Fondren Pet Care Center
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Welcome to Fondren Pet Care Center, I’m Dr. Mary Fondren, Veterinarian. Let me tell you a little about our small animal veterinary clinic which is located in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens, FL. near PGA Boulevard and serving Northern Palm Beach County. Perhaps if you like what you see on these pages you will call our office to schedule an appointment and see for yourself.
Our hospital efforts are exclusively for cats and dogs. We offer services such as dentistry, dermatology, ophthalmology and surgery. Our pharmacy offers medicine to care for your pet and help you keep your loved one feeling their best. Our highly trained staff is available to answer your questions on diet foods and holistic medicine to flea products, medications and training. Our Veterinary Dental Technician is always ready to give your pet an expert evaluation, and recommend medical products and treatments for a healthy mouth.
So take a few moments to look around and read what our clients say about us, then give us a call at (561) 627–7688 and talk with one of our client service representatives, see how helpful we can be, then arrange a visit.
The doctor is excellent, great diagnostic skills and she cares and listens. Adds to that she reassures, smiles and laughs. The staff are ALL wonderful, helpful and go the extra mile 100% of the time. ‑Bonita H.
I wish all businesses had employees that were as cheerful and helpful as the ones that work at Fondren Pet Care Center. From the curbside service to the call ahead (ready when you get there) service, this business is unmatched in customer service. ‑Haley B.
Dr. Fondren has been my Maggies vet for the past 8 years and I can't say enough wonderful things about the Doctor and her entire staff. they are always kind, caring and considerate of their patients and the families that love them ‑Linda F.
You guys were awesome! Thanks for all your care and kindness towards me and my dog Duke! God bless! ‑Noelle M.
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A University of Minnesota’s Stroke Research Center study of 4435 people ranging in age from 30 to 70 years old showed that over a 20 year period, participants that never owned a cat were 40% more likely to die of a heart attack and 30% more likely to die from any kind of cardiovascular disease.