We are highly involved in the success of our pet community and it shows in our community-centered outreach.
As adorable as kittens are, addressing the overpopulation of unwanted cats in our community is serious business, and our approach to alleviating that problem is twofold.
Baby Binky was found in a rainstorm. Though her eyes make us want to call her “Blinky,” we modified her name to meet everyone’s many demands. No matter her name, she's gorgeous and she'll be ready to find her forever home just in time for Christmas.
First, we find homes for as many unwanted cats as we can through our Sunset Animal Clinic adoption program. Last year, we found homes for more than 50 kittens. The lobby at Sunset Animal Clinic includes a kitten play area where cat lovers can come to visit with the kittens, shower them with affection, and take one home.
Second, we offer a reduced spay/neuter rate for existing clients. Every third Sunday of the month we provide free pet spays and neuters at Camillus House, a local homeless shelter in Miami.
We also believe strongly in advocating for our animal patients at all levels, so two of our four doctors are on the board of the South Florida Veterinary Medical Association, where we help promote advancements in the field of veterinary medicine and in animal health and wellbeing.
Ultimately, what’s best for our patients drives everything we do. Our entire team is committed to continuing education, a community conscience, and a collaborative veterinary culture.