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If you see a coupon you would look to use on this page just print it out  and bring it in to be used on your pets next visit with us.

We have a full service pet boarding at our Animal House Boarding facility located at the rear of the building. Our staff would be thrilled to have your pet come stay with us!  We not only will accommodate and treat your pet as if they were our very own but knowing that we have our entire vet staff available for your pet at any time during their stay is extremely comforting. All of our cat condos and dog runs are indoors and air conditioned at a comfy temperature for your pets. We play with and engage our kitty companions with love and attention and we walk, exercise, hug and kiss your doggies during their visit as well.

Here at Lantana-Atlantis Animal Hospital, we take pride in getting to know our patients and their parents.  We're offering free initial exams to not only start a dialogue, but to make sure your pets are healthy, happy, and on track for another great year!  We welcome you to call or stop by to make an appointment.  Don't forget to bring any vaccine or prior veterinary pet information along for the appointment. 

HOLIDAY SPECIALS!

FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER WE HAVE 20% OFF ALL VACCINES WHEN YOU COME IN FOR A WELLNESS EXAM!

FEBRUARY IS DENTAL MONTH 20% OFF ALL DENTAL PROCEDURES FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH CALL US TO BOOK YOUR DENTAL TODAY!

Does the idea of your dog’s stinky kisses make you wince?
Do you cringe from your cat’s foul breath?
Does your bunny take longer to chew and occasionally drop food?

Bad teeth may be to blame! Few people are able to brush their pet’s teeth regularly, so food and plaque continue to build up on them until they cause serious health issues.

Did you know the bacteria in the mouth can cause heart and kidney disease if left untreated? In smaller dogs and rabbits, bad teeth can weaken the jaw and make it much easier to break from normal chewing and playing.

“But my dog chews bones and hard food! He can’t have bad teeth!” Pets often get snacks and people leftovers that are stickier than their normal food and hasten plaque formation. We have to brush our teeth twice a day and see a dentist twice a year, but people still get cavities! Pets get much less daily dental care than we do and are more likely to get things trapped in between their teeth. Real bones often break teeth, leading to painful infections.

Non-anesthetic dental cleaning is available for some pets. If your pet is calm when having its mouth examined and is only expecting a routine dental exam, this may be an option for your pet. If there is any painful work expected or your pet is nervous, we may recommend a dental cleaning with a gentle anesthetic to make them more comfortable.

If you are concerned about your pet’s teeth, call our office today and set up an evaluation to see what option is best for your pet!

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Office Hours

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Monday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you for being there for my little girl this past week. Had the chance to work will all 3 doctors throughout this week (and many techs/front desk girls) and even though I felt like a crazy dog mom calling every 5 minutes to check on her, this team took the time to be there for me and my little girl. Can't tell you how much you made these past couple days less stressful. Glad to have her home, and glad your team was on her side! Thank you, you'll never know what you gave me back."
    Lisa P. Lake Worth, FL

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