Learn about our veterinary services
Not only do we treat a wide variety of pets, including avian species, exotics and wildlife, but we are also proud to offer a wide range of services. We use state-of-the-art equipment and advanced diagnostic tools to provide precise diagnostic solutions to your pet, whether they’re visiting for a routine checkup or require intensive surgical care.
While we are proud to offer general and preventative care as important components of comprehensive wellness, we also offer surgical procedures when required. This may be a routine spay/neuter or soft tissue/orthopedic surgery, but our decades of accrued veterinary experience gives us the knowledge to provide the surgical care needed to optimize both the health and lifespan of your pet.
HBOT is a form of therapy that induces your pet’s natural healing process. This can be used in many situations and allows for 100% oxygen to reach your pet in a controlled setting. This can be an important part of a speedy recovery and Ravenwood is proud to possess this advanced medical capability as a part of our service offerings.
Orthopedic treatment involves care of the musculoskeletal system and can allow for the healing and treatment of a variety of joint conditions and fracture repair. If your pet is experiencing visible pain or discomfort, we encourage you to contact us about the orthopedic services we can offer.
We are proud to provide critical care solutions that can help with an injury, ailment or level of acute distress that your pet may be experiencing. While we do possess the ability to deliver critical care solutions, we ask that if you’re experiencing an emergency that requires immediate attention that you please call Veterinary Emergency Center of East Volusia at (386) 761–1911.
Dental care and hygiene are important components of overall health. Dental issues can sometimes lead to greater complications down the road, such as tooth root abscess, gum disease or other issues. We recommend bringing your pet in for a dental evaluation if you notice any mouth odor or changes in eating. You may also want to consider administering dental chews regularly as both a treat, and a way to keep your pet smiling from ear to ear!
Whether you own a lovely dog, cat or exotic, Ravenwood Veterinary Clinic is your destination of choice for exceptional veterinary care!
Yes, this means reptiles, small mammals and even wildlife too!