Welcome to Paws and Hooves Veterinary Services

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Paws and Hooves is a unique family owned mobile veterinary service for companion animals and horses.

We are a husband and wife team that believes in compassionate and personalized care, taking our time to get to know you, your

pet and their surroundings. Only then can we truly understand every aspect of your pet’s life and environment, and be able to provide the best and most comprehensive service possible.

Our mobile veterinary clinic for dogs and cats is designed to handle examinations, vaccines, diagnostic procedures, minor surgery, radiographs, ultrasounds and dentistry for your pet right at home.

Our complete equine service will provide routine examinations procedures and emergency care at the farm.

We are looking forward to meeting you and your four legged friends. To learn more about our team, doctors and services provided please click on the tabs.

At Paws and Hooves Veterinary Service, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr Natalie Carrillo & Dr. Daniel Diklic
Davie Veterinarian | Paws and Hooves Veterinary Service | 954-224-5543


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