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HOURS OF OPERATION

MONDAY: 11am to 7pm
Tuesday: 11am to 7pm
Wednesday: 11am to 7pm
Thursday: 11am to 7pm

FRIDAY: 11am to 7pm
SATURDAY: 11am-5pm
SUNDAY: CLOSED

Meet Our Vet

DR. KRISTINA Calicchio

Veterinarian

Dr. Kristina is originally from Southern California. She attended undergraduate school at the University of Colorado at Boulder and veterinary school at the University of California at Davis, graduating in 2003. She did a rotating internship followed by a surgical residency at a private practice in Irvine, CA. In 2009, she relocated to Southern Florida to be closer to her husband’s family. 

 

Dr. Kristina has spent her time since then working in both general practices and emergency/specialty hospitals, treating a wide array of patients and illnesses/injuries. She was drawn to PetWellClinic because of the void it fills in the veterinary space, providing affordable and accessible care for cats and dogs. She’s excited to be a part of its expansion to Southern Florida. 

 

Dr. Kristina lives with her husband, their two energetic boys, and two equally energetic dogs. They have a passion for health and wellness and spend most of their free time in motion!

Tips for Pet Owners

The Importance of Routinely taking your cat to the vet

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How to Keep Your Pets Safe During Fireworks

While a celebration featuring fireworks is exciting for most people, your pets often don’t feel the same. The sound of fireworks can scare both cats and dogs, and send them running off in fear. More pets go missing on July 4th and 5th than any

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Why Should I Microchip My Pet?

Nothing is more heartbreaking than losing your beloved pet, not knowing where they are, if they’re being cared for, or if they’re all alone. Not only is it heartbreaking, but it’s scary. Without a collar, ID tag, or microchip the chance that your pet makes

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