Dr. Rubinstein, Dr. Turgai, and Dr. Nelson, are ready to take care of your beloved pet.
The past few weeks have been challenging for many. As one of the leaders in the pet care industry, Park Avenue Animal Hospital wants you to know they care deeply about your family and take the responsibility of caring for your pets very seriously.
At this time, they’re still open during regular business hours. Out of an abundance of caution, they’re no longer allowing any non-PAAH staff members inside of the hospital. Any scheduled appointments are asked to call them from the parking lot when they arrive for their appointment. A technician will then come out and take your pet inside for the doctor to examine. Then a doctor will meet you at your car and go over a treatment plan and answer any questions you might have.
For any medication or food refills, they ask you to please call them ahead of time. Payment will need to be made over the phone, and your order will be delivered to your car when you arrive.
Park Avenue Animal Hospital wants you to know they have been providing the gentle bed-side manner that owners expect, with the cutting edge medicine pets deserve in the Apopka community since August of 2008.
While dogs and cats are by far the most popular choice for most pet owners, the doctors at Park Avenue Animal Hospital have a special place in their hearts for all animals, furry, feathery, or scaly.
With over 30 years of combined quality veterinary experience, the doctors have gone well beyond standard veterinary education and practice to further their knowledge of animal care to include reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, birds, guinea pigs, and other exotic small animals.
Fully equipped with diagnostic and surgical tools to meet just about any situation, Park Avenue Animal Hospital is able to provide reasonably priced medical and surgical care without sacrificing quality, in a setting designed to take the stress out of visiting your vet.
Routine examinations, vaccines, dentistry, and nutritional and behavioral advice are just some of the services provided by the doctors and staff in a beautiful office that is as comfortable as your own home.
Veterinary schools expose potential animal doctors to just about every species of animal in the world (except humans!). With such a vast collection of animals to study though, most vet schools lack the capability to include extensive study of exotics in the core curriculum.
There are exotic study courses that can be taken as electives, and vet students can gain lots of real-world experience through internships and study programs. It all starts with a vested personal interest though, and many veterinarians choose to stick with common species such as dogs, cats, and horses as their primary study.
If you’ve ever owned a dog or a cat, you know that if your furry friend needs medical care, you can take him to your local vet’s office. But what happens when your iguana, parrot or rabbit gets injured? What about when your chinchilla or ferret doesn’t feel well?
In the past, owners of exotic pets had to search far and wide to find a veterinarian who was willing to see an exotic patient. Most veterinary offices simply aren’t equipped or staffed to take on these animals and will refer you to a specialist, which can get very pricey.
With Park Avenue Animal Hospital’s convenient location at 847 N. Park Avenue (Rock Springs Road) in Apopka, affordable help for all your pets is now right in your own community!
Whether dog or cat, ferret or chinchilla, gecko or bearded dragon, parakeet or macaw (even the occasional hawk or owl!), at Park Avenue Animal Hospital, the goal remains unchanged: To provide affordable healthcare for pets without sacrificing quality medicine, and to provide consistent, reliable information for pet owners to help them make the best decisions for their pets’ health.
Call today at 407-880-9446 to schedule an appointment or visit them online at www.parkavenuevets.com.