Welcome to Martin Animal Clinic!
American Animal Hospital Association Accredited
Martin Animal Clinic is proud to be an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) certified practice! How does that affect you?
Because of AAHA’s belief in “The Standard of Veterinary Excellence,” you receive the best quality of care possible. With over 1900 different criteria, covering medicine, surgery, diagnostics, and more, AAHA hospitals are regularly evaluated to be sure that the standards set forth by AAHA are met and sustained.
Therefore, you are provided with the highest level of care possible. With only 14% of the hospitals in North America certified, Martin Animal Clinic is among the elite few.
Martin Animal Clinic, owned by Dr. Scott Martin and Dr. April Romagnano, is a full service dog and cat veterinary hospital. Located in Palm City, FL, this modern medical and surgical facility offers a wide variety of services for dogs and cats. Martin Animal Clinic is proud to be an AAHA certified dog and cat practice that provides excellent care at AAHA standards. Dr. Martin is a truly dedicated veterinarian and has focused on dogs and cats for almost 25 years. During this time he has accumulated vast knowledge and experience in their diagnostic and surgical care. Dr. Martin is passionate about veterinary medicine and brings his knowledge and compassion to the table to treat your beloved dogs and cats at a level of care that is second to none. Dr. April R. has extensive experience with birds and exotics, is ABVP board certified in Avian Practice and is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Wildlife and Zoological Medicine Service, Dept of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida since 1996. Avian & Exotic patients are only seen next door at our sister clinic click to visit the site.
In addition to routine health examinations and vaccinations, the clinic has a variety of equipment that allows the doctors to provide quality medical and surgical care. Blood chemistries, CBCs, cytology, gram stains, heartworm testing, and even thyroid screens are done in-house, in the well equipped laboratory. The clinic also offers dentistry and radiology services. In the state of the art surgical suite, patients can be monitored with pulse oximetry and EKG. A respiratory ventilator is available for use when caring for critically ill or injured pets. Intensive care units are used to provide heat and oxygen support for our small animal patients. An isolation ward with a separate ventilation system can house even large patients in comfort.
In addition to excellent medical and surgical care Martin Animal Clinic is proud to offer Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment also known as HBO and HBOT. Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment is a non-invasive treatment that significantly improves and speeds patient healing, decreases patient pain, and offers a safe and viable alternative to surgery in many and varied cases. Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment is ideal for inflammatory painful conditions that arise from trauma and or disease. Trauma and disease of the skin, eyes, head, spine (herniated discs), knees and hips all benefit greatly from Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment. Many other disease processes also benefit from Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment including but are not limited to; pancreatitis, cellulitis, burns and painful infected bite wounds. Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment fits in well with Martin Animal Clinic’s philosophy “provide compassionate care for all our dog and cat patients” Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment does this by reducing pain. When our Martin Animal Clinic patients are pain free they are happier and able to heal and recover faster.
Patient prescriptions are filled in the clinic’s pharmacy and the nutritional needs of dogs & cats are met with the variety of foods kept in stock. Appointments can be made by click here or calling us at for professional bathing and grooming services, which are offered six days a week.
The employees of the Martin Animal Clinic, are dedicated to the safety and well being of our patients. Ensuring all are treated and cared for as if they were our own.