Since 1978, Northridge Animal Medical Center has been keeping furry family members in good health with routine checkups, surgical procedures, and dental care. The team of highly qualified animal experts has amassed a wide range of specialties, from Dr. Frank Marco's focus on skin and ear diseases to Dr. Van Steed's surgical expertise and ability to speak cat. On the holistic end, the center’s animal chiropractic and acupuncture specialists assuage aches and pains to promote long-term health.
There's a world of difference between a hotel and simple room and board. The Pampered Pet Hotel & Spa, therefore, seeks to replicate the former experience for beloved pets. Created as a sanctuary where families could leave pets for a brief period or entire vacations, the facility hosts dogs of all sizes in daycare areas complete with toys and sociable buddies. At night, hotel guests retire to rooms equipped with beds, sound systems for ambient noise, and, in some cases, TVs that soothe or entertain anxious animals. All of these rooms can be monitored online via web cam by owners who think they may have glimpsed Ginger on a crowded piazza in Venice. Spa visits can also be scheduled for dogs in need of grooming, which can range from a bath and blow-dry to a complete package featuring teeth brushing and a fashionable bow or bandanna.
Dr. Shawn Matian has what it takes to make people smile. A specialist in cosmetic dentistry, he provides patients with the most up-to-date treatment options possible, including the Cerec one-day crown production system and ultra-thin porcelain Veneers and Invisalign aligners that straighten teeth without metal. This devotion to the cutting-edge extends to his brand-new facility, which features patient rooms equipped with overhead monitors complete with Netflix and noise-canceling headphones as well as a state-of-the-art sterilization center that exceeds all CDC requirements. He helms his office with a holistic approach that forbids the use of mercury and aims to limit certain substances known to cause allergies, including nickel, certain bonding materials, and retainers molded from bee pollen. In addition to avoiding toxic materials whenever possible, Dr. Matian also takes the time to educate his patients on how their lifestyle choices affect their dental health and to explain how proper nutrition can help prevent the onset of degenerative dental disease.