St Johns Veterinary Hospital

and Cat Clinic

We are a full service hospital

Medical, dental, surgical, diagnostic imaging and more...

Preventative Health

Preventative health visits are an opportunity for your pet to get to meet and bond with one or more of our veterinarians. Florida's hot climate makes heartworms, parasites and viral diseases a year round concern.


Pets need dental care just like people! Our veterinarians can now get to the root of your pet's dental problems with our new digital dental x-ray system. X-rays or radiographs are taken during the dental procedure to evaluate the health of tooth beneath the gum line.


Your pets anesthetic and surgical procedure is individualized in our surgical facility that is operated to exacting quality standards. A veterinary surgeon and two surgical assistants attend the pet throughout the procedure. Anesthetic monitors that measure oxygenation, blood pressure pulse and respiration are utilized to measure vital signs.


Veterinary technicians consult the electronic medical
record for each pet's medication. Hospitalized pets are
under the watchful eye of our veterinarians. An oxygen
cage is available for critical patients.

Diagnostic Imaging

If your pet is injured or not feeling well, non invasive imaging such as radiology, endoscopy and ultrasound may be used to diagnose the problem.

Laser Therapy and Acupuncture

Theraputic laser treatments and acupuncture are used to treat pain, chronic conditions and inflammation. Your pets treatments are quick and painless and provide a non-invasive alternative that can be coordinated with drug therapy.

Care for Wildlife

We have cared for sick and injured wildlife for over 20 years at no cost. Over 500 animals are cared for each year by our veterinarians. Birds, reptiles and mammals of all kinds are triaged, treated medically or surgically and sent to local wildlife groups for rehabilitation.

Visit our Facebook page to see the wide range of wildlife we care for.

Whats New!


Pets need dental care too! .

80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the age of 3..

Routine dental cleaning removes plaque and tarter from pet's teeth. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia without any pain or discomfort to the pet.

We Care!


If your pet becomes ill, our veterinarians are experienced in critical care..

If your pet needs surgery


Four staff veterinary surgeons provide a wide range of complex and routine procedures. Surgical and anesthetic protocols are individualized specifically for your pet..