Where We Treat Your Pets Like Family
Whether you’ve had your pet for years or just a few weeks, your companion is already an important part of your life. They’re part of your family, and they deserve to be treated with love, respect, and kindness. Here at Kirkman Animal Hospital, we provide all of our veterinary services with these three things in mind—all in an inviting, cozy atmosphere. We gladly welcome dogs, cats, pocket pets, birds, small farm animals, and various other species—even monkeys—to our animal hospital in Orlando. We appreciate your choosing us to meet your pet’s needs, and we look forward to helping your pet down the road to wellness through every life stage.
About Our Animal Hospital in Orlando
Our full-service animal hospital is located in the Metro West area of Orlando, FL, just around the corner from Starbucks on South Kirkman Road. You’ll find us right next door to Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Center. We’re equipped to meet virtually all of your pet’s needs, including preventive care, low-cost vaccines and spays and neuters, routine surgery, radiology, and emergency care. If you’re looking for a board-certified surgeon for advanced orthopedic surgeries at great prices, we offer that, too.
At Kirkman Animal Hospital, our mission is to provide you and other pet owners of the community with high-quality, compassionate veterinary care that’s both affordable and convenient. In addition to providing quality veterinary medicine, we’re committed to educating our clients on how to keep their pets healthy year-round, with good nutrition and exercise.
We also strive, as a practice, to set the highest possible standard of comprehensive care. To achieve this goal, our veterinarian, Dr. Hassan, stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology. He also remembers that all animals need to be treated with loving care at every visit. Dr. Hassan is an animal lover who wants nothing more than to bring the highest quality of care to his animal patients’ lives. He and the rest of our team believe all animals should have access to health preserving and lifesaving service.