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Welcome to Laguna Beach Animal Hospital,
your Laguna Beach veterinarian.
Call us today at 949-494-9721 !
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From the moment you enter Laguna Beach Animal Hospital you will know your pet is going to receive the best care possible. We are a full service animal hospital serving Laguna Beach and many of the surrounding areas providing general care and emergency services as well. Whether your pet needs vaccinations, boarding, spay or neutering, dentistry or day to day preventative medicine, we can help! Our team of professionals at the Laguna veterinary hospital are skilled at providing emergency services with the utmost care and ready to respond quickly and competently.
Services and Treatments at Laguna Beach Animal Hospital
If you are looking for a convenient Laguna vet close to home then you have come to the right place. Laguna Beach Animal Hospital has been in business since 1981 and services Laguna Beach, Newport Coast, Corona Del Mar and Aliso Veijo. We welcome new patients and pride ourselves in going the extra mile for you and your pets with same day appointments.
One of our Laguna veterinarians is waiting to serve you from our qualified staff, which includes Dr. James A Levin D.V.M., Dr. Jennifer Self D.V.M. and Dr. Lara Alkofer D.V.M. New customers are encouraged to visit our Web Promotions page to find coupons good for a Free physical exam for a dog or cat to make sure everybody is healthy and happy. This will give you and your pet a chance to meet with a professional, courteous Laguna vet and get to know us so we can learn a bit about your needs as well.
Laguna Beach Animal Hospital works to make Laguna veterinarian services highly accessible and easy to use. You can either Request an Appointment online or give us a call at (949) 494-9721 for a same day appointment. No need to put off shots or a much needed checkup when you can call us and get your pet in the same day!
At our Laguna animal hospital, we understand that dogs and cats might not get along which can make for a tense waiting room. For your convenience and your pets peace of mind we have separate waiting rooms for dogs and cats so everybody is happy. The Laguna veterinary hospital is also aware of how demanding jobs and crazy schedules can be and that is why we provide early drop- offs and late pick-ups in addition to Sunday pick-ups.
Our veterinary hospital is conveniently located at 460 Forest Avenue in Laguna Beach. Call or come and visit our website to learn how a kind and caring veterinarian from our friendly staff can help you today.
Remember, at Laguna Beach Animal Hospital, your pets are our family!
Dr. James Levin
Laguna Beach Veterinarian | Laguna Beach Animal Hospital | 949-494-9721
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