The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando veterinary clinics are here to keep Orlando’s pets healthy so they stay in their homes with their families.
Our veterinary teams provide comprehensive preventive healthcare for pets of all ages to keep them happy and healthy throughout their lifetime. Our wellness services include a thorough health examination, infectious disease and parasite testing, prevention vaccinations, dental care, nutrition, and behavior counseling.
Orlando & Sanford Clinic Hours:
Monday – Saturday 9-4
We carry a wide range of competitively priced heartworm prevention and flea or tick control products for both dogs and cats. We offer diagnostics, treatment, and management of both chronic and acute conditions that may be affecting your pet. Affordable care does not mean substandard services. For prompt diagnosis, our clinic is equipped with digital radiography, an in-house pharmacy, and laboratory for blood chemistry, urinalysis, and cytology. Our veterinarians can then determine the origin of the pet’s current symptoms so that treatment can begin immediately.
We understand that you may be on a tight budget and it can be tough to come up with a “chunk” of money rather than paying over time in bite-sized bits. That’s why we accept CareCredit® from our patients. CareCredit is a credit card for your health and pets need that lets you enjoy the benefits of living well today, with special healthcare financing options so you can pay monthly. Our mobile veterinary clinic also provides free services for income-qualified families.
Our clinic is open Monday – Saturday, 9:00am – 5:00pm.
An appointment is required at this time, with the exception of:
- Post Adoptions
- Post-Ops after surgery
Currently, our focus are dogs and cats
The clinic does provide a payment plan through a 3rd party provider, CareCredit. Applications are encouraged to be submitted before arriving at our clinic.
We do not provide that service in our clinic or shelter.
Your visit today supports the care of over 8,000 dogs and cats in our shelters.
As animals age there is the potential for development of conditions that can make routinely used anesthesia drugs difficult for their system to handle. Blood work can help identify problems that should be considered before anesthesia is administered and helps lower the risk of potential complications.
At 8 weeks of age, your puppy should receive Bordatella, DA2PP, and Canine Flu vaccines. It’s also recommended that puppies also receive Strongid, a dewormer.
At 12 weeks of age, your puppy is old enough to receive their first Rabies and Leptospirosis vaccines. This is also the age where your puppy is able to be spayed/neutered— a surgery that requires proof that a rabies vaccine was given to your animal.
Boosters for certain shots are required, so know that multiple visits are needed to fully protect your puppy against common diseases. You can make your appointment at any of our clinic by calling (407) 351 – 7722.
Alafaya Walk-in Clinic
Between 6-8 weeks of age your kitten should receive the first FVRCP vaccine, a FVRCP booster at 10-12 weeks, and the third booster at 14-16 weeks. The rabies vaccine should be given at 12-16 weeks of age.
Surgery can be done as early as 12 weeks of age.
It is not required, but strongly encouraged. Spay/Neuter of pets helps to control over population of animals in our area. The result is fewer homeless pets in our community. If your pet is not altered prior to their first appointment, we can schedule a spay or neuter appointment for you if you would like.
We do offer euthanasia services at our facility. To be present and do it through our clinic it is $93.50. Cremation services start at an additional $100 and vary by weight. You do not need an appointment and can come in Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm.
We prioritize you in the clinic receiving department which is why you do not need to make an appointment.
Bad breath from your pet is no smiling matter. Oral disease can lead to serious consequences for both cats and dogs. This can include serious infections, severe pain and even organ damage. With regular oral health maintenance and check-ups, most of these problems can be avoided. Check your pet between visits for these warning signs:
- Tartar buildup on the teeth
- Swollen, receding or bleeding gums
- Fractured or abscessed teeth
- Change in eating habits
- Bad breath
Keep these 3 important steps in mind:
STEP 1: Bring your pet in for a dental exam if you suspect a problem, don’t wait for their annual checkup.
STEP 2: Begin a dental care regimen at home.
STEP 3: Schedule regular veterinary checkups for oral cleanings and maintenance.
These simple steps will ensure proper pet dental health care for your pet!