Cats tend to scratch everything. And while scratching can be annoying, this doesn't mean you should get the declawed. Today, our Stuart vets discuss why declawing cats is bad.
Welcome to Our Stuart Animal Hospital
Animal Care Extraordinaire provides preventive and emergency veterinary care for cats and dogs in Stuart and surrounding areas.
From pet dental care, gastropexy, and X-rays to spay and neuters, our sweeping range of services can meet all your pet's medical needs in one location.
We care for Stuart’s companion animals and have developed a reputation over the years for being extremely welcoming and accommodating while providing high-quality care.
Whether you've been relying on our veterinary team for years, or you're coming to visit us for the first time, you and your pet will always be treated with compassion.
We produce high-quality images of your pet's internal structures to diagnose and treat medical issues.
This surgical procedure is performed to prevent the dangerous condition known as 'bloat' in large dogs.
Radiography is a safe, effective, and non-invasive technology used to assess of your pet's health.
Quality, Integrity, Compassion & Service
Animal Care Extraordinaire is a fully equipped veterinary hospital that offers all the services your pet might need. From routine checkups and parasite prevention to ultrasound and dental care, you can trust that your pet's unique needs are being met.
What Clients Are Saying
Extraordinaire is the perfect name for this business. Not only do they give unparalleled service to my best friend time and time again, but they also take the time to inform and comfort me as an owner. They actually care about you and your pet. We've been seeing them for about 2 years.
Address & Hours
Animal Care Extraordinaire serves the Stuart community and beyond.
Tips & Advice From Our Stuart vets
If you're looking for tips and advice about common illnesses and disorders affecting your pet, our informative blogs can help. The team at our Stuart vet clinic have the answers you need.
Bloat in dogs is frequently a serious problem. It's a constant worry for owners of deep-chested dogs like Great Danes, Labradors, and Weimaraners. Gastric dilatation and volvulus are the last things any pet parent wants to think about. Today, our Stuart vets discuss gastropexy in dogs, how to spot the signs, and what to do.