The best time to treat sickness in your pet is before it happens— that’s why we recommend regular check-ups regardless of your pet’s age. These check-ups allow us to assess your pet’s health from nose to tail, identifying any potential issues and making recommendations about how even healthy pets can improve their wellbeing and live even fuller lives.
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Is your pet sick, injured, or otherwise unwell? Bring them to Animal Medical Clinic of Gulf Gate and our expert team of veterinarians can examine your pet, diagnose the issue, and recommend a treatment plan to get your loved one back to 100% as soon as possible.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
We offer a wide range of surgical services and procedures, ranging from standard and preventative procedures to more advanced surgery designed to improve your pet’s health and, in some cases, even save their life. You can learn more about our surgical services here.
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Pet Dental Services
Most people have heard the term 'doggy breath', and understand what it means - and how it smells. Bad breath in pets is extremely common, but the concern goes far beyond unpleasant odors. In truth, bad breath is one of the first signs of dental disease; and, one of the most common conditions affecting dogs and cats today.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
Few things are better than the joy and excitement of a new furry friend, in our opinion! At Animal Medical Clinic of Gulf Gate, our first recommendation to new pet parents is always to schedule a physical exam as soon as possible. This is important even if you're a seasoned pet owner! Each pet is unique and young dogs and cats require more frequent and special veterinary care to ensure they are prepared for a long, happy, and healthy life with you.
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Senior Pet Care
Pets feel the same aches and pains of aging as we do. As your veterinary care provider, it's important to us to keep our senior patients healthy, happy, and comfortable into their golden years.
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