If you live in Lakeland or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – you need to look no further. Your pets’ health and well-being are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your canine and feline friends excellent care ! Our mission since opening in July of 2008 is to provide excellent Veterinary care at Affordable pricing. Our wellness plan for Canine and Feline is the latest introduction to our clients. These plans are aimed at those on limited budgets or seniors and is a wonderful way to help clients easily budget for their pets' needs.
Privileged Critters Animal Hospital, Inc. is a full service animal hospital. Dr. Rachel Bouton graduated from LSU in 1999. Her many years of experience treating serious conditions as well as regular Veterinary pet care has been entirely in Lakeland . Our clinic staff is friendly, efficient, knowledgeable and always willing to help with a smile!
We are centrally located and easy to find less than a mile from the center of old downtown.
Dr. Rachel Bouton
Lakeland Veterinarian | Privileged Critters Animal Hospital, Inc. | 863-816-5815
1004 W. Main St.
Lakeland, FL 33815
NEW OFFERING !
Announcing our new Wellness Plans with
12 easy payments.
If you or someone you know, has a problem budgeting for their pet, this is an awesome plan to look into!
"Canine Wellness Plan"
"Feline Wellness Plan"
These plans include ALL basic necessities that you need for your pet for the year plus bonus extras.
As a BONUS to the Plan, you will be identified as a "VIP - Wellness Plan Member". Any services, procedures, products or medications that you need that are NOT covered on the plan are given to you at 10% off our regular prices!
Please CALL us for an appointment at 863-816-5815 to take advantage of this exclusive offer.
See the top banner for specifics on what each plan includes!
CHECK out our new Wellness Plan with 12 payments to cover your WELL PETS' needs! Click on Canine Wellness Plan or Feline Wellness Plan for more information!
Read our reviews on Facebook as well as receive special offers, close out sales and some great information on caring for your pet! We support several "rescue" 501C's with discount pricing and they offer dogs for adoption on our Facebook page.
We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.View Services
I've been taking my dogs to Privileged Critters for a couple of years now. I live on the other side of Winter Haven, about 25 miles almost 45 minutes and I pass a good number of Veterinarians on the way, but it is worth the drive. The staff and the Vet has only one thing in mind and that is the health of your fur child. All who work here are animal lovers and they will care for your pet like it is one of their own. They ALSO have the BEST PRICES in POLK COUNTY
- Lurline King / Lakeland, FL
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