My friend called me @ work, her ferret, (basically her whole life), was lithargic & dozy. Her worst fear was that "Nickki' might die of unknown causes yet wasn't sick before now. She decided to drive to a vet @ Jax. beach although she lives on the westside of jax. I gave her the Verna vets' phone & said she should call them. Although this vet doesn't see ferrets, she said she would give her a chance. The vet diagnosed 'Nikki" with diabetes & gave her meds to bring her back to her usual self. The vet bill was minimal. The vet also gave my friend a dr.referral & some info to help with the diagnosis. This vet is a true animal rescue veternarian. I would reccomend this office for vet care of your beloved pet. Ki
5844 Fort Caroline RdJacksonville, FL 32277
From Business: Offering veterinarians and kennels services. At Fort Caroline Animal Clinic, we believe that the best way to ensure your pets live long, healthy and happy lives is …
I have volunteered at the center since March of 2011 - and I have never met a more dedicated group of people. Maybe the last person who posted was thinking of a different wildlife rescue? At the Wildlife Rescue Coaltion of Northwest Florida, the animals are fed 2 to 4 times a day - with fresh food. And the cages are cleaned daily. Florida Fish And Wildlife holds the authority to pull our permits, and they are always aware of the conditions of our organization.
Very caring people. These people truly love animals. They have treated my dogs like family since day one. Extremely affordable. I also brought a stray kitten in that tested positive for Feline Leukemia and was going to have it put down. They asked me not to and 6 months later we had it retested as advised. The cat outgrew it, tested negative and is a beautiful, healthy addition to our family! Dr. Farrin is amazing!