Veterinarians in Irvine, CA

Comprehensive list of Irvine, California based veterinary clinics and animal hospitals offering advanced medical diagnostics or pet treatment. Find a veterinarian for your dog, cat or other pet.

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At Irvine Boulevard Animal Hospital we proudly supply services for the care and treatment of Cats and Dogs. Those customers adopting a new family member from the Irvine Animal Care Center, will receive their 1st examination and office visit FREE of charge. Pet Grooming at Diamonds In The Ruff Provides superb full-service grooming and bathing!

The relationship between an owner and his/her pet is always a special, unique relationship. Duplicate the special relationship the owner has with the pet. To assemble the most caring, compassionate and competent staff possible to supply the most up-to-date corrective and preventative veterinary care to each pet and old-fashioned client service to the pet's owners at realistic prices, so that each owner

Our veterinarian supplies superb veterinary care one paw at time. Irvine Valley Animal Hospital, in Irvine, California, supplies superb veterinary care for dogs, cats and birds to reptiles, rodents, and other exotic animals. Nila S. Kelly DVM, welcomes a huge range of animals for everything from general check-ups and vaccinations to surgery with the finest treatment available.

Anne Lai completed her undergraduate education B.A., Biology at Harvard University and received her degree of veterinary medicine from the University of California, Davis. Her professional interests include general surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, and preventive care. She shares her life with three dogs and a cat and enjoys traveling, sports, and music.

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Giardia is a protozoal parasite that commonly affects dogs and less commonly cats. Please be cautious and allow yourself more time to get to your pet's appointment. After a long battle with hyperthyroidism, kidney disease and GI lymphoma, we final.

  • Yes my Boxer is our child! Dr. Mabley, Dr. Andrew & Dr. Peth and staff (Nancy, Jessica,