East Orlando Animal Hospital

based on 5 ratings

7600 Lake Underhill Rd.
Orlando, FL 32822
(407) 277-3497

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Veterinarians & Specialists, Groomers & Spas, Boarding & Kennels


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Holistic/natural products available:  YesFlea and tick dips:  Yes
Teeth brushing:  YesHand scissoring:  Yes
Nail clipping:  YesAnal glands:  Yes
Ear cleaning:  YesHot oil treatment:  Yes
Veterinary supervision:  Yes

“Full service veterinary clinic, certified by American Animal Hospital Assoc. Boarding, Grooming available.”

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5posted: April 29th, 2009

Wonderful vets and staff!

This is an amazing veterinary practice! They have extremely knowledgeable doctors and staff. They really care for the well-being of all their patients and will do whatever it takes to make a sick animal into the healthy, happy pet their family knows and loves. Although they tend to be on the pricey side, the incredible facilities and technology (ex: digital radiographs) are the reasoning behind the high prices. They gave me a wonderful opportunity to be a veterinary technician while in undergrad and I can honestly say I would probably not be in veterinary school if it wasn't for them. It would be an honor to go back and work for Dr. Glenn and Dr. Yantorni once I become a veterinarian :-)


1posted: April 20th, 2009

Stay away!!! They have really gone down hill!

I have been going to this vet for over ten years. Since they have changed locations from across the street I have notice a SEVERE decline across the board. They used to be over priced but worth it. Now they are just overpriced!!! We boarded our dog in their "lodge"... I thought it was funny YOU HAD TO PAY FOR A BATH before pick up. Now I know why... they let the dogs stay in their own and other dogs feces. Don't let the shiny new digs fool you... STAY AWAY!!! They gave my dog worms and then over charged me to treat. I was told i could order meds online to save a few... after waiting 10 days I get a call saying they don't do that. I would have to come back in and pay $5/ prescription. So now I have to bring my newborn baby and 3 year old back into the place that has a severe worm infestation to pick up a stupid prescription. This happened to a 10 year customer who has spent thousands with over the years. (By the way we have boarded at lots of places over the years and this is the first time our dog got worms.) Stay away please!


5posted: January 5th, 2008

We had to drive a foster dog there since the rescue was in the Orlando area. The staff was really friendly and understanding. They called the rescue organization and had everything together 5 minutes after we arrived. We were very impressed.


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