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Welcome to The Brentwood Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Pensacola, Florida
Call us at 850-434-2646


The Brentwood Animal Hospital, located in beautiful and scenic Pensacola, FL is a full service small animal family oriented practice. We pride ourselves on treating both our staff AND your pet families members like they are part of our own family.

e4761f_7276ec75906e3c812718334e9c3a82bb.jpgThe doctors and staff at The Brentwood Animal Hospital are committed to enhancing the bond between animals and humans. We strive to provide care and compassion to our patients and provide exceptional service to those who love them. The Brentwood Animal Hospital has been caring for the pets of Pensacola for the past 45 years. We provide full preventative, medical, surgical, and dental care. Yearly health exams and vaccinations are offered as well as flea, tick, and heartworm prevention.

The diagnostic laboratory is equipped to perform heartworm exams, feline leukemia/FIV screening, fecal parasite examinations, urinalysis, radiographic tomography, and complete blood chemistry profiles. We provide surgical care utilizing pre-surgical blood evaluations, a sterile surgical suite, isofturane anesthesia, electrocardiology, histopathology, and pulse monitoring. Dental procedures include ultrasonic cleaning, polishing, fluoride application, and surgery to help eliminate and prevent periodontal diseases.

Dr. Todd Burnett
Pensacola Veterinarian | The Brentwood Animal Hospital | 850-434-2646

5101 N. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL 32514

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Tuesday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Wednesday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Thursday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Friday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

  • "I have been using this vet for about 20 years. I know when I take my fur babies there they will be treated like family. They have such kindness and love for the animals they take care of. I have boarded my babies there and didn't have to worry how they would be treated. Doc is the best, he even takes the time to return a call on his days off and to call in a prescription too! I trust no one but Brentwood Animal Hospital with my fur babies."
    Amy H.
  • "I really love this place the Dr and staff are welcoming and friendly since I been going for my pets this place rocks!"
    Salaina R.
  • "Dr Burnett and his staff are awesome. I've been going to Brentwood Animal Hospital for 6 year. They take exceptional care of my Abbygirl English bulldog. No more allergy problems. I would highly recommend this animal hospital."
    Ramona M.
  • "I have been coming here since the early 90's....will never go anywhere else...Dr. Burnett is the best. 😊"
    Carol M.
  • "My cat had a previous blockage and was worried he was experiencing another one. We brought him in without an appointment and they got us in an out within an hour. Professional and friendly. Definitely coming back!"
    Elle V.
  • "Very knowledgeable and friendly staff who really care about your pets. Thanks for all that you do."
    Kevin K.
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