All Your Pet Health Needs in One Location

Our state-of-the-art facility houses a professional staff and a complete general practice. Our high quality and high volume spay neuter clinic is designed to provide the best pet health services in the St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay area.

We’re Here Day After Day, Year After Year

From puppies and kittens to senior pets, we do it all. Annual checkups for cats and dogs are an important part of pet health care plans at all stages of life. We offer annual vaccinations, routine wellness and yearly checkups, regular dental cleanings and nail trims. 

 

Call today to schedule an appointment: 727-220-1770

 

Announcement: SPCA Tampa Bay Veterinary Center

At this time we are accepting new Spay/Neuter clients but are reserving well visits for current clients only. We appreciate your kindness and patience and if you have questions about your pet’s health or about our operating hours please call 727-220-1770.

 

LOCATION:

3250 5th Ave. N
St. Petersburg, FL 33713

 

HOURS:

Monday – Friday:  7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m

Special Hours Notice:

Closed 12:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m. every third Tuesday of the month for staff training.

Patient Forms

Forms available below for your convenience.

New Patient Form

 

Additional Animal Information Form

 

Treatment Consent Form

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