Pasco Veterinary Medical Center

At Pasco Veterinary Medical Center, our focus is to educate, empower and motivate our families to understand why dis-ease occurs.  We help families create a lifestyle for their pets that will enable them to live the healthiest and longest life possible. 

Western medicine treats symptoms by naming it, blaming it and then taming it, but not addressing the root cause.  With integrated medicine, we address the symptoms so our patients are comfortable, but we don't stop there.  We address the root cause of dis-ease. 

Our unique approach integrates advanced western medical services (digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, advanced ophthalmology, and dental radiography) with alternative medical approaches to ensure that each animal receives the specific therapies for their needs.  We offer the widest array of alternative therapies in the country!

Care for your pets when they need it most.

Call (813) 973-2929 for more information or to make an appointment.

Routine Care

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Urgent Care

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Ancillary Services

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You can trust us with your furry family.

Caring for your pet like it's one of our own.

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Do you accept walk-ins?

Having a scheduled appointment will reduce your wait time and your pet's stress. In the event your pet has a medical emergency and you arrive without an appointment, we will immediately assess your pet's condition and triage them accordingly. Critical emergency cases will receive top priority followed by patients with previously scheduled appointments. Emergency visits are charged an additional fee.

Do you make house calls?

We can arrange for one of our veterinarians to make a house call. Please contact us and we will work with you to arrange a time for a home visit.

Do you offer grooming or bathing services?

We have a groomer on premises and our veterinary assistants provide bathing services for pets. Your pet must be current on vaccinations and have had an examination by one of our veterinarians within the past year in order to book an appointment. Dogs must be current on their rabies, distemper/parvo and Bordetella vaccinations or titers and cats must be current on their rabies and felinedistemper vaccinations or titers.

Do you board pets?

We offer boarding for dogs, cats and exotic pets. Please see our boarding page for details.

What forms of payment do you accept?

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I think my pet ate something that could be poisonous, but he/she seems fine. What should I do?

Does my pet really need to be on a leash or in a carrier, when we visit your clinic?

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My pet needs to have surgery/Should I be worried about the anesthesia?

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Have More Questions?

Let's face it... stuff happens! There are many situations that can arise regarding your pet's health and we want to help get you the answers you need as quickly as possible. Please take a moment to review our FAQ here on this page. If if you still have questions, please visit our FAQ page for event more helpful information!

Still Need Answers?

We understand that your pet may have special needs, or experience unique circumstances that can't be adequately addressed by reviewing a list of frequent questions. If you have questions about specific conditions or circumstances, or just want to speak with a live voice - no worries! We are here to help. Please contact Dr. Siegel at (813) 299-1641 and leave a message. Dr. Siegel returns all calls, even those made after-hours.

No Time For Calls?

No problem! Our team is wholly dedicated to maximizing the health and quality of life for all of your pets. Feel free to send us a message via our Contact Form and we will send the info you need via email.

Send Us A Message

Pasco Veterinary Medical Center
4575 Pet Lane
Lutz, FL 33559
(813) 973-2929 (o) | (813) 973-7768 (f)

Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sun: Closed
After Hours Emergency: Call Dr. Siegel (813) 299-1641