The very Best Veterinary Care for Your Pet in Miami, FL
Pou Veterinary Group was founded in June of 2013, by Gonzalo F. Pou, D.V.M. We are a family owned and operated animal hospital offering the client-doctor relationship that makes you and your pet feel right at home.
We are committed to veterinary excellence, and strive to provide the best veterinary care possible, with an attentive and sensitive staff to serve you and your pet!
We strongly believe that integrity forms the basis of everything we do. As a practice committed to ensuring the highest level of trust with our clients, we always offer the solution that is in the best interest of maintaining, or making your pets healthier. Our team of proactive caregivers and pet lovers work together to create a warm and welcoming experience for both you and your pet.
We are a progressive practice that delivers the highest level of care by developing and maintaining expertise through continued education and technological advancements. We believe that preventive care is the best way to keep your pet’s happy and healthy.
Our office exams are always FREE OF CHARGE. The doctors and staff at Pou Veterinary Group believe that every pet, whether healthy or sick, deserves to be seen by a licensed veterinarian, this includes our specialists. Our goal in doing this is to help prevent medical conditions before they progress into something more serious, or potentially fatal. This gives each the best chance to live a long and healthy life!
Routine office visits, including thorough physical examinations, blood and fecal test, annual and semi-annual vaccines, and heartworm and flea/tick prevention can help ensure a long and healthy life for your four-legged friend.
Routine dental prophylaxis has shown to prevent serious heart and kidney disease by preventing the transmission of bacteria into the bloodstream from infected teeth and gums. Semiannual dental cleanings are recommended.
The most overlooked health risk in dogs, cats and pocket pets is periodontal disease. Besides loose teeth, gum infections and chewing disorders, bacteria from dental disease can lead to congestive heart failure and kidney disease.
We offer dental X-rays, ultrasonic dental scaling and periodontal treatments to preserve and maintain a healthy oral environment.
Dogs and cats age at the rate of approximately seven years for every one of ours. That means your pet is considered a “geriatric” by the time they reach eight years old. Significant changes occur, and routine geriatric profiles should be done to discover problems early in their course and treat them with appropriate therapies.
We want to help you help them stay healthy as long as possible. Senility, arthritis, obesity, impaired hearing and sight are all subtle changes that occur as our pets get older. Be on the lookout.