What is Heartworm Disease? Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the heart and lungs of dogs, cats and other mammals. Dogs and cats of any age or breed are susceptible to infection. Infected dogs are the source of heartworm infection. The disease is […]
Dr. Godwin attended the 39th Annual Conference of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society in Crested Butte, Colorado from March 6-10. He attended lectures on the most up to date research and techniques in the use of stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma, post-operative rehabilitation, and knee surgery. One of our goals is to be aware of […]
We would like to extend a warm AMC welcome to the newest member of our team, Mark Kulesa, who will be working in our kennel. Mark was born in New Jersey, and moved to Florida when he was 6. He enjoys cars, working on cars, NASCAR, football, video games and comics. He has a Scottish […]
From February 19-23, Dr. Rodriguez attended the 84th Annual Western Veterinary Conference that took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. While she was there, she attended lectures on internal medicine topics such as liver disease, respiratory tract infections, managing diabetes, managing and treating pancreatitis and blood transfusions. With continuing education, we are able to keep current […]
Animal Medical Clinic has teamed up with the South Animal Care Center to provide a foster care program at Animal Medical Clinic. We have in our clinic, one dog and one cat at a time that we are looking after for SACC and looking for homes for them. We have already adopted out one dog […]
We would like to take a moment to congratulate Paula Quinn, for taking the position of kennel manager at Animal Medical Clinic. Paula is a wonderful, caring, and devoted person who will make sure that your pets are taken care of while they are staying at Animal Medical Clinic.
Novartis Animal Health has launched a new product – Atopica for Cats – for use in cats with allergic dermatitis. Allergic dermatitis is caused by sensitivity to allergens in the environment, such as dust mites, pollen or mold spores. Symptoms include itching, bumps, scabs and hair loss. Atopica is not a steroid medication, but is […]
Animal Medical Clinic has adopted a road! Eber Road, between Babcock Street and Dairy Road is the responsibility of Animal Medical Clinic. Each weekend, the kennel staff of Animal Medical Clinic goes out to clean up litter and debris to help keep Melbourne beautiful!
Animal Medical Clinic now offers a consultation service on Monday through Thursday evenings from 7 till 10 pm. This service is only for pet owners who have a pet that is sick or injured and need advice on whether a trip to the emergency clinic is needed, or if you can make an appointment with […]
This year, Brevard County has redesigned the annual county licenses for pets. Instead of getting a new tag every year, this year they are switching to a permanent tag for all pets. Fees will still be $10.00/year for spayed/neutered animals or first license for puppies and kittens, and $16.00/year for intact animals. Replacement tags are […]