East Orange Animal Hospital
11937 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32826
At East Orange Animal Hospital we treat you like family and treat your pets as if they were our own.
East Orange Animal Hospital strives to provide your pets with the highest quality medical and surgical care in a relaxed friendly environment to minimize stress for you and your pet during what are often difficult circumstances.
Our doctors and staff work hard to explain the problems, treatment plan, expected outcome and estimated costs with owners. You are our partner in providing health care for your pet and we give you as much information as we can regarding your pet's health so that, together we can decide what is best for you and these very important family members.
Costs are reasonable and payment options are available
We work very closely with local board-certified dermatologists, opthalmologists, orthopedic & soft tissue surgeons, internists, cardiologists, neurologists and veterinary dentists to obtain the latest information and access to the most current therapies and techniques. Referral to one of these specialists is available as well.
Located on Highway 50 (East Colonial Drive)
1/4 mile east of Alafaya Trail across from The Olive Garden.
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**Dr. Mark Perreault and Dr. James Roden were listed among Orlando Magazine's Top Vets 2011 in September 2011 issue.
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We wanted to switch Veterinarians after having our puppy pass away suddenly last month, and heard great things about East Orange AH. After our first visit today with our new baby, I can not say enough good things. I felt like they saw me and my pets as individuals, not just another appointment. Dr. Agatheas took time to chat and answer questions, and the techs were SUPER sweet with my pup. They made me feel like I was making great choices already and were personable.
The front desk staff took the time to chat with me about grooming, and asked questions about my pup and loved on her. I just got really good, warm vibes here. Not like some giant institution feel that some other clinics have.
For those who complain about cost- pets are not 'cheap' care is not 'cheap'. Veterinarians often attend school LONGER than human doctors AND all are surgeons/dentists as well! They can't ask your pet 'What's wrong? Where does it hurt?" they just have to KNOW. Products aren't free, and neither is their time. I'm not sure why everyone thinks that suddenly because its a dog and not a person, it should be $20 for a doctors visit? If you can't afford the vet, don't get a pet. I found their costs to be generally comparable to the clinics in this area.
07/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Be cautious and ask questions!!!! My dog was seeing Dr. Roden for several years, and I thought he was good. He always seemed to solve the problem but it only solved it for 3-6 months. He would either change his food, or change the medication. If only I had really asked the right questions (but I was paying for his expertise)!! Coco continued with diarrea and vomitting, and we always continued with more medicine. I kept him there and I'm sorry for it, I should have known to ask more or get another opinion, and I didn't. I finally took him somewhere else, but by that time it was too late and we found out he had liver failure, after only 6 years. Dr. Roden will save you money but he doesn't really take care to find out the answer. My best friend, Coco is dead and maybe if East Orange AH had taken the time to really treat him he would be here. He may have died anyway, who knows, but I never got the chance to find out. After leaving Dr. Roden and East Orange AH I took him to the Specialist's in Maitland, where I spent over $3,000. to find out he had liver failure.
Honestly I would never recommend this vet or office! After Coco died I went to East Orange AH, and told them he died and what I thought.....not one person cared. No compassion from anyone.
We all make choices, I made a bad one. I think that Dr. Roden could have and should have done more. He should have seen the signs of liver failure, after all he was the experience vet. I don't know a doctor that doesn't know the signs of liver failure, do you???
06/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This vet is awesome! I have been searching for a great vet in Orlando for the last four years and I found one in Dr. Roden! He is very thorough, knowledgeable, friendly and truly loves animals. The staff are very courteous as well. I personally am very conservative when it comes to my beloved animals and Dr. Roden and staff are very conservative as well ie. no vaccines if animals are or have been sick recently, no surgery on sick animals (neuter/spay). All three of my kids go here.