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Welcome to the Lantana-Atlantis Animal Hospital web site. Our practice is located in Lantana, Florida and we serve the greater Palm Beach County area. We offer the very best, up-to-date care for those very special members of your family.
We have filled our site with useful information about our practice, services and animal health in general, but nothing takes the place of face-to-face meetings, where we have the opportunity to get to know you and your pets.
Each new client at our practice is eligible for a free physical exam (does not include vaccines, products, lab tests, or other diagnostic services), which makes it cost-effective to come in and check us out. We're certain that our warm and caring environment and our experienced staff will be a great choice when you are looking for a local veterinary practice.
Appointments or walk-ins are welcome!
Come right in to see us today!
At Lantana-Atlantis Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Evan Kadish
Lake Worth Veterinarian | Lantana-Atlantis Animal Hospital | 561-439-0694
3530 Lantana Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33462
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.
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