Current products available at Animal Medical Center of Brooksville for heartworm prevention, flea control and multiuse products offering cross-protection for heartworms, fleas, intestinal worms and various other forms of protection. While there are many products available nationwide, we have selected products we feel are superior in each of their respective categories to offer to our […]

Animal Medical Center of Brooksville had three of their employees attend the North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) in January 2015.  NAVC, held in Kissimmee, Florida, is one of the largest veterinary conferences in the nation.  There are lectures for veterinarians and technicians, wet labs that offer specialized training, and a trade show with hundreds of […]

Fall Harvest Adoption Event will be held at Animal Medical Center of Brooksville on Saturday, November 1 from 12:00-3:00.  This adoption event is for Animal Services of Hernando County.  There will be several dogs and cats that will be available and are looking for their forever home. We offer frees exams on all adopted pets, free obedience […]

Animal Medical Center of Brooksville is proud to be a sponsor of the Hernando High School Veterinary Assisting Program.  This is a four year program offered at high schools to train and certify students in the field of Veterinary Assisting. Students in their third and fourth year in the program are mentored by veterinarians in […]

“Dash” was presented to the Animal Medical Center of Brooksville for generalized demodecosis (red mange, demodectic mange, hereditary mange) that was not responding to therapy given at another hospital.  Dash had open sores, swollen feet, and a secondary skin infection that was severe.  Dash’s owners were quite distraught and were contemplating euthanizing Dash. Dash became […]

An annual physical exam as well as a current heartworm test will be required on all dogs to purchase heartworm medication.  Cats will need to have a physical exam only. The reasons for implementing this policy: There is a risk that your pet can have a life threatening reaction if heartworm prevention is given to […]

Heartworm disease is caused by the growth of a worm transmitted by mosquitoes.  There are four stages in the development of an adult heartworm; microfilariae, larva, juvenile worm, adult worm.   It takes approximately 6 months for the adult worm to develop. The adult heartworm can live up to 7 years.  They live in the right […]