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Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

IMPORTANT

  • Park behind the shopping center in a numbered parking space or 5 minute parking if it's available.
  • Text the following to (760) 916-4349:
    • pet name
    • last name
    • appointment time
    • parking space number
  • YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING OR WE WILL NOT EXAMINE YOUR PET.
  • An attendant will come out to your vehicle and retrieve your pet(s), your credit/debit card and any paperwork you may have.
  • DO NOT LEAVE THE PARKING AREA UNLESS ADVISED TO DO SO! HAVE YOUR PHONE READY FOR THE DOCTOR TO CALL YOU.
  • After examination, the doctor will discuss possible diagnosis, treatment plans, etc. with you. After exam/treatments we will process payment.
  • The attendant will then bring your pet back out to you with your payment card, receipt and any meds or paperwork if applicable.

News

Dog Checkups & Preventive Care

With the New Year rapidly approaching, now is a great time to begin thinking about New Year’s Resolutions. This year, how about getting your four-legged family members in on the act? Resolve to make your dog’s life happier and healthier by adhering to a month-by-month planner. Have a look at the suggestions below, and feel free to revise according to what best suits you and your pets. Click here for more on Dog Checkups & Preventive Care

Cat Checkups & Preventive Care

With the New Year rapidly approaching, now is a great time to begin thinking about New Year’s Resolutions. This year, how about getting your four-legged family members in on the act? Resolve to make your cat’s life happier and healthier by adhering to a month-by-month planner. Have a look at the suggestions below, and feel free to revise according to what best suits you and your pets. Click here for more on Cat Checkups & Preventive Care.

The Health of Your Pet

The health of your pet can change rapidly as he or she ages. Beginning at around age 7, many dogs enter their senior years. At this stage, dogs often begin to develop diseases common to their senior-human counterparts, such as diabetes, heart disease, hypothyroidism, kidney disease and cancer. Click here to find out what to expect as your dog ages and what you can do to help keep your pet healthy.

5 Tips to Spot Heart Disease in Cats Sooner

Heart disease in kitties is sneaky business. Without any warning symptoms, it can lay a cat low with life threatening, and sometime even life ending issues. Why is feline heart disease so difficult to detect in its early stages? Click here to find out why it is hard to detect heart disease in cats in its early stages and what you can do about it.