Colonial Animal Hospital is proud to have provided exceptional care to the area of Palm Beach County for over 30 years . Our primary goal is to provide the BEST possible treatment for you and your pet. We make it a priority to tailor our care to the needs of the client . Accurately diagnosing and recommending the BEST possible treatment plan is our #1 goal. We promise to treat all our clients honestly and fairly, while continuing to emphasize the 'Human Animal Bond' that we all share with our pets.

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  City Boynton Beach, FL
  Zip Code 33435
  Address 127 East Woolbright Rd
  Phone Number (561) 737-6448

  • I would recommend this business

Have used Colonial for all my fur babies for over 20 years. The staff and doctors always take care of me and the babies. Dr. Martin is so special! Thank you to all your team!

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Dr Martin is the best vet I have ever taken any of my pets to. He is truly a very concerned doctor. He cares deeply for his 4 legged patients and their parents.

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  • I would recommend this business

There staff is amazing. The girls in front and the nurses are beautiful people. The animals are treated excellent. The Drs are awesome. There is no other place I would go too. God Bless Colonial hospital

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  • I would recommend this business

My dog is very sick with cancer and I love that Dr Martin calls to check up on my sweet girl. I wouldn’t take my animals anywhere but here. Thank you all for your constant kindness and love for Daisy and Yogi. The photo is from Daisy’s bucket list. She got to have her photo shoot.

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From Our Website

Colonial Animal Hospital and our sister location, Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center deliver full-service vet care as well as a deluxe boarding experience for pets of Boynton Beach. Our veterinarians treat every pet like they're a part of the family, and extend that same level of compassion to you! Both Colonial Animal Hospital and Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center are staffed by highly trained, deeply compassionate veterinarians and support staff. Our owner, Dr. Robert Martin, is well-known veterinarian in Boynton Beach and beyond for a commitment to diagnosing and curing sick pets who have nowhere else to turn.


Whether you're gone for the day or heading out of town for the week, Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center's pet boarding facility is the perfect place to bring your pet for a getaway of their own! Cats and dogs will relax in spacious accommodations, get lots of love from our medically-trained staff, and enjoy mental and physical stimulation to keep them happy and healthy! Did you know that our boarding facility is also a hurricane shelter for pets? When your family receives an evacuation order, bring your pet to us!


Spaying or neutering your pet is one of the best ways to reduce pet overpopulation. In Boynton Beach and the greater state of Florida, too many pets end up as strays or life-long shelter residents. Others, sadly, face untimely euthanasia. To help the pet community as well as the health of your own pet, consider spay and neuter surgery at Colonial Animal Hospital or Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center! The general timeline for spaying or castrating your pet is at about 6 months of age. However, we recognize that every pet is different and some may benefit from an earlier or later surgery.


At Colonial Animal Hospital and Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center, we have a talented staff of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, assistants, receptionists, and more, who all work toward giving pets and their people the best care possible. Learn more about each team member below, and make an appointment soon to meet them in person! Dr. Martin graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. After owning and selling one practice in Tennessee he moved to Boynton Beach in 1987.


Laser therapy for dogs and cats offers pets a safer pain management option. It is entirely non-invasive and drug-free, meaning there is no risk of side effects. At our two Boynton Beach locations, we use pet laser therapy frequently for post-operative recovery, arthritis, skin conditions, and more. Therapeutic lasers promote healing on a cellular level. The laser light penetrates deep into the tissue, stimulating cell productivity. With increased energy, cells are able to repair damaged tissue faster and decrease inflammation.


Dental disease is one of the most common problems cats and dogs face, and it's a lot more detrimental to their health than discolored teeth and bad breath. At Colonial Animal Hospital, we strongly advocate for cat and dog teeth cleaning and preventive pet dental care, which involves regular professional cleanings and home dental care for pets to stave off disease. Schedule an appointment online at one of our two animal hospitals in Boynton Beach! An unhealthy mouth results in pain, which affects your pet's happiness and well-being.


At Colonial Animal Hospital and Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center, we use advanced surgical procedures to maintain and restore your pet's well-being and quality of life. We understand that pet surgery can be a stressful experience for both your pet and you, but we aim to make it as smooth as possible. Our veterinarians perform soft tissue surgeries (with a laser, when possible) as well as complex orthopedic procedures. After every procedure, we use our therapeutic laser over your pet's surgical incision to stimulate healing.


Cat and dog grooming in Boynton Beach is about more than chic haircuts, painted nails, and cute bows. It's an important service that promotes a sense of well-being and benefits your pet's health. At Colonial Gateway Veterinary Center, we have professional groomers who are dedicated to giving each of their clients the best experience. Whether your pet requires grooming due to a constantly growing coat or not, routine visits to our groomers can benefit your pet's health and their quality of life.