Bowie a 30 lb. Golden doodle received a birthday card for his 10 year anniversary from the staff at Fondren Pet Care Center. He just wanted to share it with the world.
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.
Super Friendly Staff. Wonderful veterinarian, down to earth and extremely knowledgeable. Quality and Honest, great with my pet and very fairly priced. Overall best doctor I have found since moving to Florida for my pet. -anonymous
I am completely satisfied with the care my pet receives at this clinic. The staff are terrific, Dr. Fondren is direct, compassionate, and capable. I always know I will get a straight answer to my questions and they are all very accepting of my requests. I would recommend this office highly. -Barbara H.
Hudson, a 3 year old Coton de Tulear, wearing his
red flanel long johns can't wait 'till Christmas
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