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Santa Clarita Emergency Veterinarian Provides
Pet Care 24/7
We are a full-service animal hospital that is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. We are proud to be a truly full service facility, with pet care services including surgeries of all types, ultrasound, video endoscopy, on-site diagnostic labs, laser therapy, wound healing therapy, blood transfusions, and pain management. We have a pet intensive care unit here on site as well, so you can rest assured that no matter what your pet's condition is, we have the facilities and the experienced professionals to help.
Dog and Cat Veterinary Care for Routine and Urgent Matters Available at Our Emergency Animal Hospital
Our Santa Clarita veterinarians and technicians are available 24-hours a day. Our staff has several years of education and training and is prepared to provide any sort of veterinary care that your pet may require. Our emergency animal hospital has a staff member in residence at all times to care for dog and cat patients and to handle emergencies as they arise. We are happy to provide dog and cat care advice over the phone, and this will also allow us to prepare our facility for your pet's arrival should you need to bring the pet here for urgent care.
Valencia Veterinary Center is more than simply an emergency animal hospital, since we also offer pet wellness programs for dog and cat and puppy and kitten patients. We believe that preventive care programs are essential in helping pets live long and healthy lives. We promote yearly exams including blood panels to help determine and predict any possible health problems before they surface. Additionally, we perform pet spay and neuter surgeries, pet dental procedures, and puppy and kitten vaccinations. These type of services fall into the non-urgent category, but they are just as important as the urgent care that we do.
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