Vet Clinic Palm Harbor FL

When you are searching for local vets in Palm Harbor FL, look no further than Tarpon Woods. Learn more about the sincere and honest pet medical attendants at Tarpon Woods Veterinary Medical Center. Behind every trusted veterinary clinic are the people who apply their knowledge and expertise in administering the ideal pet care for domestic animals. Our Veterinary Hospital in Palm Harbor, Fl is headed by Dr. Sarah Schacht who is assisted by two skillful veterinary technicians, Cheyenne and Jessica.

Our Mission

It is our mission to offer outstanding veterinary care and excellent customer service to your loved ones in a family-like, compassionate atmosphere.

Dr. Sarah Schacht

Leading the clinic is Dr. Sarah Schacht, our head veterinarian. She acquired her bachelor’s degree in Biological Science at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus. After graduation, she moved to Ohio to pursue her dream of becoming a Veterinarian. It became a reality when she received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1993. She then moved back to Puerto Rico to work at an exclusive equine referral clinic. After one year, she moved to Tampa where she married her husband, who is a former classmate, and a fellow veterinarian.

Her Background

In Tampa, she worked at a facility with a mixed animal practice and later, at a small animal practice. In 1996, Dr. Sarah and her husband bought their first practice where they worked together for more than 10 years. Her special interests are internal medicine and surgery. Dr. Sarah Schacht decided to open a vet clinic in Palm Harbor to be closer to her family, and to offer to Palm Harbor and the surrounding areas outstanding, cutting-edge, and compassionate veterinary care.

Dr. Pablo Schacht

He graduated from The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. His special interests are dentistry, internal medicine, feline medicine, exotic medicine and surgery. He has taking multiple continuing education courses in advance dentistry and also Reptile Avian, exotic medicine and surgery. He is also a current member of American Veterinary Dental Society, American Association of Feline Practitioners and Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society and The Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians.