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At Argyle Animal Clinic, our experienced veterinarian, Dr. Darlene Lundberg Eslick , works with our passionate staff to keep your pets happy and healthy. Dr. Lundberg Eslick works hard to provide the best animal care in Jacksonville. If you have a dog, cat, rabbit, pocket pet, reptile, or bird, we can treat your pet! Our Orange Park, FL veterinarian provides care for all types of pets in Jacksonville, Orange Park, Middleburg, and the surrounding communities. We even see a few clients from Georgia!
Darlene Lundberg Eslick VMD, MA is a licensed Middleburg veterinarian here at the animal clinic. Dr. Lundberg Eslick earned her veterinary degree at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Since then, she’s been providing health care and treating animals for almost 25 years. Dr. Lundberg Eslick and her staff care for animals from all over Florida.
Dr. Lundberg Eslick and our team at Argyle Animal Clinic offer a wide range of services to provide the best possible care for your pets!
General Wellness Exams – We always want to ensure that your pet’s health is where it should be. We suggest an annual check-up with our veterinarian to look your pet over and check their overall well-being. This is a great time to consult with Dr. Lundberg Eslick about your pet’s diet or any odd behaviors you may have noticed.
Routine Pet Surgeries – We are happy to offer pet surgery, including spay & neuter services. Spaying & neutering is an important part of your pet’s overall health and our veterinarian would be happy to discuss this with you further.
Pet Vaccinations – Vaccinations are critical in disease prevention and are an important part of maintaining your pet’s health. Dr. Lundberg Eslick will work with you to select the proper vaccinations and to keep your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date.
Pet Microchipping – It’s important to our Orange Park veterinarian and team that your pet is properly microchipped as a preventative method. Microchipping ensures that when your pet breaks free from their lead or accidentally slips out the door, we can successfully reunite you with your furry friend.
Pet Dentistry – Oral health is just as important for our pets as it is for us. Our veterinarian will work with you to solve any existing dental problems, as well as develop a preventative dental regime that fits your pet’s needs.
Boarding & Grooming – Grooming and proper hygiene are important parts of general pet care. We are proud to offer grooming services in addition to pet boarding, for when you can’t take your pet with you. Our team understands how important your pet is to you and your family. We do our best to care for your pet the way you would!
Trusted Care For Your Pet - Dr. Lundberg Eslick works diligently to help every animal to the best of her abilities and will work with your pet and their needs to determine the best plan of action. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, feel free to contact us with your questions. We want to assist every pet the best we can.
When you have a sick or injured pet the last thing you want to do is search for a veterinarian in Jacksonville. By developing a relationship with our team, we are better able to serve your pets in the long run. We are open six days a week to handle everything from general wellness to emergency procedures. Dr. Lundberg Eslick and her team are excited to work with you!
Dr. Darlene Lundberg Eslick
Jacksonville Veterinarian | Argyle Animal Clinic, Inc. | 904-771-2781
6001-2 Argyle Forest Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32244
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