About South Kendall Animal Hospital
South Kendall Animal Hospital is dedicated to your pets’ health and wellbeing. Widely recognized as a compassionate, skilled, and cost-conscious hospital, our medical team provides pets and pet owners with only the finest veterinary care available in the Greater Miami and Dade County Florida area.
From routine wellness exams to complex surgical procedures, our hospital strives to stay at the forefront of cutting-edge veterinary medicine while maintaining a client-centered philosophy. Home to a state-of-the-art facility, our team of veterinary professionals is able to quickly and accurately diagnose your pet, allowing for faster and more effective treatment. We aim to provide your companion with the highest standard of care while also meeting your client service expectations.
We view each pet as an individual with unique health care needs. For this reason, we develop a specialized preventative care plan for all of our patients. This allows us to treat your pet with a standard of care that is the hallmark of South Kendall Animal Hospital. We also stand by the power of client education and responsible pet ownership.
Since 1983, South Kendall Animal Hospital has had the proud distinction of being Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. We care for not only canines and felines, but also birds, ferrets, rabbits, pocket pets such as sugar gliders, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hedgehogs, and reptiles such as lizards, turtles, tortoises, and snakes.
At South Kendall Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Our doctors are members of innumerable veterinary organizations in an effort to continuously further their knowledge and participation in cutting-edge veterinary medicine, research, and education. Holding membership in organizations concerned with the health and wellbeing of companion animals ranging from dogs and cats to birds and exotics, our well-rounded team of veterinary professionals is ready to offer their expertise no matter the species of your loved one.
American Veterinary Medical Association
The American Veterinary Medical Association was established in 1863 as a non-profit association to represent over 85,000 veterinarians practicing in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services.
South Florida Veterinary Medical Association
The South Florida Veterinary Medical Association is driven to protect, promote, and strengthen the veterinary profession within the Miami-Dade area. Operating as one of the largest associations in Florida, SFVMA uses scientific knowledge and skill to advance veterinary medicine and the human-animal bond.
American Animal Hospital Association
Founded in 1933, The American Animal Hospital Association establishes benchmarks of excellence at companion animal veterinary hospitals. In order to earn AAHA Accreditation, any veterinary hospital in the United States or Canada must pass strict evaluation demonstrating the highest standards of veterinary care.
Association of Avian Veterinarians
The Association of Avian Veterinarians was founded in 1980 with a mission to advance and promote leading avian medicine, stewardship, and conservation through the education of small animal practitioners with an interest for avian care.
Florida Veterinary Medical Association
Founded in 1928, The Florida Veterinary Medical Association strives to advance the veterinary profession, improve animal health, and safeguard public health in the state of Florida.
American Association of Feline Practitioners
The American Association of Feline Practitioners was established to promote the health and wellbeing of felines by encouraging the highest standards of practice, furthering education, and continuing scientific studies.
American Veterinary Dental Society
Established in 1976, The American Veterinary Dental Society was created with the mission to further the knowledge, education, and awareness of veterinary dentistry among veterinary professionals, students, and the general public. AVDS has over 1,000 active members making it the largest organization of veterinary dental professionals.
American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology
The American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology was formed to encourage scientific advancements in veterinary dermatology to support the body’s largest organ, the skin.
American Ferret Association
The American Ferret Association strives to promote domestic ferrets as companion animals, protect the health and safety of ferrets, and provide medical advancements for veterinary professionals, researchers and rescue shelters.
American Heartworm Society
The American Heartworm Society was developed to raise public and professional awareness of Heartworm Disease, as well as promote scientific advancements in the study and research of Heartworm Disease.
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
Established in 1982, The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association was formed to spread awareness regarding the science and art of holistic veterinary medicine, and how integrative veterinary medicine can benefit the health and wellbeing of animals.
Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
Founded in 2000, The Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians was created to further veterinary medicine if ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, mice, and various other exotic companion mammals.
Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians
The Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians supports the humane treatment and conservation of reptiles and amphibians by promoting education, captive breeding, and habitat preservation.
Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association
The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association is dedicated to helping animals through advocacy, service, and continued education. HSVMA also offers leadership and volunteer opportunities for veterinary professionals in support of a humane veterinary profession.
Association of Veterinary Family Practice
The Association of Veterinary Family Practice strives to further exceptional veterinary care in a new age of human-animal interaction where the roles of companion animals are changing.
Association of Sugar Glider Veterinarians
The Association of Sugar Glider Veterinarians is committed to the progression of sugar glider medicine, care, and stewardship for veterinary professionals and sugar glider pet owners.