VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital

Is this your veterinarian?

1574 E. Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

Driving Directions

(954) 771-0156


  • Hours:
  • Mon-Fri 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Sat-Sun 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Welcome to VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital. We are open 7 days a week!

VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital is owned by Dr. Robert C. Buzzetti, DVM. Dr. Buzzetti graduated Iowa State University in 1975 and has owned VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital, an AAHA accredited practice, for almost 35 years. We attribute the success of this practice to our high level of professionalism and compassion delivered by our qualified veterinarians and our dedicated support staff for our clients who remain loyal and continue to support VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital.

We are a full-service facility and as our clients' needs change and grow, we strive to provide the state-of-the-art treatment options available, and we are constantly seeking innovation for our clients. Please come in for a tour of our facility and to meet our friendly staff.

At VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital, We Treat Your Pets Like the Valued Family Members They Are.

VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital Staff Profiles

Gary Clarke, DVM

<p> <strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span _fck_bookmark="1" id="cke_bm_25S" style="display: none;">&nbsp;</span></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong>The joy of why of I do this has developed from the challenges of difficult medical/surgical cases, to developing the long lasting relationships that come with time and practice. I'm a veterinarian and wear all the hats this position brings but yet I am also an advocate, educator, grief counselor and friend.</strong>&nbsp; My career started as an aspiring engineering student who took a job in a veterinary clinic to save money for college. I soon realized that I could apply my love of math and science to living things without having to practice medicine on human patients. I did not grow up wanting to be a veterinarian, but grew to that point. I did not want to work on/with people, but quickly learned that my role is not different from that of a pediatrician with an infant patient.&nbsp; I am not sure where else I can do what I do from the technical standpoint, experience the joy of bringing a well dog, cat, ferret, rat, etc back to their happy owner, to being part of the family unit when it comes time for end of life decisions.&nbsp; This isn't just a job its my life.</p> Show More

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