The many branches of Pets R Us Veterinary Hospitals are each filled with seasoned groups of vets and vet technicians. At Chapman Veterinary Hospital, for example, Dr. Samuel Azab puts to use more than ten years of experience and a special interest in surgery, internal medicine, and avian treatment. At any of the locations, pets can be treated for a variety of health concerns ranging from flea infestations to endocrine diseases. The hospitals are equipped with state-of-the-art medical devices, and some of them can conduct digital radiography, vaccinations, ultrasounds, and orthopedic surgery. Some facilities also provide boarding and grooming for non-medical concerns.
VETCO Affordable Full-Service Pet Hospitals have been in business for over 15 years.
We offer everything you need to keep your pet healthy:
Vaccinations Heartworm Tests and Prevention Spay or Neuter Dental Cleaning Surgery X-Rays Ear Flushes Diagnostics Microchip Pet IDs Deworming Flea and Tick Prevention
When a pet gets sick, it can’t tell its owner what’s wrong, or turn on its favorite TV show, or even take the day off from work. Fortunately, Dr. Stan and his staff speak canine and feline, and operate a top-of-the-line animal hospital equipped with everything an ailing cat or dog could need. Fully digital x-rays provide crystal-clear images with significantly reduced radiation, a wide-open waiting area prevents furry ones from feeling nervous and cramped, and a special cats-only room with an inviting kitty tree keeps felines purring in contentment. Adoptive parents can bring in their four-leggers for appointments ranging from regular checkups to treatments targeting acute or chronic health issues, which are performed by staff who are experienced in everything from vaccinations to dental cleanings to surgical procedures with or without anesthetics.
The expert veterinarians at Westminster Veterinary Group care for cats, dogs, and exotic pets with diagnostic checkups, surgical procedures, and diet planning designed to keep all animals healthy at all stages of life. The vet's staff includes a half-dozen doctors, many of whom are distinguished for their experience caring for exotic animals, including many species of birds, reptiles, small mammals, and some Ewoks. All in all, the group tends to more than 10,000 animals a year, performing exotic pet surgery with high-tech micro-instruments and treating injured wildlife free of charge in conjunction with the Orange County Wildlife Foundation.
More than just a healthcare facility for pets, Westminster Veterinary Group offers luxury boarding facilities for cats, dogs, snakes, and birds while their owners are away. Dogs scamper around an outdoor play area while cats people-watch through windows into the waiting room.
Co-founded by a certified master dog trainer, Ufuria provides a plethora of holistic-minded petcare services to keep owners' and canines' minds at peace. Furry friends can frolic in over 9,000 square feet of facility peppered with modern equipment and staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A fur-cleansing bath rids shaggy coats of dander and produces an envy-inducing sheen, and an introductory evaluation determines whether your polished pet is suitable for a group play environment. Your dog's five days of fun each start off with an energy-releasing walk. Then a two-hour nap session gives four-legged children ample time to recharge their batteries for an afternoon of daycare activities and group play. For the safety of all dogs, canines over eight months old must be spayed or neutered to participate in doggie daycare. Private play, walks/runs, five 30-minute training sessions, and alternative activities are available for pups who are not neutered or spayed or who did not pass the group play evaluation.
Dr. Richard Tillema has been caring for animals his entire life?he grew up on a dairy farm. He later operated a mobile pet-care clinic before establishing Tillema Veterinary Clinic, a brick-and-mortar spot for a variety of pet-care services. Here, he and his staff perform vaccinations, teeth cleanings, and surgeries, as well as less common treatments, such as acupuncture, cold-laser therapy, and home euthanasia. They also help pets lose weight and improve their health without purchasing schnauzer-size ellipticals.