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Justin Barlett Animal Hospital
Call us at (561) 795-9999

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When you are looking for veterinary care for your four-legged family member you should be able to count on superior quality care and excellent services that you can afford. The Team at Justin Bartlett Animal Hospital is made up of veterinary professionals that will bring you the best possible healthcare for your pet. We have a non-profit, state of the art veterinary facility which is clean, comfortable, and efficient, at low cost affordable prices where the primary concern it’s “always for the animals”. ( Non-profit - A business entity that is granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service. Donations to a nonprofit organization are often tax deductible to the individuals and businesses making the contributions-

Nonprofit corporations differ from profit-driven corporations in several respects. The most basic difference is that nonprofit corporations cannot operate for profit. That is, they cannot distribute corporate income to shareholders. The funds acquired by nonprofit corporations must stay within the corporate accounts to pay for reasonable salaries, expenses, and the activities of the corporation. Salaries are not considered personal benefits because they are necessary for the operation of the corporation. )

At Justin Bartlett Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Julia Vladimir
Chief Veterinarian|

(561) 795-9999

10405 Southern Blvd
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411

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Meet Our Skilled Team

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  • Dr.
    Julia Vladimir
    Chief Veterinarian

    Dr Julia Vladimir

  • Crystal Ramsey

    Dr. Crystal Ramsey

  • Sy Woon
    Doctor of Veterinary

    Dr Sy Woon

  • Brittany Carames
    Hospital Manager

    Brittany Carames

  • Debra Mammino

    Debra Mammino

  • Jenifer Barr

    Jenifer Barr

  • Dianna George

    Dianna George

  • Patricia (Tisa ) Mooney

    Patricia (Tisa) Mooney

  • Angela Hutson

    Angela Hutson

  • Danielle Toker

    Danielle Toker

  • Dillon Dunn

    Dillon Dunn

  • Johanna Andersson

    Johanna Andersson

  • Karen


  • Patty


  • Andrew


  • Alexis
    Kennel Tech


  • Austin
    Kennel Tech


  • Kyleigh
    Kennel Tech


  • Henry
    Kennel Tech


  • Breana Lino

    Breana Lino

  • Jenna


  • Andrew


  • Bobbie Hack
    Support Staff

    Bobbie Hack

  • Jessica
    Support Staff


  • Don ` Wulf
    Support Staff

    Don Wulf

  • Ashley
    Support Staff


  • Sherry



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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "First time going here and will definitely be going back!!! Staff was extremely helpful and welcoming. After being referred here by a coworker I brought my cat in and everyone was so kind and caring for him. Also very reasonably priced, I felt that they genuinely cared about my pet."
  • "The Staff are friendly and courteous. They have a genuine concern for all the animals that come into their facility. It is more than affordable and everything is discussed up front with no hidden costs. Dr. Ramsey is awesome. She takes the time to discuss everything in detail and treats her patients with care as if they were her own. I highly recommend this facility to anyone that cares about their animals like family."
  • "I took my dog in for the first time yesterday. We got an appointment same day, short wait before seeing the vet. Very friendly and professional staff, reasonable prices and they weren't trying to sell us additional testing. We will e bringing our other dog there as soon as his contract expires at Banifield."
  • "We Foster and adopted our last dog from here now we bring all of our
    dogs to their Animal Hospital everybody on the staff is fantastic
    especially done we've only had one issue with one of the veterinarians not
    being as considerate as we would like with our animals with that being said
    we still go back there we just make sure to request somebody else besides
    him the rates are extremely reasonable not to mention the best part of all
    all the money that you spend there goes right back into helping other
    animals in need which is the most important thing of all"
    Tom R
  • "Don at the front desk is very helpful and always has a smile waiting
    for you! The vet was very informative and gave me suggestions on the
    questions I asked. All the vet techs were very comforting and my dogs were
    not scared by them. I had a great experience!"
    Holly Skeen
  • "Very good place to bring your pet. Great prices and everyone is very nice and they truly love animals"
    gina mirabile

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