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WELCOME TO Quiet Waters Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Deerfield Beach FL

Quiet Waters Animal Hospital is proud to serve Deerfield Beach, FL, and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own pet and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible.

If you have any questions about how we can care for your pet, please don’t hesitate to call us at (954) 571-7774. Thank you!

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Overweight dogs/cats are a growing problem for even the most attentive pet pa...
Overweight dogs/cats are a growing problem for even the most attentive pet parents, and with that comes an array of concerns. Just like with people, an overweight dog/cat often faces a range of health problems and weight issues can exacerbate existing ailments. While preventing weight issues is recommended, it's never too late to start a weight loss program with an overweight pooch/kitty. Top 10 issues related to obesity: 1. Arthritis 2. High Blood Pressure 3. Chronic Kidney Disease 4. Bladder/Urinary tract Disease 5. Diabetes 6. Torn Knee Ligaments 7. Low Thyroid Hormone Production 8. Liver Disease 9. Heart Failure 10. Diseased Disc in the Spine 56% of dogs are overweight (that's 50 million dogs)... However 86% of pet owners say their pet's weight is 'normal'. Pet obesity can affect you too! Mostly your pockets, owners of overweight dogs/cats spend more money a year on obesity-related treatments than those with healthy weight pets. Check out Hill's Science Diet BFI index to see where pets land! https://www.hillsvet.com/content/dam/cp-sites/hills/hills-vet/global/weight-imc/HUS54073_Weight_CoreIMC_Vet_BFI_DogCat_LR.pdf Hope is not lost.. You can call us at our office anytime to book an appointment to figure out ways to help your pet lose weight!
Overweight dogs/cats are a growing problem for even the most attentive pet parents, and with that comes an array of concerns. Just like with people, an overweight dog/cat often faces a range of health problems and weight issues can exacerbate existing ailments. While preventing weight issues is recommended, it's never too late to start a weight loss program with an overweight pooch/kitty. Top 10 issues related to obesity: 1. Arthritis 2. High Blood Pressure 3. Chronic Kidney Disease 4. Bladder/Urinary tract Disease 5. Diabetes 6. Torn Knee Ligaments 7. Low Thyroid Hormone Production 8. Liver Disease 9. Heart Failure 10. Diseased Disc in the Spine 56% of dogs are overweight (that's 50 million dogs)... However 86% of pet owners say their pet's weight is 'normal'. Pet obesity can affect you too! Mostly your pockets, owners of overweight dogs/cats spend more money a year on obesity-related treatments than those with healthy weight pets. Check out Hill's Science Diet BFI index to see where pets land! https://www.hillsvet.com/content/dam/cp-sites/hills/hills-vet/global/weight-imc/HUS54073_Weight_CoreIMC_Vet_BFI_DogCat_LR.pdf Hope is not lost.. You can call us at our office anytime to book an appointment to figure out ways to help your pet lose weight!
Ear Health: Infection Symptoms  Signs of Ear Infection: * Swelling or inflamm...
Ear Health: Infection Symptoms Signs of Ear Infection: * Swelling or inflammation (ears are hot to the touch) * Redness or crusting of skin of the ear flap * Off-colour discharge (white, yellowish or reddish-brown) * Discomfort or pain when ears are touched * Itchy and/or foul odor * Abnormal and frequent head shaking Bring in your little one to the veterinarian if an infection or discomfort is suspected, as any issue left undiagnosed can lead to progression of secondary symptoms and potential long-term problems. Schedule an appointment today! Call us at 954-571-7774 or online on our website! 🐾🐶🐱🐾
Ear Health: Infection Symptoms Signs of Ear Infection: * Swelling or inflammation (ears are hot to the touch) * Redness or crusting of skin of the ear flap * Off-colour discharge (white, yellowish or reddish-brown) * Discomfort or pain when ears are touched * Itchy and/or foul odor * Abnormal and frequent head shaking Bring in your little one to the veterinarian if an infection or discomfort is suspected, as any issue left undiagnosed can lead to progression of secondary symptoms and potential long-term problems. Schedule an appointment today! Call us at 954-571-7774 or online on our website! 🐾🐶🐱🐾
Want to make homemade Hypoallergenic treats?   With the kibble you already ha...
Want to make homemade Hypoallergenic treats? With the kibble you already have as the main ingredient? For this recipe we will be using, Prescription Diet® z/d® d/d or derm complete Grind the kibbles into a flour type consistency using a blender. Mix with enough water to form dough. Shape into "cookies" or spoon onto a cookie sheet. Bake at 350° Fahrenheit for 30 minutes or until crispy. Flip over cookie after 15 minutes to ensure complete cooking. If you are using canned product, cut the product in ½ inch slices then into triangle shape. Bake on cookie sheet at 350° Fahrenheit for 30 minutes, flipping over after 15 minutes to ensure complete cooking. All homemade treats need to be stored in the refrigerator no longer than five to seven days to maintain their freshness and prevent spoilage. As you know, it is very important for your pets to stay strictly on the prescribed food and this treat will allow them to feel special and spoiled. 🐾🐶😻 These homemade treats should not exceed 10% of vour pets' total daily intake, as baking the treats does alter the nutritional characteristics of the food.
Want to make homemade Hypoallergenic treats? With the kibble you already have as the main ingredient? For this recipe we will be using, Prescription Diet® z/d® d/d or derm complete Grind the kibbles into a flour type consistency using a blender. Mix with enough water to form dough. Shape into "cookies" or spoon onto a cookie sheet. Bake at 350° Fahrenheit for 30 minutes or until crispy. Flip over cookie after 15 minutes to ensure complete cooking. If you are using canned product, cut the product in ½ inch slices then into triangle shape. Bake on cookie sheet at 350° Fahrenheit for 30 minutes, flipping over after 15 minutes to ensure complete cooking. All homemade treats need to be stored in the refrigerator no longer than five to seven days to maintain their freshness and prevent spoilage. As you know, it is very important for your pets to stay strictly on the prescribed food and this treat will allow them to feel special and spoiled. 🐾🐶😻 These homemade treats should not exceed 10% of vour pets' total daily intake, as baking the treats does alter the nutritional characteristics of the food.
Vaccinating your pet is one of the easiest ways to protect them against serio...
Vaccinating your pet is one of the easiest ways to protect them against serious illness. Vaccines work by introducing modified infectious organisms into your pet’s bloodstream. This stimulates the immune system and prepares the body to fight off disease, without actually making them sick. It’s important to note that vaccination requirements may vary from state to state or province to province. One good example of this is rabies vaccination laws, which vary throughout the US. Unsure which vaccinations your pet should receive? Contact us today!
Vaccinating your pet is one of the easiest ways to protect them against serious illness. Vaccines work by introducing modified infectious organisms into your pet’s bloodstream. This stimulates the immune system and prepares the body to fight off disease, without actually making them sick. It’s important to note that vaccination requirements may vary from state to state or province to province. One good example of this is rabies vaccination laws, which vary throughout the US. Unsure which vaccinations your pet should receive? Contact us today!
Looking to travel out of state or out of the country with your pet? 🛩  Many ...
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Looking to travel out of state or out of the country with your pet? 🛩 Many states and out of country destinations require a certificate to be completed and signed by an accredited veterinarian. These Licensed veterinarians choose to take additional training to become accredited through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA's). Dr. Pablo M. Ledesma is a accredited veterinarian and is happy to help your little one travel! Call us today and make an appointment (954) 571-7774 🐾🐶🐱🐾
Looking to travel out of state or out of the country with your pet? 🛩 Many states and out of country destinations require a certificate to be completed and signed by an accredited veterinarian. These Licensed veterinarians choose to take additional training to become accredited through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA's). Dr. Pablo M. Ledesma is a accredited veterinarian and is happy to help your little one travel! Call us today and make an appointment (954) 571-7774 🐾🐶🐱🐾
It’s National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Microchip are a must!! A simple and ...
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It’s National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Microchip are a must!! A simple and tiny microchip (about the size of a grain of rice) is an inexpensive way to give your pet a “voice” and give you peace of mind. It gives your pet the ability to tell the person who finds him who he is and where he lives. While allowing you to know if your pet gets lost, you’ll be one step closer to bringing him or her home. These last 2 months alone, we have been able to reunite 5 lost pets who have came into our clinic! All because a a simple microchip. * More than 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the U.S. every year (an estimation from the American Humane Association). * One in three pets will become lost at some point during its lifetime. * About 22 percent of lost dogs that enter animal shelters are reunited with their families, but the rate of return for microchipped dogs is more than 52 percent, which is a 238 percent increase (according to a study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association). * Less than 2 percent of lost cats that enter animal shelters are reunited with their families, but the rate of return for microchipped cats is more than 38 percent, which is a 2,000 percent increase (the same study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association). Come in today and get microchipped! It is never too late… until it is!
It’s National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Microchip are a must!! A simple and tiny microchip (about the size of a grain of rice) is an inexpensive way to give your pet a “voice” and give you peace of mind. It gives your pet the ability to tell the person who finds him who he is and where he lives. While allowing you to know if your pet gets lost, you’ll be one step closer to bringing him or her home. These last 2 months alone, we have been able to reunite 5 lost pets who have came into our clinic! All because a a simple microchip. * More than 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the U.S. every year (an estimation from the American Humane Association). * One in three pets will become lost at some point during its lifetime. * About 22 percent of lost dogs that enter animal shelters are reunited with their families, but the rate of return for microchipped dogs is more than 52 percent, which is a 238 percent increase (according to a study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association). * Less than 2 percent of lost cats that enter animal shelters are reunited with their families, but the rate of return for microchipped cats is more than 38 percent, which is a 2,000 percent increase (the same study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association). Come in today and get microchipped! It is never too late… until it is!
Cannot think of a better way to bring in the new week than by treating your l...
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Cannot think of a better way to bring in the new week than by treating your little one to a spa day! Thank you for all who commented! Loved all the photos! Here are the lucky winners from Instagram and Facebook. Wow, do we have some good looking patients! @luna.jaz.layla and Kingston!
Cannot think of a better way to bring in the new week than by treating your little one to a spa day! Thank you for all who commented! Loved all the photos! Here are the lucky winners from Instagram and Facebook. Wow, do we have some good looking patients! @luna.jaz.layla and Kingston!
Look out for the give away at the end of this post!!💙 The importance of hygi...
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Look out for the give away at the end of this post!!💙 The importance of hygienic baths for your furry loved ones: Biweekly baths help kill bacteria, promotes a softer coat, reduces shedding and lessens allergens for not only them but for you as well! Not only will they be smelling better, but rubbing down your little ones will allow you to monitor your pets health! By checking for any lumps or bumps and cleaning those ears! Medicated Baths are also super important for those suffering from environmental sensitivities or yeast build up. Don’t forget to trim their nails, clean their ears and express their glands. Here at Quiet Waters Animal Hosptial we offer baths for cats and dogs! Baths also include the nails trimmed, ears cleaned and glands expressed! Bathing services are available Monday thur Friday. Comment any of these emojis 🛁🧼🧽 to be in the running for a free bath! A Winner will be chosen Saturday the 7th! How cute is Happy in this photo!
Look out for the give away at the end of this post!!💙 The importance of hygienic baths for your furry loved ones: Biweekly baths help kill bacteria, promotes a softer coat, reduces shedding and lessens allergens for not only them but for you as well! Not only will they be smelling better, but rubbing down your little ones will allow you to monitor your pets health! By checking for any lumps or bumps and cleaning those ears! Medicated Baths are also super important for those suffering from environmental sensitivities or yeast build up. Don’t forget to trim their nails, clean their ears and express their glands. Here at Quiet Waters Animal Hosptial we offer baths for cats and dogs! Baths also include the nails trimmed, ears cleaned and glands expressed! Bathing services are available Monday thur Friday. Comment any of these emojis 🛁🧼🧽 to be in the running for a free bath! A Winner will be chosen Saturday the 7th! How cute is Happy in this photo!
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