Pet of the Month – Shelby

9 Nov No Comments admin Animals, Dogs, Pet of the Month, Uncategorized

Welcome to our Pet of the Month feature, where we showcase pets of all shapes and sizes from our doctors, staff and friends. Today, we are introducing the world to Shelby Mustang. Shelby is a two year old rat terrier who is part of Dr. Debbie’s family! Three months after

Pet of the Month – Squirt

5 Oct No Comments admin Animals, Cats, Pet of the Month, Uncategorized

Welcome to our Pet of the Month feature, where we showcase pets of all shapes and sizes from our doctors, staff and friends. This little ball of black fur is Squirt. She belongs to our Vet Tech Manager, Kathy! Kathy found Squirt alone in a parking lot at her former

Happy 7th Birthday to Us!

11 Aug No Comments admin Uncategorized

    Happy 7th Birthday to us! Today marks 7 years since we first opened our doors and time has really flown! It has been a really great and eventful ride – exciting community events, fascinating patients and cases, amazing new technology, over 350 Seaver comics, and five Best of

Best of Apopka – Vote for Us Today!

10 Aug No Comments admin Uncategorized

It’s that time of year again! Every year, the Apopka Chief hosts the “Best of Apopka” contest, calling on its readers to vote for their favorite businesses in this great city. We are proud to say that our friends and clients have voted us Best Vet in Apopka five years

Emergency – After Hours

22 Feb No Comments admin Uncategorized

Park Avenue Animal Hospital is happy to be available for you and your pets in an after hours emergency. If you have an emergency during normal business hours, call our main number, 407-880-9446 or bring your pet into the clinic as quickly (and safely) as possible. If you have an

Wear Purple!

2 Oct No Comments admin Uncategorized

END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Every year in the United States, there are over five million incidents of domestic violence. In Florida alone, over 120,000 incidents were reported in 2008, two hundred of which had deadly results. Domestic violence knows no age or gender – it also knows no species. Statistics show that 48%

April Fooled?

1 Apr No Comments admin Uncategorized

As we settle into spring, the higher temperatures and increased humidity means that fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are becoming more active. Flea and Heartworm prevention are important year-round, but in Florida, it is especially important during this time of the year. Often, we as consumers are regaled with commercials on

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