Companion Pet Care
4989 Royal Gulf Circle
Fort Meyers, FL 33966
Our hours of operation are as follows:
Monday: 8am - 6pm
Tuesday-Friday: 8am - 5pm
To schedule an appointment, please fill out the form in our Request Appointment or give us a call at (239) 219-6942. One of our friendly staff members will confirm your appointment via email or phone.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our open-hours, please call our office right away and bring your pet into our animal hospital immediately—no appointment necessary. If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our after-hours, please call the following emergency pet hospital:
Specialized Veterinary Services
9500 Marketplace Road, Fort Meyers, FL 33912
Florida Veterinary Referral Center & 24-Hour Emergency Center
9220 Estero Park Commons Blvd. Suite 7, Estero, FL 33928
At Companion Pet Care, we accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards (MasterCard, Discover, Visa), as well as CareCredit and pet insurance as form of payment. Please visit our Payment Options page for more information.
We suggest that all pets be spayed or neutered. If you are not a breeder, and do not intend in breeding your pet, then spaying or neutering her or him offers a variety of health benefits to elongate their lifespan. Your pet should be spayed or neutered around five or six months of age.
Heartworm disease is a serious disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes and can be fatal if left untreated. The treatment once a dog has heartworms is very expensive and takes months of exercise restriction and medications as well as painful injections. We recommend all pets be given year round heartworm prevention, regardless of lifestyle.
A simple blood test is needed to check your pet for heartworm disease on an annual basis. Heartworm prevention is administered once a month either by pill or by topical application. Depending on the specific product you and your veterinarian choose for your pet, heartworm prevention medication can prevent other parasite infestations including internal parasites (intestinal parasites) and external parasites (fleas and ticks).
We believe an annual professional dental exam, tooth scaling and polishing are necessary to treat and maintain your dog and cat’s healthy teeth and gums. As your pet ages or his or her health needs change, advanced dental care may be required. Your pet's teeth and mouth should be examined by us on a regular basis.
Yes. Proper dental care at home is highly recommended to help maintain the oral health of your dog and cat. Home dental care for your pet should start early, even before their adult teeth come in. It is best if owners brush their dog’s and cat’s teeth frequently. Although tooth brushing is the best method of preventing plaque, calculus, and bacterial build-up, there are many options for dental home care. Other oral home care options such as dental formulated foods, water additives, and dental treats should be considered.