About Our Fort Lauderdale Animal Hospital
Since 1962 Arbor Pet Hospital has served Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, and local areas with best-in-class veterinary care. Since 1981 we've maintained accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) because we care about the standard of care our patients receive. Furthermore, many of our staff and clients have been with us throughout our long history.
Our goal is to fully educate you on your pet's daily care and present health status. When you visit with your pet, our veterinarians treat immediate concerns but also take the time to treat any contributing health factors and explain why. We hope to welcome you and your pet soon! Call us today at (954) 565-1896.
Arbor Pet Hospital is conveniently located directly east of Five Points in Wilton Manors. Therefore, whether you come from Coral Shores to the East, South Middle River to the South, or North Fort Lauderdale to the Northwest, we are easily accessible at 1220 Northeast 26th Street, Wilton Manors, FL 33305
Does Your Pet Have Allergies? Our Pet Dermatology Services Can Help
The climate of South Florida lends itself to tropical weather that isn't always easy on our allergies. Environmental factors such as mold, grass, and pollen contribute to allergies in our pets similar to ours. Many pets develop a skin condition called atopic dermatitis. The symptoms of this condition that turns chronic if left untreated are dry, scaly, red skin that leads to itching. In some cases, itching leads to secondary infections that require more extensive treatment.
While atopic dermatitis is a common allergic reaction in pets, there are many different skin conditions that stem from different sources. Practicing owner Dr. Louis S. Mogyoros has a strong interest in treating pet allergies and we're fully equipped to run tests to determine the root cause of skin concerns. If your pet has a fungal or parasitic infection, we work to treat and prevent their condition accordingly. If your pet does have a chronic skin allergy, we're knowledgeable on the most current medications that effectively prevent atopic dermatitis. Contact us to learn more or to schedule an analysis and consultation with our veterinarians today!
Why Accreditation Matters
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) states that only 12-15% of animal hospitals hold accreditation. This is significant because there are no governing organizations for animal hospitals outside AAHA and state minimum requirements. We practice high-quality pet medicine and volunteered for accreditation to show it. AAHA representatives inspected us on a full battery of standards that include sanitation, equipment, safety protocols, and client communications. Every three years, we are reinspected on around 900 different standards that change according to research and advancements in veterinary medicine's best practices. Arbor Pet Hospital is proud to be AAHA accredited and associated with the organization that has been elevating the care of companion animals since 1933.
Please contact us to learn more or to schedule your four-legged friend an appointment with us!