VCA Cypress Wood Animal Hospital

Phone: 954-752-5775
Fax: 954-345-4493
10452 West Atlantic Boulevard
Coral Springs, FL 33071
Business Hours
Sun Closed

Dr. Elizabeth Waugh-Le Count
Medical Director
DVM

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Caring for pets... and their people, too.

Welcome to VCA Cypress Wood Animal Hospital!

We would love to get to know you and your pets. Our hospital is staffed with a compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated veterinary team who will treat your pets as if they were their own. We will provide medical care that meets the highest standards while maintaining a warm family atmosphere. We look forward to seeing you!

Local Medical Issues

There are numerous local issues that can impact your pet's health, and that require your attention over the entire year. For example, there is heartworm disease, which can affect both cats and dogs. It is transmitted by mosquitoes, which thrive in our region, and is therefore a serious cause for concern. The winter temperatures do not get cold enough here to kill mosquito eggs, making heartworm disease a year-round risk.

Likewise for the potential for flea and tick infestation, or intestinal parasites, each of which poses a problem in any season.

Finally,

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New to VCA?

For your convenience we accept cash and all major credit cards. If payment

assistance is needed, ask about the Care Credit.

The VCA Cypress Wood Animal Hospital staff is made up of dedicated individuals who have a lifelong love for animals. Each member contributes in their own unique way to provide the best care for all of our patients. We believe in working together to give you and your pet a warm and friendly experience.

Dr. Gary Harrison
Staff Veterinarian
Veterinary School: Other

As a child, I remember "trying" to rescue a wild crane, my brother and I found in a swamp; we were unsuccessful. Another memory I have, involved

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Rough Start
Nicole from Tamarac

Max and I are eternally grateful to all the caring staff at VCA Cypress Wood for saving his life. I adopted 8 week old Max from the Broward County Humane Society in 2010. Once we were home I noticed that sometimes when he was falling asleep his head and paws would twitch. Eventually this escalated to him having a full blown seizure. The VCA Cypress Wood staff assured me that they would do everything possible to help Max. They also worked with the Humane Society in order to subsidize the costs of running all the necessary tests. Tina was particularly supportive and she and Riley (her golden retriever) took a special interest in watching over Max while he stayed at Cypress Wood. Max was diagnosed with epilepsy and once he was started on medication has been a very happy and healthy cat. He’s almost 3 now and is the definition of a “curious cat”, always needing to explore any new place or open door (especially the refrigerator). Dr. Martinez is always very thoughtful and caring when performing exams and answering questions. I always know that Max will be well taken care of at VCA Cypress Wood.

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