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Welcome to Brentwood Animal Hospital in Pensacola, FL

Here at the Brentwood Animal Hospital in lovely Pensacola, we know just how much your beloved pets mean to you, which is why we treat every patient and their human companions just like a member of our longstanding family. In fact, we have been offering top-notch care veterinary care in Pensacola for more than 45 years! As a full service family oriented practice for small animals such as cats and dogs, we can provide for your pet’s needs ranging from annual wellness exams and vaccinations to more complex procedures such as surgical and emergency care. Our state-of-the art diagnostic equipment allows us to offer in-house lab results fast to get your furry friend the treatment they need right away.

Meet Our Veterinarian in Pensacola

The entire staff of veterinary technicians and our supportive front office team work in concert with our vet to ensure that every pet gets the precise treatment they need to live a happy, healthy life. Heading up Brentwood Animal Hospital is Dr. Todd R. Burnett, DMV, who has dedicated his life to caring for animals and serving as a support system between owners and pets. He received is veterinary degree at Kansas State University and has been caring for patients at our clinic for more than 11 years. Come and meet him and the rest of the team to discover why we are one of the most reputable animal hospitals in Pensacola, FL.

Services Offered at Brentwood Animal Hospital

We are a one-stop veterinarian in Pensacola, FL prepared to serve all of your pet’s needs. Some of the services we offer include the following.

Comprehensive Wellness Exams: From the time you take your puppy or kitten home and throughout their lives, the best way you can ensure they live long and prosper is to have regular checkups with our Pensacola, FL. veterinarian. During these examinations, we’ll fully evaluate your pet’s health, look for fleas, and check their organs for proper function, which may require blood, fecal or urine tests.

Spaying and Neutering: Beyond helping reduce the pet population, spay and neuter procedures have a number of pet health benefits including preventing many diseases and behavior issues. Call us today to learn more!

Pet Vaccination Services: We offer a full range of pet vaccinations for pets of all ages and booster shots as necessary. Whether you need standard preventive vaccinations or occasional ones to prevent conditions such as kennel cough during boarding and grooming procedures, we can get your pet taken care of and legally licensed and registered within ours and the surrounding counties in Florida.

Pet Microchipping: Increase the chances that a pet who has run astray gets home to you with a quick and affordable pet microchip. We include a year of registration services through an international database along with each procedure.

Pet Boarding Services: If you need a loving home for your cat or dog while you’re away from home, you will find that our boarding facilities offer all the comforts of home with a few perks, too. They’ll have everything they need and get personalized attention in our care.

Pet Grooming Services in Pensacola: Whether your pet needs a routine bath, a nail trim, ear cleaning or a medicated bath for parasites like fleas and ticks, schedule grooming services at Brentwood Animal Hospital. We offer light sedation options for pets that don’t care for grooming.

Pet Dental Care: Just like humans do, pets require regular dental cleanings and care to help prevent periodontal disease, cavities and tooth loss. Signs that it’s time to bring your animal in for dental care include bad breath, discolored teeth and gums, reluctance to eating hard food and excessive drooling.

Surgery & Emergency Care for Pets: We offer basic and emergency surgical services for cats and dogs. While an appointment is recommended, we understand that some incidents need immediate care. Our veterinarian in Pensacola also offers orthopedic surgeries for hip and knee displacement issues.

Contact our Pensacola Vet at Brentwood Animal Hospital

If you are looking for a comprehensive and experienced animal veterinarian in Pensacola, we look forward to meeting you and your pet very soon. Call Brentwood Animal Hospital today at 850-434-2646 to schedule an appointment to discover why we have been a top choice for pet care in Pensacola, FL for more than 45 years!

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  • "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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