Welcome to
Tampa Bay Animal
Hospital Group


Tampa Bay Animal Hospitals is a network of outstanding veterinary facilities, made up of 6 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 locations to find the one most convenient for you and your schedule.
We practice compassion and empathy in all aspects of our 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 services and our six separate locations to find out which of our 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)
105 Sunset Lane
Lutz, FL 33549 (View map)
813-949-2706 (Se Habla Español)
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 hospital we primarily work at: our 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 vet. 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 vet in the area, we’re proud to serve you!

Events & News
We are very excited that a vaccine to protect pet rabbits against rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus strain 2 (RHDV) has arrived at Pebble Creek Animal Hospital! RHDV2 virus is a life-threatening, highly contagious disease that spreads between affected rabbits, carcasses, and...
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....
Our annual holiday food drive is officially underway. Each of our six locations has a designated food drop off station set up to collect any non-perishable food donations. These donations will be taken to the Metropolitan Ministries holiday tent a...
We love our senior pets—that’s why we are thrilled that November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month! If you’ve been thinking about adding a four-legged-friend to your family, consider opening your home and your heart to an older dog or...
1. Keep me away from party hazards! 2. Don’t leave me alone with Halloween decorations that are automated or pose choking hazards (like string lights or fake spiderwebs). 3. Don’t put me in a costume if I’m uncomfortable or resist. 4. Make sure...
October is Adopt a Shelter Pet Month! Ready to find your new best friend? Hillsborough County Animal Resource Center is a great resource! Here are just a few great reasons to consider adoption: You will help to cut down the...
Every year on October 29th, we celebrate National Cat Day. The real meaning behind this special date is so much more than pampering your sweet kitty and spoiling them with extra treats and toys. This day was originally celebrated in...
Veterinary technicians are critical to the day-to-day function of veterinary practices, and play vital roles in preserving animal health and welfare. National Veterinary Technician Week provides an opportunity to recognize veterinary technicians’ contributions. Because we value veterinary technicians every day...
All Creatures Animal Hospital Matches Local Realtor’s Donation Tampa Bay realtor Mary Jane Rickles, MHA, CLHMS, generously donated $525 of her commission from Dr. Kristen Lester’s recent home sale to the Veterinary Care Foundation (VCF). Furthermore, Mary Jane enlisted help...
Rabies is a serious and fatal virus that is usually transmitted by bite wounds, often from infected wildlife. This virus infects cells of the nervous system, can cause unusual behavior, and can even lead to aggression. Luckily all of our...
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