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 5:30pm

Office: (352) 343-7793 Emergency: (407) 644-4449


  • How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth


    Use a pet or toddler toothbrush and pet toothpaste. Make sure the toothbrush fits comfortably in your pet’s mouth. Use a yummy flavored toothpaste, like chicken, made specifically for animals. Do not use human toothpaste. Put small amounts of toothpaste on the brush and let your pup lick and chew on it. You can use…Read More

  • How to (Try to) Cat Proof Your Christmas Tree

    Another year, another kitty vs tree battle. Try our tips for keeping your tree pretty and your cat out of mischief. Merry Christmas and good luck!

    1 Consider an artificial tree.

    Artificial trees can be better for cats for a few reasons. There is no water to drink and possibly make them sick….Read More

  • Top 10 Best Christmas Gifts for Your Dog in 2019

    1 Casper Dog Bed

    Have you tried a Casper mattress? They’re heavenly!

    Casper has combined their mattress-making know-how with extensive dog-centered research to create a sleep environment that caters to canines’ natural behaviors.

    Let sleeping dogs lie on foam

    1. Recent lumps or bump that don’t go away on their own or continue to grow
    2. Sores or wounds that don’t heal
    3. Weight loss
    4. Loss of appetite
    5. Bleeding or discharge from anywhere on the body
    6. Foul odors
    7. Difficulty eating, chewing or swallowing
    8. Loss of stamina in dogs, hiding in cats
    9. Persistent limping or lameness
    10. Difficulty breathing, urinating or defecating

    Signs of cancer can be vague….Read More

  • 10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Vet Appointment

    1 Write down your questions before you go

    You probably won’t be able to remember every question you had. It’s very easy to get distracted during a doctor’s appointment. However, if you have a written list of questions, you’re much more likely to get the answers you need.

    2 Listen…Read More

  • Water Cremation for Pets

    We are offering a new service to our clients who have lost a beloved pet. In addition to private and communal cremation, we are now offering aquamation.

    Aquamation , also referred to as water cremation, is closer to natural decomposition than any other method of disposition. The aquamation process uses gentle water flow, temperature and alkalinity…Read More

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How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

1 Use a pet or toddler toothbrush and pet toothpaste. Make ...