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Welcome to Our Clinic

Our staff welcomes you to our clinic. We offer excellent customer service and compassionate patient care in a friendly and professional atmosphere, along with quality products. The health and comfort of your pets are foremost in our minds.

Our veterinarians have enjoyed practicing equine, feline and canine medicine for over 20 years. Their decisions for each animal are based upon their life style and health history.

We tailor vaccination programs to meet the individual needs of each patient. We offer affordable spay/neuter services and any other type of surgery that is needed for your furry friend. We also specialize in orthopedics, such as fracture and knee and hip repairs.

Our Staff at Wesley Chapel Veterinary Clinic is friendly and courteous. Our primary concern is good health and happiness for your pet. Please call us to schedule an appointment during our office hours. For your convenience you may drop off your pet at our clinic on your way to work and meet with us later that day to review our findings.

We hope you will choose us for all your veterinary needs. Thank you!

Missed Appointments/Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, please give 24 hours advance notice, to ensure that you will not be charged for the appointment.

If less than 24 hours notice is given and we are unable to fill your slot, you will be expected to pay for the appointment.

Pet's Best Insurance

Come visit us at our
new location:

3736 Turman Loop
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

(Red Fern Professional Plaza behind Dunkin Donuts on BBD north of 56)

Click here for a map and directions

Office Hours:
Mon - Fri, 9AM - 5PM
Appointments Preferred

Every other Saturday
8AM - noon
Appointments Required

(813) 973-3951

WCVS Clinic


Please Spay or Neuter Your Pets

More than 50,000 kittens and puppies are born each day. Did you know that 4 out of 5 are born homeless?

Spaying or neutering can provide a large advantage in the health and behavior of your pet. When your dog or cat is spayed or neutered, he becomes less aggressive, less likely to roam, and for male cats, less likely to “spray” urine.

From a medical standpoint, male cats and dogs may show an improvement in physical development while experiencing a decrease in hernias, testicular tumors, and prostate problems. Female cats and dogs show a decrease in breast cancer as well as tumors and infections of the ovary tracts.

Ensure the well being of your pet while helping to control overpopulation.