GWYNNETH HALL, D.V.M
WELCOMES YOU TO
HOMOSASSA ANIMAL & BIRD HOSPITAL!
Helping our community through preservation of our native wildlife
Dr. Hall impliments stress free-fear free veterianry care to all her patients to make the hospital visit as pleasant as possible. From a spacious and comfortable atmosphere much like your own living room, to limited wait times, our staff tries hard to exceed your expectations of what a visit to the veterinarian has been. We pride ourselves on our caring atmosphere and friendly staff. Our goal is to provide you with a superior veterinary experience.
Dr. Hall has been a small and exotic animal practitioner since 1989. She pursues intensive
, and specializes in avian
and turtle shell repairs.
Dr Hall provies all veterinary care to Nature World Wildlife Rescue at no charge, as well as helping as needed with FWC & Ziggy's Bird Rescue Dr. Hall is an active member of: AVMA, FVMA, AAV, AAWV, HSUS and the ASPCA.
DUE TO THE RECENT INFLUENZA OUTBREAK IN FLORIDA AND GEORGIA WE ARE NOW OFFERING THE "FLU" VACCINE FOR OUR CANINE PATIENTS. SEE MORE INFORMATION UNDER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & RESURCES see: www.doginfluenza.com or
www.vetmed.ufl.edu FOR CURRENT UPDATES
CURRENTLY USING DURAMUNE ULTRA VACCINES; A SMALLER VOLUME MORE PURIFIED VACCINE MEANS LESS CHANCE OF REACTION
Our office is open to see patients from 8AM to 6PM Monday through Friday. Boarding admissions and discharges are available on Saturday & Sunday from 9AM to 1PM.
After hours emergency care is referred to Animal Emergency of Hernando located at 3496 Deltona Blvd. in Spring Hill. Call 352-666-0904 for more information
Please let us know if there is anything that we can do to better accommodate you.
We look forward to working in partnership with you to provide your pet the best possible care.
Dr. Gwynneth Hall and Staff
Exotic Pets Welcome!
Dr. Hall has extensive experience with a wide variety of exotic pets and wildlife. She is also happy to see domestic fowl patients (chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, swans, etc). Avian patients will require an annual exam prior to nail, beak, and/or wing trims. All exotic patients MUST arrive at the clinic in an appropriate cage, carrier, or container.