Paradise Animal Center     16784 North Kendall Drive     Miami, Florida 33196     Telephone (305) 387-0841

 

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SPECIAL PET PROGRAMS TO KEEP

YOUR BEST FRIEND HEALTHY FOR LIFE

 

 

Wellness Programs

 

If you own a young pet between 16 weeks and seven years of age, the time to achieve and maintain “wellness” (i.e. great health) is now.  Dogs and cats age much more quickly than we do.  Even if you bring your pet to the veterinarian once each year, that can be compared to you only going to see your physician every seven years.  It is during these years that proper diet, exercise and habits will play the greatest role in preventing future illness. 

 

 

 

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Vaccinations  

 

Vaccinating your pets against disease is one of the most important aspects of pet health care. 

 

Proper vaccination can spare your pets from such potentially deadly diseases as rabies, distemper and feline leukemia.  Vaccinations must be re-administered periodically to protect your pets from diseases and keep them healthy for a lifetime.

 

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Senior Pet Care

 

Old age is not a disease, but age increases the chances of a health condition that is often manageable if caught early enough.  Both cats and dogs are considered “Senior” at the age of seven with consideration of their breed, health, nutrition, and activity level. 

 

Diseases and conditions that are commonly known to affect older people also affect our pet companions such as kidney, heart and liver disease, tumors, cancer, diabetes, depression, and arthritis to name a few.  Understanding these changes and how you can provide for your pet’s needs are essential to quality of life.

 

 

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HOURS OF

OPERATION

 

Monday, Tuesday,

Thursday & Friday

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

Wednesday & Saturday

8:00 am - 1:00 pm

 

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A veterinarian is NOT on the premises after

office hours 

 

Closed major holidays.

 

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