Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida has board-certified veterinarians on site, specializing in services including neurology, internal medicine, and critical care.
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ASH provides urgent care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for pets throughout Southwest Florida including Naples, Fort Myers, and Bonita Springs.
Our veterinary specialists perform critical care and internal medicine procedures to treat a variety of conditions such as endocrine disease and traumatic injuries.
ASH is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to provide clients with a precise diagnosis of central nervous system disorders in dogs and cats.
At ASH, it is our priority to ensure that your pet receives state- of the art, safe anesthesia and surgery. Safety and sophistication in general anesthesia is very high and we take anesthesia very seriously at ASH.
Anesthesia at ASH
ASH provides compassionate care and combined medical and surgical services for the treatment of cancer in pets to maximize the quality of life.
Welcome to Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida (“ASH”) located in Naples. We are the largest specialty referral and emergency hospital in Southwest Florida. ASH is the only hospital in Southwest Florida that offers board-certified specialists in the following disciplines: neurology, surgery, internal medicine, critical care and oncology. We are proud to be the only facility on the entire Gulf Coast that has a high-field MRI, CT and physical rehabilitation center within our hospital.
In addition, ASH is the only hospital in Collier County that is open 24 hours a day, 7 d ays a week, 365 days a year. We never close and our ER is always backed up by board-certified specialists day and night. The role of ASH is to partner with your primary care veterinarian to deliver advanced, state of the art, compassionate care to your four-legged best friend.
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.
“Thanks to Dr. Carnes, Miss Weenie will be able to run again one day. Paralyzed Saturday morning and home and walking today. This staff is great! Thanks again for giving us our Weenie back!“Christeen & Miss Weenie”
“To Dr. Havig & everyone at ASH
Thank you for fixing my knees. I´m doing better & able to play with the puppies Mia & Mac, although they knock me over at times. I´m back on my daily walks. Here I am by the creek. “Love Always, Major”
“Thank you to the Doctors, Nurses and Staff at Animal Specialty Hospital for your exceptional skiulls and caring compassion. South Florida is so lucky to have an emergency hospital of your caliber“ Julie”
Our veterinary referral hospital and 24 hour veterinary emergency center is 11,000 square feet and is the largest and most technologically-advanced animal specialty hospital in Southwest Florida.
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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