***We will be CLOSED on Saturday March 17th for staff training. We apologize for the inconvenience.
In the middle of sprawling Los Angeles, CA is the oasis for animal care: Hancock Park Veterinary Clinic. Our experienced, skilled and compassionate veterinarian staff, and our warm, efficient and caring office staff make you feel welcomed the minute you walk in the door of our animal hospital. In addition, we are a full-service clinic offering preventative and wellness care, surgery, acupuncture, routine medical care and more. Here’s just a few of the many things to love about us!
When you entrust your pet with us, we take it very seriously. Everything we do is committed to ensuring your pet lives a long, happy, and healthy life. Our number one goal is to prevent illnesses and injuries through a comprehensive wellness and preventative plan, but when the need arises, we have an expert emergency care team and veterinarian right here. We are also dedicated to making sure our pet senior citizens are well cared for and comfortable as they move into their twilight years.
When we say full-service, we really mean it. In addition to dogs and cats, we also treat small mammals including hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, mice, rats, ferrets and chinchillas, and we welcome all avian patients.
A vital ingredient in the Wellness Program is the vaccination. We are firm believers that vaccinated pets are protected pets and will go on to live longer and healthier lives.
In addition to Wellness Care, our routine services include caring for animals who are sick, parasite treatment and prevention, spaying and neutering, and anything else having to do with taking good care of pets in LA.
The importance of proper pet dental care has been underestimated for way too long. We do not, nor have we ever, undervalued the tremendous impact good dental care has on pets’ health. We recommend a yearly dental examination and cleaning for all our dog and cat patients.
At our Los Angeles animal hospital, we perform surgeries for common issues that affect pets. In addition to spay and neutering, we surgically treat broken bones and torn muscles, remove lumps and tumors, and perform emergency surgery after an accident or injury.
There is so much more to love about us that the only way to find it all out is to call us, come in, and experience the competence and caring that pervades every inch of our Los Angeles animal hospital.
Please come experience our ‘small town’ for yourself by contacting us at:
Hancock Park Veterinary Clinic
5178 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
*By appointment only*
We are closed on Tuesdays between 12pm-3:30 pm for staff meetings.
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