Midbay Veterinary Hospital

4652 Highway 20 E Suite 104
Niceville, FL 32578




UPDATED COVID19 Information!!!!!!!!!!!!


EFFECTIVE JULY 13th, 2020!

With the recent rise in positive cases and one of the doctor’s personal veterinary friends being hospitalized in ICU with COVID19, we are requiring masks in the building with NO EXCEPTIONS. At this point NONE of our doctors or staff has been personally exposed to COVID19 that we are aware of.  If at any point any of our staff or doctors is exposed to a positive individual or tests positive themselves we will inform all our clients and post on both our web page and facebook so clients can be aware and make appropriate arrangements.

If you are choosing to not wear a mask or prefer not to come into the clinic, we are still offering curbside service. Please text us at 850-533-2336 when you get here and we will be with you as soon as we can to go over things with you and then get your pet. Once the doctor has examined your pet we will contact you via phone to go over diagnostics and treatment plan for your pet. We will bring your pet to you once everything is finished.

For those who are wearing masks and wanting to be in the buidling with their pets, please be patient as we are trying to take people directly into rooms and avoid congregating in the lobby as much as possible. We are disinfecting rooms between clients and trying to do our part to prevent the spread of this disease until a vaccine can be developed. We recommend that you wait in the comfort of your vehicle until you are called in to prevent overheating in our hot weather. 


Thank you again for your patience and understanding during these trying times.

You are welcome to continue the curbside service and stay in your car if you prefer (for appointments and for refills)

We thank you for your patience and understanding during these trying times 

If you have questions please call our clinic at 850-279-6656 or email at contact@midbayvet.com.

All efforts are 100% being implemented as a means of protecting YOU and your loved ones and our staff. Our goal is to maintain availability and provide important care to our patients no matter how things progress, but in order to do so, we have to make sure our staff stays healthy and protected.

These new guidelines are subject to change as it is difficult to predict the next few days to weeks to months.
Please stay healthy and safe!
-The doctors and staff.


Midbay Veterinary Hospital

Front Desk: 850-279-6656

Fax: 850-279-6451

email: contact@midbayvet.com


We are hiring!

We are a rapidly expanding veterinary hospital that is looking to hire an experienced veterinary nurse that will be responsible for assisting doctors with patients and running the reception area. We offer vision, dental, life insurance, and 401K plans. A minimum of 1 year previous veterinary experience is required. Please submit resume to contact@midbayvet.com or drop one off at our location.

Need a prescription refill? Text us at 850-533-2336 or submit a prescription refill here


The first once-monthly chewable tablet provides convenient protection from heartworm disease, ticks and fleas, roundworms and hookworms for puppies as young as 8 weeks old and weighing 2.8 lbs or more. Learn more Here

For more information about the K-Laser, and how it can positively impact your pet's quality of life and healing time, click here

Call or email us today to set up your account to have your Hill's food delivered to your door.

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