Dentistry & Medicine
Boarding & Grooming
X-Rays & Surgery
Pet Food & Supplies
Digital Radiography & Ultrasound
Flexible & Rigid Endoscopy
Laparoscopy & Cold Laser Therapy
Chemotherapy & Oncology
In-House Blood Work & Urinalysis
Dogs & Cats
We offer quality veterinary solutions for caring South Seminole pet owners and their beloved pets.
Rapid diagnosis & treatment is often the key to successful therapy.
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A Veterinarian in Casselberry, Tuscawilla, Oviedo, and all of South Seminole County Florida.
Hear What Local South Seminole Pet Owners Are Saying About Us
My dog is a first-time client and I was very impressed with the service. The staff was super nice and they were very kind to my dog (who has a very anxious personality). The doctor was very professional and knowledgeable. He provided a thorough examination to ensure my dog is happy and healthy for the years to come. The facilities were very clean and the services were reasonably priced. Would recommend it to all my friends with animals!
South Seminole Resident
The doctor was extremely nice and calm. The front desk ladies were absolutely more than willing to help and answer questions of what you needed. The price is shocking very reasonable. The doctor was patient and very fast with seeing my dog and the other what seemed like 10 pets in the waiting room but you still felt totally comfortable. 10/10 switching from my old vet clinic to here and I won’t regret it. I have no negative remarks.
South Seminole PetOwner
My family and I have been using Dr. Alex Suero since we moved to Florida in 1981. You will not find another Vet that has the compassion that he does. I have not used any of the other Vets at this office however I am sure they are as wonderful as Dr. Suero.
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South Seminole realtor
At Tuscawilla Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Alex Suero – South Seminole Veterinarian Tuscawilla Animal Hospital
Veterinarian Office Hours
Although we care for pets primarily by appointment, walk-ins are accommodated and will be seen as time allows. Like humans, animals do not synchronize their illnesses with an appointment book.
Monday Thru Friday:
7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Veterinarian in South Seminole
Learn about us – your local veterinarian in South Seminole Florida now. Our vet clinic cares about your dog or cat.
We invite you to learn more about our team, our services and contact us to schedule a tour of our veterinary practice. Proudly serving the communities of Winter Springs, Oviedo, Casselberry, Winter Park, and South Seminole since 1980.
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South Seminole is an area in Seminole County Florida. Seminole County is composed of seven cities: Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford, and Winter Springs. Seminole County was founded in 1913.
The county was named for the Seminole people who lived in the area. Cimarrónes is what the Spanish called the Seminoles. It means runaways or wild ones. The Museum of Seminole County displays more than 100 years of history.
Seminole County has natural springs, parks, and scenic waterways, where you can hike, bike, fish, and kayak. Incorporated in 1877, downtown Sanford combines authentic old Florida with the latest trends and cultural innovations.
Enjoy lunch or dinner while cruising the St. Johns River on a restored 123-year-old paddle boat on the Queen of St Johns. Seminole County is home to the Central Florida Zoo where visitors can not only see an array of animals, but they can zipline and traverse rope-suspended platforms and bridges, climb ladders and conquer other tests at the Seminole Aerial Adventures.
On July 21, 1821, there were two counties that formed Florida: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east. In 1824, the area to the south of St. Johns County became Mosquito County, and Enterprise was named the County Seat. This large county was renamed Orange County in 1845 when Florida became a state. For the next 70 years, Orange County would split into numerous other counties. Seminole County was one of the last counties to emerge from Orange County.
Seminole County was created on April 25, 1913, out of part of the northern portion of Orange County by the Florida Legislature. The county is named for the Seminole Tribe of Indians. The name “Seminole” is thought to be derived from the Spanish word cimarron, meaning “wild” or “runaway.”
As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 345 square miles (893 km2), of which, 308 square miles (798 km2) of it is land and 37 square miles (95 km2) of it (10.63%) is water. Seminole County is located close to the center of Florida. Seminole County’s location between Volusia County and Orange County has made it one of the fastest-growing counties in Florida.
Bordering counties are as follows: North: Volusia County; Southeast: Brevard County; Southwest: Orange County; &
West: Lake County.