Lake Emma Animal Hospital
645 Primera Blvd, Orlando, FL 32811
Fax: (407) 333-3171
|We cover all areas of internal medicine, including: Cardiology; Ophthalmology; Neurology; Dermatology; Gastroenterology; Surgery; Oncology; Endocrinology; among others.|
IMMUNIZATION AND WELLNESS CARE
|We strive to prevent illness whenever possible. The time and effort invested in Wellness programs has rewards for both pets and owners. Our Wellness programs are designed specifically for your pet and include: Comprehensive physical exam; internal parasite testing; heartworm and flea control; vaccination program; spay and neuter package; and specialized blood tests for all life stages.|
FULLY STOCKED PHARMACY
|We stock a wide range of the best veterinary drugs in the animal healthcare field.|
|We are proud to introduce K Laser Class IV laser therapy for your pets. Its beneficial uses include alleviating chronic pain, accelerating healing & rehabilitation and much, much more! Class IV means far more power than was previously available for laser therapy.|
Lasers are a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery. Lasers replace scalpels in many procedures, and are useful for a wide range of conditions, such as cyst, tumor, and wart removal, and can even be used in declawing. Laser procedures result in less pain; less bleeding and less swelling. They reduce risk of infection and result in less post-operative discomfort.
|We offer the most advanced surgical techniques and technology. All patients are carefully screened for safety, and anesthetics are specifically tailored to your pet. Surgical services and facilities include: board certified surgeon available for consultation; fully trained veterinary and technical staff, to ensure the safest, most efficient, state-of-the-art procedures for your pet; heated surgery tables for greater comfort; advanced sterilization techniques; ECG and oxygen saturation monitors; intensive after surgery care and full|
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06/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
have been a professional dog trainer, handler and Police K9 supervisor for over 25 years, I have come into contact with a great many Veterinarians in my time and can honestly say Dr John Dee is one of the very best in the business. Absolutely trustworthy, honest and dedicated I have always and will always recommend him to my clients. Since joining this community I have heard nothing but good reports from a huge number of his long standing and new clients who cannot speak highly enough of him. I have absolutely no reservation in recommending him to folks who need a Veterinarian, have perhaps had bad experiences with other veterinarians or who need an experienced second opinion. If all vets were as diligent, experienced and trustworthy as Dr Dee our pets would be very lucky indeed. I trust my daughter's hearing dog with John Dee and know that she is in two of the safest hands in the country; Caring Professional and experienced - veterinary care doesn't get any better than this.\n\nDarryl Payne\n(K9 Sgt rtd)\nLSGC POLICE MEDAL\nCDT, IACP, PCSA, FLECA, BIPDT, BPSCA, USPCA, IEDDA, IPWDA, \nLSO (counter Terrorism) \nCERT DOG BEHAVIORIST\nCERT POLICE K9 (Patrol & Explosives detection)\nPolice dog efficiency, welfare & Quality assurance assessor\nWorking dog trials judge\nHigh Court expert witness\nOwner - Pawfection Dog Training USA (based in Florida)\n\n
06/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. John Dee, Lake Emma Animal Hospital is currently under investigation as a result of a complaint I filed with the Board of Veterinary Medicine in Tallahassee regarding the death of my cat Bandit. The Case Number is 2011027249. Bandit hadn?t been eating well the last few days. Dr. Dee did sometests on her and called me the next day and told me she had kidney disease. He told me that I needed to bring her in for IV fluid treatment that would last for 3 days to get her stabilized. \nThis treatment is safe and without risks unless the cat has heart problems like Bandit did. She had a heart murmur. They noticed she was having trouble breathing at 5:30PM and she was dead at 6:45PM. If a cat can be dead from this treatment in 1 hour and 15 minutes how can it be safe to administer IV fluids overnight when no one is there?\nI know that Bandit was 17 years old, but the result of Dr. Dee's treatment is she had a shorter life not a longer one.\n