OCALA, Fla., March 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Town & Country Animal Hospital is celebrating 17 years of service to the Ocala, Florida community. Veterinarian Dr. Kelly Culbertson credits the hospital's success to its experienced, compassionate veterinary team and commitment to staying at the forefront of veterinary technology. For example, Dr. Culbertson is the only Ocala veterinarian to offer Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery for repairing a torn cruciate ligament. The animal hospital was also one of the first in Florida to offer laser surgery.
Ocala veterinarian Dr. Kelly Culbertson announced that Town & Country Animal Hospital is celebrating its 17th anniversary.
Since first opening as Quail Meadows Commons in 1997, the animal hospital has grown to offer comprehensive veterinary services and advanced surgical care, including Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery for repairing a torn cruciate ligament. Dr. Culbertson is the only Ocala veterinarian trained to provide TPLO surgery.
"Since founding Town & Country Animal Hospital 17 years ago, our mission has been to provide the highest quality veterinary care to the pets in our community," said Dr. Culbertson. "We achieve this goal by integrating compassionate care with cutting edge technology and diagnostic equipment. We are proud to be at the forefront of the latest treatment techniques, including TPLO surgery and stem cell therapy."
Ocala veterinarian Dr. Pam Neiser joined Town & Country Animal Hospital in 1998. Since then, the hospital relocated to its present location on US Highway 27. As the demand for the hospital's' services increased, the veterinary staff also grew. Dr. Leah Girard and Dr. Lani Mills joined the animal hospital's veterinary team over the years.
"Today, I'm proud to say that we have one of the very best veterinary teams in Central Florida," said Dr. Culbertson. "Thanks to this talented team, we are able to offer an unparalleled level of service to our pet owners and their pets."
Dr. Culbertson stressed the importance of the animal hospital's advanced diagnostic tools and minimally invasive approach to surgery, whenever possible.
"From TPLO to laser surgery, we are proud to be at the forefront of veterinary medicine," said Dr. Culbertson. "This is just one example of how our veterinary hospital uses the latest technology to go above and beyond each day for our patients."
Dr. Culbertson says that the veterinary team is staying focused on living up to its motto: "high tech medicine with a tender touch."
To learn more about the services available at Town & Country Animal Hospital, including TPLO surgery and stem cell therapy, visit http://www.bestocalavet.com.
CONTACT: Town & Country Animal Hospital, 352-274-9718Source: Town &Country Animal Hospital