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Who are we?

At South Miami Vets & Pets, we’re different from other clinics in the Pinecrest and South Miami area. Not only do we have a unique, ultra-modern look and feel, but we also offer an unwavering commitment to our clients and their cherished companions. Whether it’s our state-of-the-art equipment or the free Wi-Fi and popcorn in our waiting room, we’re ready to wow you every step of the way.

Most importantly, our aim is to develop a strong connection with you and an unbreakable bond with your four-legged friend. We believe that providing personalized care is the most important aspect of veterinary medicine. Are you ready for a change? Why not come in and see what we’re all about? Call your Pinecrest veterinarian today.

Meet Our Skilled Team

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  • Diaz

    Although she’d had an affinity for animals since she was young, Dr. Diaz wasn’t sure that veterinary medicine was her true calling until her first year of college. After a year and a half of architecture studies, she realized that it was time for a change. During the first semester of her sophomore year, she decided to do some volunteer work at a local animal practice. It didn’t take long for Dr. Diaz to become hooked—she decided almost immediately to start making arrangements to attend veterinary school!

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  • Acevedo

    Dr. Acevedo cannot remember a time when she didn’t want to be an animal care professional. Growing up in San Juan, Puerto Rico, she was surrounded by the family dogs and always felt a natural connection with them. Her passion for pet care simply never wavered— Dr. Acevedo decided to devote her life to bettering the lives of pets and their owners by becoming a veterinarian!

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Address

South Miami Vets & Pets
12035 S Dixie Hwy #200
Pinecrest, FL 33156 5234

Phone: (305) 255-7838

Location

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "They were extremely helpful, available, cared about my super stressed cat but also me! Dedicated people. I visited more than 10 vets in Miami. This is the first one I will come back to. Reasonable prices also and more than perfect service. Thank you guys."

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