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Gregg Kuehnel DVM Eric Haskin DVM Kim Simons DVM
Marianne Dallessandro DVM
Full Service Local Veterinary Hospital Services Include:
West Boca Veterinary Center opened in the fall of 2008. We practice high-quality medicine in a modern veterinary hospital. Our veterinarians and staff are devoted to the well-being of our patients as well as the education of our clients. You and your loved one's needs are our highest priority. We recognize that you have many options when it comes to vets and who cares for you and your pets. Our affectionate and understanding staff combined with the knowledge and compassion of our doctors makes our hospital a place you will come to trust and consider part of your family.
Gregg Kuehnel DVM | Eric Haskin DVM | Kim Simons DVM
West Boca Veterinary Center
9908 Yamato Road Suite 102
Boca Raton, FL 33434
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