Abita Veterinary Practice

21471 Hwy 36
Abita Springs, LA 70420

(985)892-5252

www.abitavet.com

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Welcome to Abita Veterinary Practice

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Pets are valuable companions that flourish with proper care and a loving home. Our goal here at Abita Veterinary practice is to help you achieve the longest life possible for your loved one. We are dedicated to help you make the best possible decisions about your pet's health

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Abita Springs and the surrounding areas. Please call our office today at (985) 892-5252 for all your pet health care needs. We hope we can be a valued service for both you and your pets.

  

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Download the free mobile app for iOS or Android, and enjoy the ease of connecting with us through this new mobile platform.  Make sure that you sign up with the same email that you provided to the clinic.

 

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Abita Veterinary Services

 

paw icon  On-site Laboratory

paw icon  On-site and online Pharmacy

paw icon  Digital Radiography

paw icon  Senior Programs

paw icon  General Soft Tissue Surgery

paw icon  Elective Spay/Neuter Surgery

paw icon  Wellness Exams

paw icon  Vaccinations

paw icon  Dentistry

paw icon  Hospitalization

paw icon  Heartworm Preventative

paw icon  Flea Preventative

paw icon  Skin Disease Treatment

paw icon  Health Certificates

paw icon  Prepaid Microchips

paw icon  Eye/Ear Treatment

paw icon  Internal Disease Treatment

paw icon  Grooming

paw icon  Boarding

paw icon  Metabolic Disease Treatment

paw icon  Lameness Treatment

paw icon  Prescription Food

paw icon  House Calls

paw icon  Heartworm Treatment

 

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