Midbay Veterinary Hospital

4652 Highway 20 E Suite 104
Niceville, FL 32578

(850)279-6656

midbayvet.com

Midbay Veterinary Hospital

 850-279-6656

e-mail: contact@midbayvet.com

Please click here for our client forms that can be filled out prior to coming in for an appointment:  clientsigninsheet.docx 19 KB

HIRING VETERINARY NURSE/TECHNICIAN

Midbay Veterinary Hospital has grown quite a bit in the last year and we are grateful to be able to say that we are ready to hire another full time employee at this point.  This job opportunity does require the person to be able to work multiple positions as we will need someone who is able work as a Veterinary Nurse/Technician and help out up front also.  If you think you are interested in this position please drop a resume by the office or email it to contact@midbayvet.com.

We can now receive text message requests for medication refills at

850-533-2336

or you can submit a Rx refill on this webpage under "Forms"


Midbay Veterinary Hospital offers the VIN Client Information Library

Why Do I keep You? Let me Count the Ways

It goes without saying that no matter whether we consider ourselves a pet parent, owner, guardian, or BFF, there are times (few or many, depending) when we hav ...

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Financial Assistance for Veterinary Bills

When clients can't afford to pay for a pet's treatment, everyone loses. The animal suffers or is euthanized; the owner grieves from loss or guilt; the veterinar ...

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Growing Puppy Nutrition and Exercise FAQ

Some owners of a new puppy might not have had a puppy in many years, or it might be their first puppy, and veterinary recommendations about nutrition and exerci ...

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Degenerative Valve Disease

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No Bones About It: Bones are Unsafe for Your Dog

(This article was produced by the FDA)You’ve just finished a big weekend family dinner and you are wondering what to do with the bones from the ham and roast, w ...

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What's in a Name?

Most veterinarians will warn you to never name a pet “Lucky.” For some reason, most Luckys are anything but. The canine versions have a knack for sniffing out ...

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