Offering affordable, comprehensive care for your furry family member.
SPCA Florida’s McClurg Animal Medical Center evolved from a high volume spay/neuter and wellness clinic into one of Polk County’s largest veterinary hospitals with seven full-time veterinarians, more than 30 veterinary support staff members. From our highly skilled surgery prep and recovery team members to our inpatient hospital technicians who handle emergency cases during business hours. Whether your pet needs routine heartworm testing and vaccines or specialty surgery, SPCA Florida’s Animal Medical Center team is dedicating to providing your cats and dogs with professional care necessary to keep them healthy and happy.
Proceeds from the Medical Center help pets of those less fortunate as well as our community’s homeless cats and dogs served through our Adoption Center. Each month SPCA Florida invests approximately $12,000 to restore the health of owned animals whose guardians cannot afford full treatment costs or to rehabilitate and treat homeless pets or transferred animals from partner Polk County Animal Control.
Wellness Packages Features Annual Testing and Vaccines
Preventative care is critical to your pet’s health. You will protect your pet and save money by ensuring your cat or dog is examined by the veterinarian regularly, vaccinated annually, and undergoes yearly testing for potentially fatal diseases like heartworms and feline leukemia/AIDS. Dogs and cats are just like humans — they need vaccinations to stay healthy and to keep potentially deadly diseases away. They also need boosters to keep the vaccines effective.
Many vaccines can be given to pets as young as 6 weeks old, so talk to one of our veterinarians about setting up the best vaccination schedule for your cat or dog, kitten or puppy. More information about age appropriate vaccines and what they protect against, can be found by visiting our vaccination page.
Routine and Specialty Surgery
Spay/neuter surgery is core to SPCA Florida’s mission to humanely address pet overpopulation. That’s why we offer affordable fees and encourage pet owners to spay or neuter their pets when they are nine weeks old or three pounds. We also offer a Community Cat Program, which provides a reduced cost for the public and humane trappers to bring in free-roaming, un-owned felines, sometimes known as feral cats, in humane traps to receive pain medication, spay or neuter surgery, ear tipped (universal sign on sterilization), and a rabies vaccine. Visit the link above or call (863) 646-7722 for more details about that program.
SPCA Florida’s surgery team also performs specialty surgeries including, but not limited to exploratory, femoral head ostectomy (FHO) and other orthopedic operations, eye enucleation, intestinal repairs, mass removal, lifesaving leg amputations, and much more. Additionally, SPCA Florida handles emergency surgery during business hours, providing an affordable alternative to other private veterinary clinics. Given SPCA Florida frequently serves cats and dogs whose medical history is unknown or pets whose owners cannot afford extensive diagnostic testing, the organization’s high quality surgery monitoring equipment is critical and helps to keep your pets safe during surgery. To find out more about SPCA Florida’s specialty pet surgery services or book you pet’s consultation appointment, please call (863) 646-7722.
Extensive On-site Laboratory for Fast, Accurate Results
Few things are worse than waiting for test results when your loved one is sick. The same is true for our furry family members. That’s why SPCA Florida’s full-service McClurg Animal Medical Center utilizes a large selection laboratory equipment for fast, accurate results. This state-of-the-art equipment allows our staff to quickly diagnosis pets and begin necessary treatment to restore their health. SPCA Florida’s laboratory is equipped to perform thyroid testing; blood panels and screenings for everything from food allergies to complete CVC, which can identify infections and disease; CPLs to check the pancreas, and chemistry phenobarb for patients experiencing seizures. If you have not been to SPCA Florida’s full-service medical center lately, schedule an appointment or arrange for a behind-the-scenes tour by calling (863) 646-7722 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital X-rays and Ultrasound
Prompt critical care is something SPCA Florida is well-equipped to handle. The medical center team uses digital x-rays and ultrasound to uncover pets’ internal ailments. Whether it’s discovering a foreign object through high definition digital x-rays or finding a mass buried within tissue using the three-dimensional ultrasound, SPCA Florida’s state-of-the-art veterinary equipment and trained, highly-skilled staff are ready to quickly and accurately diagnosis your pets.
Pet Dental Cleanings and Extractions
Like humans, dogs and cats have plaque and tartar buildup that can be ingested, enter the bloodstream and damage organs. These ongoing health issues can be very costly and sometimes even fatal so preventative care is critical. Four out of five dogs over 3-years-old have periodontal disease. If your pet is losing teeth, drooling or dropping food, experiencing oral bleeding, loss of appetite or shies away from you touching the mouth area, he or she may have periodontal disease.Healthy teeth equal better breath and most of our furry companions could definitely use a breath freshener, so book your pet’s dental consultation appointment today, (863) 646-7722 or email@example.com.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
A revolutionary piece of medical equipment that safely and painlessly delivers healing oxygen to stimulate stem cells and help repair organs,Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) delivers a massive influx of oxygen – even to areas with poor blood flow – resulting in remarkable benefits that cannot be achieved with any other therapy. One of the few systems in the state of Florida, McClurg Animal Medical Center’s HBOT accelerates treatment in spinal cord and brain injuries as well as slow-healing wounds, feline diabetes and much more. Read more about this life-saving veterinary technology now.