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Welcome to Tampa Bay Veterinary Emergency Service
Your Emergency Veterinarian in Tampa, FL
Call us at 813-265-4043
We are continuing to respond to all the manner of letters, emails, phone calls, and Facebook postings regarding Cabela. Please be patient, we hope to respond in kind to each and everyone of you!
For those interested in donating to Cabela's care by personal check, please mail your tax-deductible contributions to:
Veterinary Care Foundation
16550 NW 46thStreet
Morriston, FL 32668
Be sure to write Cabela in the Memo line of the check. Cabela and our staff appreciate all the kind words and concern. Please check our Facebook page for more information on Cabela.
DONATE TO CABELA Click here
All donations above what is necessary to cover the cost of Cabela's care will be used for other animals brought to Tampa Bay Veterinary Emergency Service (last year over 500 injured, ill, or orphaned dogs and cats were cared for at our hospital) or will help care for injured or ill pets whose owners are financially limited.
As pet parents, we know how strong the bond becomes with our pets, and the worry and concern we feel when they become sick or are injured. All of us at Tampa Bay Veterinary Emergency Service, stand ready to see that your pet receives highly skilled and compassionate veterinary emergency care 365 day a year. WE have dedicated ourselves to consistently pursuing the latest state of the art training so that we may offer your pet the most up to date veterinary medical care in a friendly environment.
Compassion: We strive to treat every pet in the same respectful and compassionate manner with which we would treat our own pet
Highly skilled patient care: All team members receive ongoing training in veterinary emergency care so that we may offer your pet the excellent care it deserves.
Working with your family veterinarians: Your family veterinarian is always kept informed of the diagnoses and treatment recommendations. They are then prepared for any follow-up treatment your pet may need.
Pet health check-ups
Being here when you need us: We recognize your pet may become sick or injured when you family veterinarian is closed. We are therefore open when you need us; evenings, weekends, and all holidays. You can count on us being here when you need us most.
Your trust in our services is very important to us. We will therefore always keep you informed of our recommendations for treatment and associated costs before we start treatment.
We are conveniently located close to I-275 on the northeast corner of Bearss Ave and Florida Ave behind the Bank of America.
We are fully equipped with an in-house laboratory to perform blood chemistries, blood counts, and coagulation profiles. We offer diagnostic testing including radiology, cardiac EKG, and blood pressure monitoring. We have an oxygen chamber and special incubators for exotic & neonatal patients. Our surgical suite is prepared for urgent and emergent procedures.
Pet Loss Support Group: Free meetings
Place: Vista Inn and Suites
400 E. Bearss Avenue
Tampa, FL 33613
Meeting Dates for 2015
Jan 6th, Feb 3rd, Mar 3rd, Mar 31st, Apr 28th, May 26th, June 23rd, July 21st, Aug 18th, Sept 15th, Oct 13th, Nov 10th, Dec 8th
Dr. Katy Meyer
Tampa Veterinarian | Tampa Bay Veterinary Emergency Service | 813-265-4043
238 E Bearss Ave
Tampa, FL 33613
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