If your dog or cat has experienced a trauma, or needs immediate emergency veterinary care, please come directly to our facility at 10130 Market Street, Suite I, Naples, Florida. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 239-263-0480.
Our emergency veterinary services for dogs and cats include but are not limited to:
Our emergency room is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year with an experienced emergency doctor or specialist always present in the hospital to care for incoming dogs or cats or for those pets that remain hospitalized for continued care. The hospital is staffed by experienced emergency doctors at night and on weekends, with specialist support and consultation available 24/7/365. A Board-Certified Radiologist is always available for radiographic interpretation of imaging studies.
Our emergency veterinarians provide initial stabilization and advanced life support to critically ill and injured dogs and cats in conjunction with our Board-Certified Specialists to diagnose, treat and optimize your pet’s speedy recovery. Our emergency veterinarians and specialists are experienced in the acute resuscitation of trauma patients as well as those exposed to toxins and infectious disease. At the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida, we understand that this is a stressful and frightening time for both you and your companion. Our aim is to provide state-of-the-art compassionate care to dogs and cats for a diverse range of medical and surgical emergencies in a personalized setting to allow for as stress-free of an experience as possible.
A North Fort Myers couple's dog - paralyzed after what's believed to be a vicious attack - is walking again.
The dog, Bugatti, received an MRI scan and physical therapy from veterinary neurologist Michelle Carnes and the staff of the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida in Naples.
Bugatti was barely able to move after her injury in May.
At the time, her owners...
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What is the Ebola virus?
Ebola virus disease, formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans
Where does Ebola come from?
It is though that fruit bats of the Pteropodidae family are natural Ebola virus hosts.
Can Dogs get the Ebola virus?
Dogs have been reported to have developed antibodies, indicating an exposure to the virus, but dogs have not been reported to show signs or develop disease from the Ebola virus.
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