Description: Conway Vetnerary Hospital was established in 2002 and is owned and operated by Dr. Bob Porter. We are located southeast of Downtown Orlando, convenient to Orlando International Airport, Conway, Lee Vista, and Lake Nona areas. Conway Veterinary Hospital was designed with the client and pet in mind. You'll find separate waiting areas for dogs and cats. Our spacious exam rooms comfortably accommodate pets with their human families, including those with strollers and wheelchairs!
You'll notice the CVH difference when you walk into our hospital. The clean facility and friendly staff are only the backdrop to what does on within the walls-exceptional health care delivered by exceptional people. We are committed to providing the finest quality medical and surgical care to our patients and the best possible service to our clients.
Our services include:
Bathing and grooming
Pet travel schemes
At Conway Veterinary Hospital, we offer comprehensive care for your pet. We provide free surgical consultations and also provide a wide range of surgical procedures using the latest and safest anesthetic protocols for your pet. Our newly remodeled surgical suite offers many advanced tools and anesthetic monitoring equipment to help ensure the safety of your pet while surgery is performed.
Conway Veterinary Hospital is a USDA accredited vet that specializes in both international and domestic travel. Let us help you all your pet's traveling needs.
Dental care is critical to your pet's health. Our custom made laminar flow dental table and IM6 veterinary dental unit allow us to provide complete dental care including dental scaling, cleaning and polishing, and extractions.
X-rays are an important tool in evaluation of injuries to the spine and bones, as well as evaluation of soft tissues such as the heart, lungs, intestines and urinary tract. Our X-ray machine and automatic processor allows us to perform a wide range of diagnostic tests with great precision. We offer an in-house laboratory. We can also perform full blood chemistry and electrolyte evaluation. Using our Nikon microscope, we offer a full range of cytologic evaluation of tissue and fluids.
Call us today. You can count on us for complete veterinary care for your pet.
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very happy with Dr. Porter
by EL, 09/28/2010
I started seeing Dr. Porter almost 2 years ago at the suggestion of the Greyhound rescue group I had adopted my dogs through. I am very happy I finally made the change. This is a vet who will not pass off Thyroxine as Soloxine as most of the local vets do. If you have been prescribed Soloxine for your pet, pull up a photo of what the pill is supposed to look like. Odds are yours will not have the correct shape (or color for the dosage), if it does not, pull up a photo of Thyroxine (bet yours looks like that). Thyroxine is a generic, which normally would not be an issue, however Greyhounds generally assimilate Soloxine much better. I found this out because when our first Grey initially went Hypothyroid it was pretty drastic (lost most of his hair), we wasted almost 6 months trying to stabilize him on the Thyroxine during which time he developed severe issues (heart for instance) that he likely could have avoided. I found out through the Greyhound group about Greyhounds and Soloxi