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How Often Does My Pet Need a Bath?

You bathe or shower every day or every other day, so it’s only natural to wonder how often your pet should need a bath. Bay Road Animal Hospital in Sarasota, Read More

The Benefits of Bathing & Grooming Your Pet

At Bay Road Animal Hospital, we provide a wide range of veterinary services for your pets to keep them safe and healthy. Our veterinarians in Sarasota are here to help Read More

Importance Of Pet Microchipping

Losing a pet can be devastating. There are so many ways your pets can get lost. They can escape from open doors during emergencies like car accidents or house fires, Read More

What to Know Before Boarding Your Pet

It is estimated that 67 percent of all households in America own pets. What will happen to your pet when you have to leave town for a while? If you Read More

Exotic Animals

We see a great number of exotic animals at our hospital. These range from the common chicken to bearded dragons, ferrets, pocket pets like gerbils, hamsters, rats, and all varieties Read More

How Often Should Your Pet Receive A Teeth Cleaning?

Taking care of your pet's dental health is just as important as any other part of his overall well-being. At Bay Road Animal Hospital in Sarasota, FL, we provide pet Read More

Pet Wellness Exams

If pets are a priority in your life, you want the best for them. Caring for your pets means having regular pet exams by a qualified veterinarian. Our veterinarians at Read More

Behavior Counseling - What to Know

Behavior Counseling Bay Road Animal Hospital serves the Sarasota area. We offer insight into your pet's health from the inside out. Every pet owner knows that the bond between an animal Read More

FAQS About Your Pet's Exam

Every day, our veterinary professionals at Bay Road Animal Hospital in Sarasota answer many questions from pet owners who are anxious about pet exams. In light of this, we have Read More

Shots, Spays, Neuters

Shots, Spays, Neuters – three terms that seem quite simple and inexpensive. Are they? Let’s investigate. The so-called “shots” are vaccines that protect our pets from diseases, some of which are deadly. Read More

Spring Allergies

“Spring is sprung, the grass is riz, I wonder where the flowers is?” Yes, it is that time of year when the flowers, trees, and grass put out large amounts Read More

Christmas Adoptions

So, you want Santa Claus to bring you a puppy or kitten for Christmas? DON’T DO IT. A commitment to a pet is a life-long commitment. The holidays tend to Read More

Hurricane Season

Preparing for Hurricane Season        Hurricane season has arrived. I have lived in Sarasota since 1974 and have witnessed many storms, both named and unnamed. You will see many Read More

Diseases in Animals

While there have been a few confirmed Covid-19 cases in both cats and dogs in the world, I am happy to report that no cases of Covid-19 have been diagnosed Read More

History of Bay Road Animal Hospial

The other day I was remembering when I started at Bay Road Animal Hospital. It struck me that we are the oldest continually functioning veterinary hospital in Sarasota county. When Read More

Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a form of heart disease that affects the heart muscle and its ability to pump properly. The veterinary community has been seeing a marked rise Read More

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