Welcome to the
Tampa Bay Animal
Hospital Group

PROVIDING PET HEALTH CARE ACROSS TAMPA BAY

Tampa Bay Animal Hospitals is a network of outstanding veterinary clinics, made up of 6 pet hospitals, staffed by our wonderful doctors and veterinary team serving you across Tampa Bay, Florida.
We’re all connected and ready to serve you and your pets! You have the option to choose from any of our animal clinic locations to find the one most convenient for you and your schedule.
We practice compassion and empathy in all aspects of our veterinary practice and clients continue to come back because they can see that this level of care is genuine. We’re here to help, and we love what we do.

Check out our full range of veterinary services and our six separate pet clinic locations to find out which of our pet hospitals works best for you:

(Town 'n' Country / Westchase)
9801 West Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa, FL 33615 (View map)
813-885-4477 (Se Habla Español)
(New Tampa / Wesley Chapel)
19440 Bruce B Downs Blvd
Tampa, FL 33647 (View map)
813-973-8566 (Se Habla Español)
(East Tampa / Near USF)
5023 East Busch Blvd
Tampa, FL 33617 (View map)
813-988-1189 (Se Habla Español)
(South Tampa)
3221 W. Azeele St.
Tampa, FL 33609 (View map)
(Lutz/Pasco)
105 Sunset Lane
Lutz, FL 33549 (View map)
813-949-2706 (Se Habla Español)
(Lutz/Tampa)
18821 N. Dale Mabry Hwy
Lutz, FL 33548 (View map)
We’re proud to welcome you to our family of veterinary hospitals!

It doesn’t matter which pet hospital we primarily work at: our veterinary team is all here for the same thing. We’ve dedicated our lives to caring for animals, and the people that love them.

We want clients to feel comfortable, and right at home with us. At Tampa Bay Animal Hospitals, we want to challenge the stereotype of pets hating going to the veterinarian. So often we’re told the opposite: we live for the moments we’re told that your pets love coming to us because we love them, too.

Whether you’re from Westchase, Temple Terrace, Wesley Chapel, South Tampa, Lutz, Cheval, or looking for a new veterinarian in the Tampa Bay area, we’re proud to serve you!

Events & News
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) today named Dr. Link Welborn, chief executive officer of Veterinary Study Groups, Covetrus Chief Veterinary Officer North America and past president of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), as the winner of the 2022...
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