Your Reliable Veterinary Animal Hospital Serving Southeast Orlando
The family owned and operated practice of Curry Ford Animal Hospital is dedicated to superior quality animal health care for clients in the greater Orlando area. As a full-service small animal veterinary hospital, we have a wide variety of services available in a single location. From wellness checks through dental and surgical needs, we have the technology and experience you need to safely care for the furry members of your family. Dr. Thomas J. Mole built Curry Ford Animal in 1984, and has dedicated himself to the health and happiness of Orlando’s pets ever since.
Comprehensive Medical, Surgical & Dental Care • Boarding & Bathing • In-House Diagnostics • Prescription Foods & Preventions
Annual Wellness Exams
Even the healthiest looking pets should undergo regular wellness exams and preventative care to make sure your animals are as happy and healthy as possible. Our team of professionals work to deliver an individualized health care plan, catered to your pet’s unique needs.
Quality Boarding Facility
We offer quality boarding services for your pets. With separated boarding and bathing facilities for cats and dogs, we’ll keep good care of your pet whenever you need us. Your dog will be able to take in some sun and enjoy time at our outside pet park during his or her stay.
We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures, including in-house testing and in-house x-ray capabilities. Our hospital also includes a well-stocked pharmacy.
Pain Management – Laser Therapy
Using the latest cold laser therapy, we can help to manage your pet’s discomfort by enhancing the body’s natural healing powers.
Small Animal Surgery
For minor treatment or surgical needs requiring longer term hospitalization, we have the experienced staff and proper facilities for small animal surgery.
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