HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL AND HERE'S TO GOOD HEALTH
BOTH FURRY AND HUMAN!
Jupiter Pet Emergency & Specialty Center
Welcome to Jupiter Pet Emergency & Specialty Center. Opened November 1st, 2012, we are committed to providing the best treatment for pets in Jupiter and its surrounding communities. Jupiter Pet Emergency & Specialty Center's focus of compassionate care means we treat all cases with the dignity and care you and your pets deserve.
Located at 300 Central Boulevard, Suite A, Jupiter, FL 33458, Jupiter Pet Emergency & Specialty Center features a full staff of experienced compassionate emergency veterinarians and technicians as well as 3 specialty services including ophthalmology, surgery and oncology. Request an appointment today and experience our new approach to emergency and specialty pet care.
Our Emergency Service is open from 5pm to 8am Monday through Friday, 24 hours on Weekends and Holidays.
IF YOUR PET HAS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, GIVE US A CALL AND COME IN IMMEDIATELY! 561.741.4041
THIS WEEK'S JUPITER COURIER ARTICLE BY DR LATIMER!
MEET VETERINARY SURGICAL CENTER'S NEW DOCTOR!!!
Dr. Hurt is originally from Cocoa Beach, FL. He graduated from UCF with a degree in chemistry, but his love of animals led him to pursue a doctorate of veterinary medicine which was obtained from the University of Florida. After veterinary school Dr Hurt worked in general practice, emergency medicine, and shelter medicine. Eventually he was accepted to a surgical internship at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, CO. It was this experience that led to an opportunity for advanced veterinary surgical training at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, which he just recently completed. He is now a resident of Jupiter, and enjoys helping animals with his surgical skills during the week, and spending time on the beach during the weekend.
IMPORTANT NEWS FOR SOUTH FLORIDIANS:
The recent rains have brought out the Bufo Toads! Protect your dogs by keeping them away from these ugly toads and come in IMMEDIATELY if your dog comes into contact with one. These are deadly in MOST cases! FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE!