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Welcome to our website! We have created this site for you to get to know our doctors, staff and the wonderful work we do for our patients and our community.
Royal Palm Veterinary Hospital brings you a state of the art veterinary hospital in Coral Springs with the friendly home-town feel offered by the husband and wife team of veterinarians.
Dr. Andrew Weiss, partner and wife Dr. Sonja Friedbauer reside in Coral Springs where they are raising their family. Our doctors are dedicated to practicing the best medicine while bringing you and your pet a kinder, more economical approach to veterinary care.
We are very proud of our AAHA Accredited facility offering you and your pet the highest standards of care.
We hope you enjoy the information we bring to you in the comfort of your home.
This website will grow and change depending on your needs, so take a moment and drop us a line. We welcome any comments or questions you have and be assured our hospital administrator will personally respond to you.
Dr,. Andrew Weiss and Dr. Sonja Friedbauer
Coral Springs Veterinarian | Royal Palm Veterinary Hospital | 954-344-5466
10353 Royal Palm Blvd.
Coral Springs, FL 33065
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