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We believe in regular annual physical and dental exams. Prevention and early detection improves and extends the quality of your pet’s life.

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We want to be your veterinarians. Welcome to Town and Country Animal Hospital. We have been continuously providing small animal veterinary care at our animal clinic in it’s current location in Collier County and Naples, FL since 1992.

Our Veterinarians


The veterinarians and our highly experienced team of support staff at our pet hospital are committed to medical excellence, knowledgeable and empathetic client communication and compassionate care for your companion pets. We take the time to help our clients understand and deal with issues affecting the health and well being of their beloved companions throughout all stages of their lives.

Dr. Carver-Raffa is our in-house theriogeologist (animal reproduction specialist) and a Board Certified Diplomat of the American College of Theriogenologists. Town & Country Animal Hospital provides ovulation timing, semen collection, insemination, pregnancy management, birthing, nutritional counseling, neonatal and postpartum care for dogs and dog owners throughout Florida.

Our animal hospital is recognized by the Zoetis Corporation as an approved animal semen freezing center.

Our Animal Hospital

Town & Country Animal Hospital provides a full range of in-house veterinary services, medical, surgical, radiology, dermatology, ultrasound, vaccinations and dental services including dog teeth cleaning and cat teeth cleaning employing the latest medical technologies. We refer and arrange for clients to consult with specialists when needed and provide after hours care through the Collier County emergency animal hospital. We are here when you need someone to watch your pets while you are away and offer cat boarding and dog boarding. We have a on-site laboratory to do speedy blood work analysis and a fully stocked pharmacy.

We can also provide expert consultation on pet behavior, nutrition, parasite prevention (fleas, ticks, heartworm) and senior pet wellness.


Accredited AAHA Animal Hospital

veterinarians-naples-flWe are an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited animal hospital. One of only a handful located in Southwest Florida. AAHA sets the standard for high quality veterinary care and less than 15% of all veterinary hospitals across the United States and Canada have met their requirements for accreditation.  We are also member of our local AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association).

We invite you to browse through our blog and the other informative sections of our website and immediately contact us by telephone (239) 353-5060 when you pet needs a vet and to arrange for an appointment.


Cat Friendly

Cat Friendly Practice Naples FLWe have been designated a CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE by the American Society of Cat Practitioners.



If you have a pet emergency

Contact us immediately! Time may be the most crucial element to your pet’s well-being, so even if you are not sure if it an emergency situation, call don’t wait. If you have an emergency after hours, call Emergency Pet Hospital of Collier County at (239) 263-8010.

From Our Animal Hospital Blog

Dog Bite Prevention

National Dog Bite Prevention Week ® takes place during the second full week of April each year, and emphasizes teaching people about helping prevent dog bites. The days in 2018 are April 8-14. With an estimated population of 70 million dogs living in U.S. homes, millions of people– most of them children– are bitten by canines […]

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feline kidney disease Naples FL

Kidney Disease in Cats

Feline Kidney Disease Feline kidney disease can simply be categorized as a group of urological problems. Fundamentally, the kidneys will act as the blood filtration systems for the body. If the kidneys aren’t working properly your cat will have some major health issues! The kidneys help eliminate excess liquid in case a cat happens to […]

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Bladder Infections Naples FL

Bladder Infections and Stones in Dogs and Cats

Bladder infections are common in both dogs and cats.  The urinary bladder is a sac-like organ for storing urine.  It is found within the abdomen in the area between the rear legs.  When the muscles in the bladder wall contract, the urine then flows through the urethra, which is the narrow tube that carries the […]

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