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Town & Country Animal Hospital

At Town & Country Animal Hospital, we strive to offer high quality pet wellness care, pet surgery, veterinary dermatology and more! Our veterinary hospital provides routine care for dogs, cats, ferrets and other small animals. We know your pets are an important part of your family, and we treat them like they're part of our family, too. Our Town & Country team is proud to provide compassionate, professional care to keep your pet active and healthy for life.

Town & Country Animal Hospital Provides Comprehensive Pet Care

At our Ocala animal hospital, we believe that the best way to keep your pet healthy is through routine wellness care. We recommend annual screenings for all pets, and semi-annual screenings for senior pets. During a wellness exam, our veterinarians will perform a full physical and conduct diagnostic tests, including a blood chemistry panel, urinalysis and fecal sample evaluation for parasites and worms. During the wellness exam, we will also check to be sure your pet is up-to-date on all vaccinations, including rabies. Vaccinations are a safe and effective way to prevent common and potentially fatal illnesses. Our veterinary hospital also provides microchipping, nutrition counseling and behavioral medicine as part of our wellness services.

Regular pet dental cleaning is also an important component of wellness care. Just like in humans, plaque and tartar can build up in your pet's mouth over time. Even with regular brushing, this buildup can lead to a bacterial infection that irritates the gum line. Regular dental cleanings at our Ocala animal hospital ensure that your pet's gums are healthy and reduce the risk of potentially serious health complications.

Town & Country Animal Hospital

Our animal hospital is a friendly and welcoming environment for pets, children and families. We're proud to offer state-of-the-art facilities, including an advanced surgical suite. Digital radiography and ultrasound ensure precise diagnostic results. Heated tables enhance your pet's comfort, advanced anesthesia and oxygen saturation monitors ensure your pet's safety during an operation, and our post-surgery recovery unit is a safe place for your pet to recovery under supervised veterinary care.

Town & Country Animal Hospital is one of the only animal hospitals to offer fat stem cell therapy, a revolutionary treatment for managing arthritis and soft tissue injuries in dogs. This treatment is especially effective for older dogs struggling to run, jump and walk comfortably, and is a safe alternative to orthopedic surgery. Our animal hospital performs complex orthopedic surgeries, and provides secondary opinions for the treatment of orthopedic injuries and other surgical procedures. Our surgeon and experienced veterinarian Dr. Kelly Culbertson is the only Ocala veterinarian to offer Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteostomy (TPLO) surgery for repairing a torn cruciate ligament.

Whenever possible, we use minimal invasive surgery to reduce the risk of complications and speed recovery. Our laser surgery techniques ensure less pain, bleeding and swelling. We use this minimally invasive procedure for the removal of cysts, tumors and warts, as well as for spay and neuter operations.

In addition to advanced surgical care, our internal veterinary medicine offerings include cardiology, ophthalmology, neurology, gastroenterology, oncology and endocrinology. Our veterinary hospital has a fully stocked pharmacy for your pet's health needs, and we also carry specialty nutrition and dietary supplements. We also offer grooming, boarding and pet daycare services for our pet patients.

From welcoming your pet into the family to providing compassionate, senior care, we're proud to be your partner in keeping your pet healthy and active.

Dr. Kelly Culbertson
Town & Country Animal Hospital

5204 N US Hwy 27
Ocala, FL 34482

352-840-7020

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Kelly Culbertson, DVM

    Dr. Kelly Culbertson is a 1991 Summa Cum Laude (#1 in his class) graduate from Texas A&M University. A native of Texas, he has lived and worked in Ocala since graduating from veterinary school.

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  • Pam Neiser, DVM

    Dr. Pam Neiser is a 1993 Summa Cum Laude graduate from Auburn University.She and Dr. Culbertson have worked together since 1994, beginning at the Ocala Animal Emergency Hospital where she served as an emergency veterinarian.

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  • Lani Mills, DVM

    Dr. Lani Mills is a 2002 graduate of the University of Florida. Following graduation, Dr Mills did an internship at a specialty hospital in Atlanta Georgia. She is a Florida native, and grew up near St.Petersburg, Florida.

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  • Nichole Moore, DVM

    Dr. Moore joined our amazing veterinary team in July 2017. Dr. Moore comes from a thick line of family Veterinarians as both of her parents own practices in Brandon and Tampa, Florida.

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  • Eva Hirmer, DVM

    Dr. Hirmer joined our Town & Country family in April 2018. Originally from Ontario Canada, she graduated from Ontario Veterinary College with a focus on equine studies and spent two years on the inaugural research of sudden deaths in thoroughbreds.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Great Staff!!! They know how to make you feel welcome!"
    Jonathan Rogers
  • "They are great! On top of screen the need alert for. Any K health things are allergy related and even seizures"
    Candy Carson Olig

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