Dr. Linda Register and the Team at East-West Animal Hospital provide high quality, full service, state-of-the-art, integrative veterinary medical care to cats, dogs, and pocket pets.


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 Our mission is to embody Safety, Courtesy, Compassion and Respect with a dedication to provide a superior veterinary experience by combining effective traditional procedures, quality preventive care, Integrative methods. 

East West Animal Hospital is “Your Other Family Doctor”.



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Located in Lutz, Florida vet 33549, vet 33548

East-West Animal Hospital is bringing a different look to veterinary medicine for residents of Pasco and Northern Hillsborough County.  Our methodologies combine eastern and western care for both emergency and preventative care.  Doctor Linda Register has been a veterinarian in this area for over 18 years.  The doctor and her compassionate staff treat their patient’s as their own and are passionate about maintaining your pet’s health.  They demonstrate their passion through forward thinking protocols and modified vaccination schedules (dog shots, cat shots).

East-West Animal Hospital delivers on the promise of exceptional care for your pet using highly developed technology such as digital radiography, specialized blood machines and advanced equipment to monitor vital statistics of patients.  With these tools staff at East-West can ensure that procedures such as an ovariohysterectomy (dog spay, cat spay) or a dog neuter or cat neuter surgery can be completed in a timely manner, ensuring minimal stress to your pets.


 We offer alternative therapies such as Acupuncture. What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture consists of a family of procedures used as therapeutic intervention.  The Chinese theory of acupuncture is based on the premise that there are patterns of energy flow.  Disruptions in the body’s energy flow cause health imbalances and disease.

Acupuncture involves strategic selection of points along the body which are physically manipulated, stimulated by fine needle skin penetration and/or by electrical activation and/or fluid injection.

Acupuncture has been practiced on humans, horses, cows and swine for 2,000 years.  The use of this modality in dogs, cats and exotics has only been over the past 50-60 years.

What conditions can be treated with acupuncture?

The most common conditions treated with acupuncture are disc disease and arthritis.  However, acupuncture and TCVM can be applied to treat many conditions.  Acupuncture can treat seizures and other neurological conditions for which there is no response to traditional treatments available in western medicine and can be used to help patients recover after surgeries.

Prevention, maintenance and intervention are key elements to promoting overall wellness.  Chinese and western medicines are not substitutes for one another, but they are complimentary.  As an integrative approach to medicine, acupuncture can be used in conjunction with traditional western medicine.


We serve patients from: New Port Richey, Port Richey, Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Spring Hill, Hudson,  Clearwater, BrooksvilleOldsmar,  Tampa, Trinity, , Safety Harbor, Holiday, Lutz, Carrolwood, Land O Lakes, Wesley Chapel,

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