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​​​​​​​Animal Care of Ponte Vedra

Animal Care of Ponte Vedra is a team of compassionate and highly trained veterinarians and individuals who care for your pet from puppyhood through their golden years. Offering a full range of veterinary medical and surgical services including alternative therapies, we welcome dogs, cats, pocket pets and small mammals as patients. We hold your pet’s well-being as our highest priority and we aim to provide the highest quality care at reasonable prices.

How can we help your pet?

Offering full-service veterinary care including dentistry plus grooming, we are here for all your pet’s needs and are proud of our stress-free techniques to make the vet appointment a pleasant experience for you & your pet. Animal Care of Ponte Vedra is here to help you create more memories with your pets!

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How Old Is My Pet In Human Years?

As your pet ages - their healthcare needs become greater.  Since pets age at a faster rate than humans, Animal Care of Ponte Vedra recommends an exam every six months after your pet reaches age 7 in order to make them happy, healthy and pain-free

New Year's Resolutions for Healthy & Happy Pets

New Year's Resolutions for Healthy & Happy Pets

Summer Tricks to Get Rid of Ticks

Tick prevention is recommended year-round for pets, especially pets that are outdoors often and in wooded areas.  We have many tick and flea/tick preventions that are safe and effective for your pets. 

Why Do We Recommend Early Detection Tests?

Our Early Detection Testing provides information about your pet’s liver, kidneys & pancreas, blood sugar levels, white & red blood cell and platelet count and so much more.

Why Should I Vaccinate My Pet?

Pet owners - you might be asking yourself, “Why should I vaccinate my pet?”

Here is some insightful information from our veterinarians to answer your questions about the safety of pet vaccines and their necessity to keep pets healthy.

Pet Disaster Preparedness Tips

Pet disaster preparedness tips from The Humane Society of the United States.

World Rabies Day is September 28th

World Rabies Day is Sept. 28 - created to raise awareness of public health impact of the rabies virus & importance of vaccination.


Ways to Reduce Pet Stress at the Vet

Regular veterinary exams are important for all pets to live long, healthy & happy lives! Our veterinarians recommend all pets, even indoor cats and pets that appear healthy, have an annual exam each year (twice a year for senior pets) to help us help you identify problems before they become serious.

We realize coming to the veterinarian can be stressful on your pets (and you).  Here are tips to help make your next visit easier on you and your pet.