Midbay Veterinary Hospital

4652 Highway 20 E Suite 104
Niceville, FL 32578

(850)279-6656

www.midbayvet.com

Midbay Veterinary Hospital

Front Desk: (850)279-6656

Fax: (850)279-6451

Email: contact@midbayvet.com


MASKS ON TO ENTER THE BUILDING! 

We are back to being able to allow clients in the building!

However we do REQUIRE masks in order to come inside.

If you cannot or do not want to wear a mask we understand and will still offer curbside service to accommodate you. 

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 us 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.


PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW ONLINE STORE!! SHOPPING MADE EASY!!


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


Midbay Veterinary Hospital offers the VIN Client Information Library

Lick Granuloma in Dogs

Lick granuloma (also called acral lick granuloma, acral lick dermatitis, acral pruritic nodule, and ALD) is a common, stubborn skin disease. It is caused by a d ...

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Financial Assistance for Veterinary Bills

When clients can't afford to pay for a pet's treatment, everyone loses. The animal suffers or is euthanized; the owner grieves from loss or guilt; the veterinar ...

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How much Kitty Vomit is too much?

"My feeling is that one or two vomits per month means that you are a cat."Oh yeah, baby.Dr. Jeff Latimer posted his sentiment about cat vomiting/hairball freque ...

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Medial Luxating Patella in Dogs

The medial luxating patella, commonly called  a trick knee, is an extremely common problem in toy breed dogs. An owner typically notices a little skip in the do ...

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Flea Anemia in Cats and Dogs

Every summer at least one of my patients dies from excessive fleas. This year we hope to get the message out early: Fleas aren't just a nuisance. They drink blo ...

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The Best Things in Life

“But it was a free kitten!”Substitute dog, horse, rabbit, chicken, hamster, goat, or narwhal for “kitten” and you will have one of the most common responses hea ...

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