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 an organization of five full-service animal hospitals offering a range of services to take the very best care of your pet. Our professional and courteous team of veterinarians and highly-trained staff are dedicated to providing the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for our highly-valued patients at all times. Our veterinary clinics possess state-of-the-art technology to ensure that our veterinarians can provide the absolute standard in 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.

Our veterinarians and staff are also proud to provide behavioral training, grooming, house calls, rehabilitation, and more services as needed!

For over 50 years, it’s been our goal to practice individualized patient care for your pets and provide exceptional client service. 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!

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Need transportation? We’ll come pick up your pet for their next visit.


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