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Welcome to Ashton Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Sarasota, FL
Call us at 941-927-2700
24 HOUR MONITORING OF ALL HOSPITALIZED AND BOARDING PETS
We embrace the importance of the finest quality care for your pets. Ashton Animal Clinic is a modern full service veterinary hospital and boarding facility. Our professional and courteous staff strive to foster a warm and compassionate relationship with both our clients and their pets while providing the finest possible medical, surgical, dental, boarding care, and professional grooming for the special members of your family.
The Pet Resort and Spa offers upscale veterinary supervised, comfortable kennels for dog boarding; quiet, cozy cat condos; and interactive doggie and kitty day care programs. Our pets enjoy an insect free environment, central air conditioning, piped in music, and a cleansing bath before they go home.
Have confidence in knowing we are
"YOUR OTHER FAMILY DOCTOR".
Owner Laurie Walmsley
Sarasota Veterinarian | Ashton Animal Clinic | 941-927-2700
5660 Ashton Road
Sarasota, FL 34233
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A special "Thank You" to all of our clients that trust we are the best caretakers for their pets! We appreciate all of the votes you placed and look forward to continuing our top of the line pet care.
Favorite Veterinarian - Dr. Laurie Walmsley
Best Veterinary Practice - Ashton Animal Clinic
Best Feral Cat Program - Buddy's Feral Cat Program
2nd Runner Up Favorite Dog Groomer - Cami at Ashton Animal Clinic
1st Runner Up Favorite Boarding Facility - Ashton Animal Clinic's Pet Resort
2nd Runner Up Favorite Doggie Daycare - Ashton Animal Clinic's Pet Resort
Dr. Laurie Walmsley
1st Woman of Florida Veterinary Medical Association's Distinguished
Service Award 2013
In the 39 years since the Distinguished Service Awards inception, it has been awarded only 28 times and Dr. Laurie Walmsley is the first female recipient.
|1974 Charles E. Bild, DVM
1976 William E. Jackson, DVM
1977 J. Brannen Murphy, DVM
1979 Ronald F. Jackson, DVM
1982 Clarence E. Dee, DVM
1984 James H. Yarborough, DVM
1985 E. E Thomas, Sr., DVM
1988 H. Larry Gore, DVM
1989 Jerry C. Spears, DVM
1990 Shelton Pinkerton, DVM
|1991 Diedrich Beusse, Jr., DVM
1992 James A. Himes, DVM
1994 Harvey L. Rubin, DVM
1995 Ralph S. Wilhelm, DVM
1996 Albert Few, DVM
1997 John Langford, DVM
1999 Richard “Bill” Goldston, DVM
1999 Paul L. Nicoletti, DVM
2000 C. Perry Smith, DVM
2001 Ernest Godfrey, DVM
|2002 William “Bill” Kyser, DVM
2003 James Brandt, DVM
2004 Larry G. Dee, DVM
2005 Peter T. Fernandes, DVM
2007 Richard Wilkes, DVM
2010 John R. Bass, DVM
2011 James E. Pennington, DVM
2012 Paul Gibbs, BVSc, PhD
2013 Laurie Ann Walmsley, DVM
The Distinguished Service Award is to be awarded for exceptional achievements and contributions by a member towards the advancement of Veterinary Medicine and the profession. To qualify, a member must have been dedicated to Veterinary Medicine and given time and energy beyond reasonable expectations. To be eligible for this award, a nominee must have been an active member of the Association for at least the past fifteen (15) years.
Buddy's Feral Cat Program
Local veterinarians, technicians and volunteers team together to spay and neuter an average of 13,000 feral cats per year.
Most everyone that lives in Sarasota has been driven by Ashton Animal Clinic on the 3rd Sunday of the month and wondered, "What is going on there?"
The street is lined with cars and we have tents, tables, horse trailers and LOTS of people.
It's Buddy's Feral Cat Day!
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