Welcome to our veterinary hospital
Since we established ourselves in 1980, our animal clinic has grown remarkably in both scope and vision. We now offer more veterinary services than ever before in order to provide your pet with the most comprehensive pet health care possible. As an American Animal Hospital Association accredited animal clinic, we take pride in the ways we champion excellent veterinary care in our community. You can trust that our veterinary clinic is fully dedicated to providing the highest caliber veterinary services possible to you and your pet.
Our veterinary hospital is proud to provide the following veterinary services thanks to our wonderful team of veterinarians and veterinary staff:
• Preventative medicine
• Comprehensive examinations
• In-house pharmacy
• In-house laboratory
• Radiology and ultrasound
• Surgery (soft-tissue and orthopedic)
• Veterinary dentistry
• Intensive care
• Access to mobile specialists
• Emergency services
Sand Lake Animal Clinic provides compassionate care, attention to detail, and the most current and advanced pet health care services available. At our pet clinic, we understand that pets are part of the family — and we strive to make your experience with us one that will keep your family coming back for generations. As pet owners and lovers ourselves, we are dedicated to providing unparalleled quality care for your pet at all times.
We’ve proudly served the pet owners of Orlando, Lake Buena Vista, Windermere, Tangelo Park, and the Disney Florida area for decades, and we can’t wait to add you to our pet family.
Our pet hospital’s veterinarians and staff provide you and your pet with the utmost care and attention. We want to partner with you to ensure they receive the best pet health care. A happy and healthy pet is a sign of a job well done!
Meet Our Veterinarians
Meet our animal hospital’s five dedicated veterinarians and their hardworking staff who are committed to providing the most comprehensive and compassionate pet health care possible to pet owners from the Orlando, FL area.
Our veterinary hospital knows that a torn cranial cruciate ligament is the number one cause for limping in the rear leg of a dog. This ligament in the dog is the same ligament as the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in humans.
Veterinarians proudly serving Florida pet owners from Bay Hill, Lake Buena Vista,
Windermere, Dr. Philips, Tangelo Park and the Disney Area.