New Patients Receive their First Office visit FREE

*Healthy pets only, no sick visits

Welcome to Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Melbourne FL

Call us at (321) 259-8492
After hours emergencies Call AECC right away at 321-725-5365!

Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital is a comprehensive affordable veterinary care facility located in Melbourne, Florida. We serve the needs of our local dogs and cats in Melbourne, as well as our neighbors in Palm Bay, Viera, Rockledge and Satellite Beach. Our hospital's veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and professional staffers are dedicated to providing the highest in quality care to both our patients and clients.

We maintain a state-of-the-art facility, taking advantage of all of the latest advances in veterinary medical technology to provide safer and more affordable treatments for your pet.

Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital also has comprehensive preventative health care programs

mama2.jpgfor dogs and cats of all ages. Our veterinarians will develop affordable vaccination schedules that are tailored to your pet's specific needs, as well as perform physical examinations and additional diagnostics to detect many conditions that lead to common illnesses. We base our treatments on a number of different factors, including breed, physical condition, lifestyle, and previous medical history.

We have made every effort to create a site that is as informative as possible, but if you have any questions or would like to know more about our practice, please do not hesitate to call us. We would love to hear from you!

We encourage clients to make appointments with our office by phone or email before visiting us.

At Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Dr. David Retamozo
Melbourne Veterinarian | Eau Gallie Veterinary Hospital | (321) 259-8492

3605 N Wickham Rd
Melbourne, FL 32935

Our Office Hours

Eau Gallie Vet

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • ""DR WILLY , was amazing with both my dogs today . Simba my golden came in for yearly check up , we won a free check up and this was our first time. Marshall my pointer mix came along for the ride and normally he does not warm up very easily to people but he LOVED Dr Willy , which put us to ease. Dr Willy was so courteous and informative , spent a great deal of time educating us on preventative care . Thank you so very much. Dr Willy your amazing.""
    Christine Adams
  • ""We can not say enough about EGVH...We have been so pleased with all the care that Maggie has received there from having removal of some of her teeth to getting her shots and being groomed there..The staff is outstanding and sooo caring and truly love their animals that come to them....Our daughter recommended you to us when we moved here 2 years ago...Maggie loves this place and all the staff....Thank you Eau Gallie Veterinary for being there for our pets and loving them as we do.....☺""
    Lorna Braley Heim
  • ""We love the staff and Vets! We are moving but still going to drive the 3 hours both ways to keep them!! For yearly checks and shots. They are always so friendly and kind to us and our pet. We have been clients for three years and will remain one!! Dont trust any other Vet to treat our Sadie!!!""
    Melanie King
  • ""Dr. David and his staff are great with their patients and their families. Everyone there is very attentive. We are very happy to have been referred to Dr. David by the Florida Aid to Animals with our last dog who recently passed away from cancer. I would encourage anyone who is looking for a vet to go to Eau Gallie Vet Hospital. It is a happy, friendly office""
    Katie Manifold
  • ""I am so happy that I found Eau Gallie Vets, everyone there is so nice, and Dr. Retamozo is the best. He is truly a dedicated vet who cares about all the animals. All of the techs and staff are wonderful and caring people. Benny and Lucy get the best care there.
    Sincerely, Edna Engel""
    Edna Van Volkenburg-Engel
  • ""Best vet I've ever had. Very professional. Caring and compassionate. Staff is amazing!""
    S.C. Bonnici

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