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Channel Islands Veterinary Hospital
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Animal Medical Group
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Animal Specialty Group Inc
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Firestone Animal Hospital
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Beverly Oaks Animal Hospital
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Animal Emergency Centre
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Animal Specialty Group
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Terms to Know When Visiting Your Vetinarian

Your visit to your vet is an important part of caring for your pet and keeping them healthy. Regular visits and following instructions given by your vet will help your animal to live longer and have a higher quality life. Communication with your doctor is an important component of creating a plan of care and during emergency situations. Below are 10 terms you may want to familiarize yourself with before your next visit to an animal clinic.

  • Emergency Clinic – A facility that offers medical services after hours and on weekends. A qualified doctor will be on call on a 24 hour basis to respond to your animal's needs.
  • Exotic Pets – Animals that are outside the range of those normally kept in a domesticated environment. These may include reptiles such as lizards and various species of birds.
  • Holistic – An approach to care that considers many alternative and natural options in place of or in addition to medicines.
  • Surgery – An invasive procedure performed by a doctor at an animal hospital for the purpose of correcting an injury, illness, or malformation. X-rays are often used to determine if surgery is necessary.
  • Heartworm – A parasite that lives and multiplies within the heart of an animal such as a dog. Treatment requires medicines.
  • Cyst – An abnormal growth that may secrete liquid or another body fluid.
  • Malignant – A tumor that is growing and is associated with cancer. Tumors can often be lethal in humans and animals.
  • Spay – Sterilization of a female animal. This may be done in a hospital or in office.
  • Vaccination – Medicine given to an animal to prevent future illness.
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    Dr. Dog
    Get the very best treatment for your pets from our local Glendale area veterinarians. Our preferred doctors offer the most comprehensive and affordable care to keep your pets healthy.
    Amer Veterinary Medical Assoc
    Schaumburg, IL 60173
    The veterinary medical association we operate provides information and networking resources for any veterinary practice in the country. Get more out of your practice by joining our association.
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    User Review: "Dr. Hill and his staff made my pet's life more enjoyable and longer than I could ever expect."
    Shane Veterinary Medical Center
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    Crossroads Animal Emergency
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    Warren Animal Hospital
    2417 Riverside Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039
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    (323) 664-2188
     
    User Review: "This is the worst vet I have ever been to. If you want your animal to be returned to you with a pulse, do not trust dr...." - Jeneleen (CA)
    Melrose La Brea Animal Hospital
    7116 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
    A Full Service Pet Hospital & Clinic since 1971. For over 30 years of practice, Melrose - La Brea Animal Hospital has helped thousands of dogs, cats, birds and other pets achieve happier lives.
    (323) 937-2334
    Echo Park Animal Hospital
    1739 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
    Echo Park Vet Hospital provides the best in Veterinarian services, including wellness examines, shots, immunization, spay & neuter, surgery, nutrition and more in Los Angeles Greater Area.
    (323) 663-1107
    Pasadena Veterinary Specialists
    1412 Huntington Dr, South Pasadena, CA 91030
    We are a state of the art small animal surgical referral center. Our doctors, Dr. Charisse davidson and Dr. Fiona Little are both board certified veterinary surgeons who specialize in orthopedic, neurological, and soft tissue surgery.
    (626) 403-6824
    Complete Animal Eye Care Center
    14120 Ventura Blvd Ste K, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
    Complete Animal Eyecare Center provides full service veterinary and animal eye surgery services for small animals, large animals, avian and exotic pets in the Greater Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley
    (818) 986-4356
    The Pet Doctors of Sherman Oaks
    13756 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 101, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
    Call us at (818) 981-1899 in Sherman Oaks, CA, and get pet vaccinations from a reputable veterinary hospital.
    (818) 981-1899
    Glenoaks Animal Hospital
    2037 W Glenoaks Blvd, Glendale, CA 91201
    (818) 840-9700
    VCA Arden Animal Hospital
    407 Arden Ave, Glendale, CA 91203
    (818) 246-2478
    Bestcare Pet Clinic
    1140 N Pacific Ave, Glendale, CA 91202
    (818) 502-1134
    Angelus Pet Hospital
    5846 San Fernando Rd, Glendale, CA 91202
    (818) 241-8333
    Media City Animal Hospital
    1509 W Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506
    (818) 848-5007
    Bastet Cat Hospital, Inc.
    120 E Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91502
    (818) 846-8600
    Melissa Fogel DVM
    1509 W Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506
    (818) 848-5007
    Isabel Chan DVM
    1509 W Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506
    (818) 848-5007
    Jan Levitt DVM
    1509 W Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506
    (818) 848-5007


    Veterinarians are specialists who are qualified to treat injured and diseased animals. Often vets work at pet hospitals and animals clinics in order to assist countless pet owners with emergency care and regular check-ups. These animal doctors are even able to administer medicine to cats, dogs, exotic frogs, and pet hamsters. With so many people in the United States alone, there are millions of pets that need check-ups, surgery procedures, and medicines. This is why veterinarians can be found in most towns and cities across the nation. If you own a pet dog, rabbit, bird, or horse, you may have needed a vet’s professionals assistance at some point or another. After all, animals do require health care and medical treatments at times. It does not matter if the pet is a cat, lizard, or a few mice. Any living creature can experience health problems or disease. Most people with pets visit a regular veterinarian each year in order to get the animal’s shots and vaccinations updated. This is to help prevent diseases like rabies and leukemia. Some vet clinics and animals hospitals provide 24 hour care. This is so that they can help pet owners with emergency situations. You can bring your cat or dog in at any hour to acquire medicine or medical assistance. There are assistants that work with the vets in order to do x-rays and run tests. You can acquire more specifics and details regarding veterinarians and pet hospitals by surfing the web. You can additionally learn more about holistic vets in your area.
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