Welcome to Vets to Pets

Call us at (561) 376-6568 today!

We are devoted to your pet(s) and you the guardian. Dr. Zafir provides an inviting and comfortable environment in your home or office. He has 31 years of experience practicing exclusively with cats and dogs.

Vets to Pets is a full-service veterinary mobile / house call practice, located in Southern Palm Beach County. Servicing Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Atlantis, Lake Worth, Lantana, West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach, as well as Parkland, Coconut Creek, Deerfield Beach, and Coral Springs in Broward County.


Why use a mobile veterinary service?

Convenience

We come to you! Save yourself the drive and the stress for your pet and yourself.

Interruption Free

Uninterrupted time with the vet and more personalized attention

No Waiting or Rushed Appointments

Your time is valuable, why waste it? Our service is perfect for busy guardians and professionals.

No Waiting Rooms

No noisy and crowded waiting room causing more anxiety.

Relaxed Atmosphere

Pets are more relaxed and less stressed in their home environment. You also don’t have to worry about transportation stress for pets or car sickness

Keep your Pet(s) Healthy

Prevents exposure to other sick pets

New Clients receive a FREE Physical Exam for One Pet only

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Professional Associations

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  • Introducing a New Pet to Your Current Ones

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Did you know?

A German Shepherd called Max of Pangoula could jump as high as 11 feet and 5 inches. Max's record was broken by another dog called "Young Sabre", who jumped 3 more inches--11 feet and 8 inches.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday - Saturday:

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday:

By Appointment Only