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


  • Random Cuteness



    I thought you all might enjoy just some random adorable animals.

    Above is Happy. What a perfect name.




    This is Riley. He belongs to one of our techs, Jamie. He thinks we can’t see him.






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  • Meet Vinny, the one eared kitten



    Vinny was a stray kitten who found his way into the engine of a truck. Unfortunately no one realized Vinny was in there and he had about a 30 mile drive before he was found. Some nice ladies were able to coax a scared and injured Vinny out of the truck and he was immediately taken to the closest veterinarian and…

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  • What is a Pet Microchip?



    Chippy’s owners want to make sure they’re reunited with him if he ever gets lost. He came to us today to be neutered and while he’s under anesthesia he’s having a microchip implanted. At the time of spay or neuter is the perfect time to have a microchip implanted in your pet, but it can be done at any time.

    About 14%…

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  • How to help your pets enjoy thanksgiving

    How could you resist those sad eyes? Thanksgiving is all about the food, for us and our pets. They know something smells really good in that oven and who can resist the sweet faces staring up at you with those sad eyes begging for a bite.

    You don’t have to say no! Well, maybe a little. We all know those precious dogs and…

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  • Rosalee Is Here!



    Congratulations to Dr. Josh Huffines and his wife Dr. Stephanie Huffines!


    Friday, November 7th, Stephanie gave birth to their first baby. Rosalee weighed 8 pounds and

    was 20 1/2 inches long. Mom and baby are both at home and doing great.

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  • What is Demodex?



    Demodectic mange (or demodex) is caused by microscopic mites that live and multiply in the hair follicles of the skin. It is not considered contagious but it  sure can look like it would be. The disease is related to a slow developing, poorly developed, or compromised immune system. It is usually seen in dogs less than 18 months old. To test…

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What Does Being AAHA Accredited Mean?

Who is AAHA? The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the ...