Client Forms & Links
Our Main Registration Form and other important client forms are included below for you to fill out at your convenience.
We also have a list of helpful links you can refer to for any additional pet-related needs you have. If you have any questions, please let us know by calling (772) 337-8570.
Port St. Lucie Animal Care & Control
Get in touch with your area animal control center if you have any questions about helping strays or local wildlife.
Animal Care & Control of St. Lucie County
No matter where you live in St. Lucie County, this is who to call regarding lost or injured pets, wildlife encounters, and bite cases.
Fort Pierce Animal Care & Control
Healthy animals make for a healthier community. Whether it's wildlife, feral cats, strays, or family pets, their welfare is essential for public safety.
Humane Society of St. Lucie County
The Humane Society of St. Lucie County is our local animal shelter. If you are looking for a new pet, consider adopting from them!
Venomous Snake Identification
The Florida Museum of Natural History provides an exhaustive list of venomous and non-venomous snakes with photos to help you identify which is which.
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association
The WSAVA is a global veterinary community with over 200,000 members worldwide.
Grieving the loss of a pet is completely normal and healthy. Use the following links to help yourself and your family during this difficult process.
Pet Food Recalls – AVMA
Keep up with the latest pet food recalls—you never know when it can save your pet from illness or other food-related issues.
CareCredit provides an easy way to pay for your pet's medical visits when the unexpected (and expensive) happens.
Find a payment plan that helps you cover the cost of your pet's treatment, no credit card required.
Plan ahead for hurricane season to make sure you and your pet have exactly what you need to stay safe.
Worms & Germs Blog
Are you well-versed in companion animal zoonotic diseases? The Worms & Germs blog updates on a weekly basis, so don’t miss out on the important information it provides.
Cornell Feline Health Center
A wealth of topics and information about feline health.
Ohio State University Pet Initiative
Helping people be the best owners and provide the best possible environment conducive to their pet's health and well-being.
Florida Veterinary Behavior Service
Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist. She and her team provide one-on-one services to help alleviate problematic behaviors in dogs and cats and keep pets and their families living together in harmony.