Outstanding care for every client & pet every day with five locations in Tampa
Welcome to Tampa Bay Animal Hospital Group!
We’re proud to welcome you to our family of veterinary hospitals! The Tampa Bay Animal Hospital Group is locally owned, by Dr. Link Welborn and Dr. Timothy Lassett, who both continue to practice veterinary medicine in our hospitals. Our hospitals are locally managed by our on-site practice managers and medical directors, all of whom have chosen to dedicate their careers to veterinary medicine!
Our five full-service animal hospitals offer a range of services to take the very best care of your pet. Our professional and courteous team of veterinarians and highly-trained and caring staff are dedicated to providing the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for our highly-valued patients. Our veterinary hospitals maintain state-of-the-art technology and adhere to the American Animal Hospital (AAHA) Standards of Care, to ensure that our veterinarians and technicians can provide the absolute best standard of care for your pet!
Are you looking for a veterinarian near you? With five convenient locations throughout the Tampa area, The Tampa Bay Animal Hospital Group is your comprehensive solution for all pet care, boarding, and emergency veterinary needs.
For over 50 years, it’s been our goal to provide individualized patient care, while providing an exceptional experience for our clients. Come visit our animal clinics today! Whether you’re from Westchase, Temple Terrace, Wesley Chapel, South Tampa, Lutz or even out-of-state, we’re proud to serve you!
Community & Events
Metropolitan Ministries is a local, grassroots, donor and volunteer-fueled community nonprofit. They provide practical solutions for underprivileged and homeless families and individuals throughout Tampa Bay. Once again, this Thanksgiving season we will be hosting a food drive at all of our hospital … Continue reading
Be wary of holiday food hazards for pets! The following foods should be avoided. 1) Turkey / Ham and Bones: These foods can be high in fat and lead to pancreatitis even if eaten in small quantities in some patients. … Continue reading