Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our veterinarians have served the Port Saint Lucie community since 1975.

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Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our veterinarians have served the Port Saint Lucie community since 1975.

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Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our veterinarians have served the Port Saint Lucie community since 1975.

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Pets Make Our Lives Better… Let’s Return the Favor.

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital partners with you to keep your furry family happy & healthy. Our veterinarians have served the Port Saint Lucie community since 1975.

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At North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital, caring for pets is our passion.

Here, we treat pets like family. We understand how important your companion is to you — because they’re there for you through the thick and thin of life, with a wagging tail or a happy purr, and unconditional love. Our goal is to be your partner in taking care of your pet’s physical and mental wellbeing, so you can enjoy many happy years together. So, whether your pet needs a checkup with a doctor… a caring team and top-notch medical treatments when they’re ill… or, some advice on the best food for them or how to care for them at home — we’re here for you! Here, we see dogs & cats. And, we’ll strive to make their visit a comfortable and positive experience. Come in and get to know us, and see why both you and your pet will love coming here!

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital

6801 Heritage Drive

Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952

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MON-FRI8:00am - 6:00pm
SAT8:00am - 4:00pm
SUNClosed
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Meet Our Team

  • Dr. Erin McNamara

    Dr. Erin McNamara

    Dr. McNamara was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. Her first experiences were with family pets and working with and caring for thoroughbred horses. She attended the University of Kentucky for a B.S. degree in animal science with a heavy concentration in biology. Dr. Mac then ventured to Ross University Veterinary School where she met her husband, Dr. Abadia. Her last clinical year was at Auburn University, where she and her husband were married. They now have two daughters, Elora and Isabella, along with four dogs and a cat.
    Dr. Mac’s focus is to practice high-quality medicine for cats and dogs, educating pet parents so that they can be active participants in their pet’s care. She looks forward to serving our community and getting to know all of our valued customers.

  • Dr. Robert Carell

    Dr. Robert Carell

    Robert Carell D.V.M received his Bachelors Degree of Science from Cornell University in 1974. In 1978, Dr. Carell graduated from Cornell University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating, he completed his internship at the New Haven Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine the following year. He then joined the San Francisco Referral Group before opening the Animal Medical Center in 1984. Today, Dr. Carell is excited to expand his services at North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital.

  • Dr. Erin Morton

    Dr. Erin Morton

    Dr. Erin Morton was born and raised in Bethel CT. After graduating high school she attended the Florida Institute of Technology(FIT) where she obtained her pre-med in biology and then attended Ross University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). She then completed her clinicals at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Upon graduating, Dr. Morton moved back to Florida where she has spent the past seven years practicing medicine right here in Port St. Lucie, Fl serving her local community!

    Dr. Morton has a love for practicing internal medicine and is very thorough in the way she approaches every case, no stone is left unturned! She also understands that every client's needs and situations are different and takes that into account when developing treatment plans and options. Dr. Morton has a passion for using a multimodal medicine approach to help our geriatric or terminal patients.

    Dr. Morton owns a border collie mix she rescued from under a tree while attending veterinary school in St. Kitts. Rossie, who was covered in ticks and malnourished when they found him. He is now a happy and healthy dog who is loving life!

    Outside of practicing medicine you can find Erin soaking up rays at the beach, traveling to exciting locations, or kayaking or hiking with her son and dog.

  • Your staff make it a pleasure to bring Dasher to North Port He loves it there and we do too. We have no concerns about leaving him there for boarding or care.

    Maria C.

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  • The staff there is amazing. Brady took the time to listen to all our concerns, answered all our questions and gave us some great advice. it was a good experience for us and our furbabies!

    Nancy S.

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  • Have been going here for years. Always great service; the veterinarian(s) and technician(s) always take the time to really listen my concerns and they always explain everything very well! All of the staff is so nice and caring.

    Tina C.

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  • North Port St Lucie Animal Hospital is amazing! I am here visiting my parents and my dog ended up with a horrible ear infection and hematoma. I called in the morning and they squeezed me in last minute to get her seen. We were seen quickly, diagnosed and out the door in about 45 min. And to top it off they gave us a military discount for my husband being in the Army. They were so kind and sweet with both us and my baby girl. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone!

    Adriel R.

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Your First Visit

No need to be nervous. Here’s what you can expect at your pet’s first visit…

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FAQ

Have a question for us? Check our list of frequently asked questions, or give us a call at 772-577-7992.

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Payment & Insurance

We accept a variety of payment options, including Care Credit. And, we can help you with pet insurance forms.

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Forms

Save time by filling out your forms before you arrive. Use these for your first visit, boarding, acupuncture, and behavior consults.

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