Your Pet is part of Our Family! Specializing in comprehensive & routine tiny animal medicine & surgery. We believe in the pet-human bond and discuss your pet as part of our family. Because of this, we're committed to delivering the highest levels of veterinary care using the most advanced technology available.


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  City Navarre, FL
  Zip Code 32566
  Address 7552 Navarre Pky 3
  Phone Number (850) 939-6080

From Our Website

Soundside Animal Hospital sees more pets with dental disease than any other problem. Statistics show that dental disease is the most common disease in dogs. 92% of dogs over the age of three are affected. Although less prevalent in cats, statistics show that 85% of cats over the age of three struggle with the disease. However, scheduling annual pet dental cleanings can add 2-4 years to your pet's life! While under general anesthesia, your dog or cat can receive a thorough dental cleaning. Soundside Animal Hospital uses a safe, local anesthesia and monitors your pet's heart rate, oxygen and respiration.


Nutrition plays a critical role in your pet's overall health and well-being. Did you know that your pet's nutritional needs change with age and activity level? Do you know the amount of calories your pet should have each day and whether you are over or underfeeding? Nutritional counseling and a customized diet for your pet play a key role in the management and prevention of kidney disease, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and other health issues. Whether your pet has special dietary needs or simply needs to shed a few pounds, the veterinarians at Soundside Animal Hospital can be a crucial partner in maintaining your pet's health.


Pet emergencies, accidents, and illnesses are unfortunately an inevitable aspect of being a pet owner. We understand how upsetting it is when your pet is sick or injured. Soundside Animal Hospital offers pet emergency services and critical care veterinary medical services. During business hours we welcome pet emergencies at Soundside Animal Hospital and encourage you to call us or come right in. However, outside our business hours, we recommend you contact the following emergency pet hospitals in Navarre.


Pain management can be one of the most complex aspects of being the caregiver of a sick animal. Animals have a natural instinct to hide pain. Therefore, signs of pain may be very difficult to detect and may include symptoms such as turning away a treat, slowly eating their food or sleeping loss. In cases of severe pain, your pet may show unusual aggressiveness, such as barking, snarling and snapping. According to Soundside Animal Hospital, animal pain falls into two categories: acute and chronic.


If your pet suffers from arthritis or other ailments, laser therapy may be a solution! Soundside Animal Hospital specializes in Class IV laser therapy, a type of phototherapy that uses a beam of light to stimulate healing from inside the body. With laser therapy, your pet can receive fast treatment and pain relief without using drugs or invasive procedures.


Anyone who has ever owned a pet knows what a significant role our pets play in our lives and how important it is to ensure they receive proper care. At Soundside Animal Hospital, it is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the duration of your pet's life. This includes routine preventative care, early detection and treatment of disease as they age, and complete medical and surgical care as necessary. At our clinic, we offer a variety of routine veterinary surgical procedures, all of which are performed with the safety of your pet in mind.


Each year thousands of pets go missing, and many don't make it back home. The American Humane Association reports that only 2% of lost cats and 15% of lost dogs make it back to their owners. At Soundside Animal Hospital, we recommend your pet be microchipped as it may greatly increase your chances of being reunited with your pet if it were to stray from home. Your pet needs a reliable form of identification. Even if your pet wears a collar and ID tag, collars can break off and tags can become damaged and unreadable.


Because pets can't tell us how they feel, we recommend a complete physical examination at least once a year, although exams every 6 months are encouraged, especially for senior pets age 7 & over. A veterinary exam allows us to form a picture of your pet's overall health, as well as spot potential issues. As your partner in maintaining your pet's health, Soundside Animal Hospital welcomes questions about diet, preventive and daily care, exercise habits and daily care. No question is too small or too silly.