High Springs Animal Hospital is a full-service facility providing veterinary care for small and large animals in the High Springs area since 1981.
Our experienced veterinary practitioners and staff are dedicated to meeting all of the veterinary health needs of our patients, as well as maintaining a positive presence in the community.
The practitioners and staff of High Springs Aniaml Hospital strongly believe in preventative medicine. WE have developed puppy, kitten, dental and geriatric wellness plans. We offer screening for heartworm disease, the feline leukemia virus, and many other disorders. A full line of heartworm preventatives; flea and tick products, specialty diets and other pet supplies are available to meet our patient's needs.
Dr.'s hours and farm calls by appointment
At High Spring Animal Hospital, we are committed to offering the best possible care for your pet. We have modern on-site laboratory, radiological, surgical and anesthetic equipment for rapid and accurate patient evaluation and treatment. We also frequently consult the many specialists on the Faculty of University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine.
At High Springs Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Laura Cohen, DVM I Fred Schirmer, DVM I Dr. Carla Haddix, DVM
Donna Moran- Assistant
Doris Jackson- Receptionist
Jasmin Benson- Technician
Adam Clay- Technician
Michael Vazquez- Assistant
Marth Manzer- Assistant
High Springs Veterinarian | High Springs Animal Hospital | (386) 454-1001
17925 U.S. 441
High Springs, FL 32643
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I have been bringing my pets to High Springs Animal Hospital for many years. The staff is friendly and knowledgable and the prices affordable. I feel they really care about my pets.
- Jane Smith / High Springs, FL
After Hour Emergencies: Call (386) 454-1001
Doctor's Hours & Farm Calls- By Appointment
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