Cape Coral Pet Vet’s new clinic now open
Cape Coral Pet Vet, a privately owned, two-doctor veterinary clinic, has relocated to its new facility at 120 Del Prado Blvd., S. This modernized 4,000-square-foot facility more than doubles their previous space. With a continued emphasis on wellness and preventative medicine, the new location offers seven comfortable exam rooms, a state-of-the-art treatment and laboratory area, a large surgical suite, and a fully stocked pharmacy.
“We are so excited to be in our new home. It’s been a difficult past year making this facility a reality, but we are so thankful to our wonderful clients, our staff, the community, our vendors and our construction team that made our new home a reality,” said Dr. Cecilia Fisher, owner of Cape Coral Pet Vet said. “As clients will see, this new facility allows us to provide even better service to our patients, while maintaining our small, family friendly feel.”
A first of its kind in Cape Coral, the new facility has separate cat and dog entrances leading into their own exam rooms. The building is equipped with pet-friendly features such as LED lighting that can change colors and in-room music to help soothe pets, cat rooms with cat furniture and a large virtual fish tank. For pet parents, the clinic offers exam rooms equipped with computers and displays to show X-rays and ultrasounds, indoor and outdoor waiting areas and a dedicated peaceful room for end-of-life services.
“Our new facility has helped us continue our goal of providing high quality medicine, with a calm fear free experience for pets and people alike,” stated Fisher.
Cape Coral Pet Vet is a full-service veterinary hospital, offering comprehensive medical care with an emphasis on wellness and preventative medicine. Headed up by Fisher and Dr. Sharon Lomnicki, their team believes your pet is part of their family!
Pet Vet prides itself on its strong community presence supporting causes such as “Shop With a Cop” and Cape Coral Youth Soccer as well as hosting events such as “Black Ties and Tails Masquerade Ball” in support of the Cape Coral Animal Shelter.
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