904 West Hallandale Beach Boulevard [2 1/2 blocks EAST of I-95 ]
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
We are located 2 1/2 blocks east of I-95 on Hallandale Beach Boulevard, on your north side of the road, a one story white building with big red letters:
Animal Hospital of Hallandale.
If you are coming from East (Beach) please pass US-1 and the railroad tracks. We are located after 8th Ave on the right side of street,
just minutes away from Aventura, Sunny Isles, Dania Beach, and Hollywood.
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