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An animal doctor plays a key role in the safety and health of your pets. By working with a professional veterinarian in Los Angeles, you have the opportunity to focus on the needs of a beloved family pet. At Hancock Park Veterinary Clinic, we have offered professional services in Los Angeles for five years and we strive to provide appropriate preventative care to keep your pets as healthy and active as possible throughout their lives.
Dr. White is a professional veterinarian with an interest in providing appropriate preventative care to a variety of pets. She has worked with birds, dogs, cats and other small pets that individuals bring into their home. She also has training to help with exotic pets and can provide appropriate care to any pet that joins your family.
Although Dr. White practices in Los Angeles, she started her training as an animal doctor in Florida and completed a graduate degree in Tennessee. Her experience interning with exotic animals as well as her externship working with birds allows her to handle a variety of situations and emergencies that can arise.
At Hancock Park Veterinary Clinic, we offer several services to help keep your pets healthy and active. We take a preventative approach to the health of your pets and strive to provide appropriate care based on the needs of the specific animal.
Our services include:
We recognize the importance of preventative care when it relates to the health of your pets. When you bring a pet to an animal hospital, you expect appropriate care based on the situation and your personal concerns.
Although certain situations need assistance from a medical professional, we recognize that pet owners face a variety of situations that seem confusing or complicated. As a general rule, you want to seek professional veterinary care for a pet in any emergency situation. For example, if a pet is bitten by another animal or injured in an accident, then seek immediate medical attention.
We recommend regular visits and exams to check for potential health concerns. We also suggest regular visits for dental health check-ups and treatments to maintain the health of a pet's teeth and gums. In the first few months of life, we recommend treatment plans based on the needs of the pet. After a pet has all of the appropriate vaccinations and treatments, we recommend an annual exam for basic health check-ups and appropriate booster shots.
When you want to encourage good health for your pets, working with a professional veterinarian gives you peace of mind. For more details about the services and treatments we offer, contact us today.