Community Veterinary Hospital

1631 West Bay Drive
Largo, FL 33770


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(, Dr. Lester Mandelker is a specialist in feline and canine medicine in Pinellas County. He is a nationally recognized veterinarian and an expert in veterinary pharmacology, pet supplements and antioxidant therapy and pet health care. 

Dr. Lester Mandelker is the owner and director of Community Veterinary Hospital located in the Clearwater and  Largo area of Pinellas County in Florida.   He also runs The Paradise Pet Motel located on the premises.  Dr. Mandelker is the only board Certified Veterinary for both Dogs and Cats in the Belleair, Clearwater, Largo and Seminole areas of Pinellas County Florida.  He has practiced for over 35 years and has been recognized twice among the nations top veterinarians.   He practices on all dogs, cats and exotic pets.

Dr. Mandelker is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics ( AAVPT).

Dr. Mandelker also consults with other veterinary specialists online about complex cases through the


Questions submitted will be answered for educational and informational purposes concerning pet health care, and is not intended to diagnose and treat any illness or disease. No one can truly diagnose any disease or illness without taking a case history and performing a complete physical examination by a veterinarian.

(, will not be able to make a diagnosis or prescribe treatment with the information you provide. However, suggestions as to how to proceed with veterinary care can be discussed. Pertinent health information can also be found on our Pet Health Library Page.

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