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Halifax Veterinary Center welcomes you!

We are a full service, AAHA accredited, animal hospital providing comprehensive healthcare services to pets in Port Orange and the surrounding areas. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of medical, surgical and dental services. We provide complete care for our patients and are well equipped with advanced equipment and technologies to provide the highest standard of care for your pet. Our facility has the equipment to provide comprehensive in-house testing for accurate diagnosis which include: digital x-ray, cold laser therapy, a surgical suite, pharmacy, reliable in-house blood machines and more. In addition, we offer pet boarding and grooming!

Our philosophy at Halifax Veterinary Center is to provide the highest quality pet care, in a gentle and caring environment. We believe your pets are part of your family and, as such, we will do our best to ensure their health and well-being, as well as your satisfaction. We are very proud of our modern, well-equipped facility and invite you to tour it. So, on behalf of everyone here, welcome to our family!

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal hospital and the services we provide for companion animals in Port Orange and the surrounding areas. Please call our office today at (386)322-0108 for all your pet health care needs.

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  • "Dr Bartos and the staff here really care about both your pet and you. They are kind compassionate, understanding and patient. My dog is a rescue who came from a very bad situation and has separation anxiety from me. Dr Bartos and staff made us both feel comfortable and at ease. The care that they all showed during our visit is very much appreciated!"
    Sue D.
  • "I've been a client at HVC since I moved to Port Orange 23 yrs ago. We've celebrated the joys of new additions to the family as well as sharing the sadness of saying goodbye. The staff have always been outstanding, professional and caring. I truly feel that when I bring one of my fur children in for medical attention, they will be cared for as if it were one of their own. Thank You for giving me piece of mind."
    Meg R.
  • "Friendly, open to questions, love animals, receive important information from them on pets health."
    JoAnn Z.
  • "Great place to take your fur babies. ..friendly staff and caring vets..."
    Cheryl B.

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