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Welcome to Animal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood
Your Veterinarian in Hollywood, FL
Call us at 954-920-2400
Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!The staff at the Animal Medical Center would like to Welcome you to our community.
Choosing a new veterinarian can be a difficult and worrisome process. We know how important it is that your pets receive only the best in preventative and diagnostic medical care and treatment. With our caring, knowledgeable staff and modern hospital you can feel confident that your pet will receive the best possible medical treatment and attention.
The AMC and Bird Clinic of Hollywood is a full service veterinary hospital for dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rodents, rabbits, ferrets, monkeys and other exotic species.
Additional services are provided for your convenience - overnight boarding, grooming, day care, house calls, and others.
If you have any questions concerning the health of your pet, please feel free to call us.
At Animal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
The Staff at Animal Medical Center Bird Clinic of Hollywood
Hollywood Veterinarian | Animal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood | 954-920-2400
521 N. Federal Hwy.
Hollywood, FL 33020
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