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Open 7 Days A Week
Our Normal Business Hours Include Saturday And Sunday!

Welcome to West Coast Animal Hospital!!
Your Veterinarian in San Diego CA 
Call us at (619) 431-1423

5267 Linda Vista Rd.
San Diego, CA 92110
We're pleased to offer the following services at West Coast Animal Hospital: Popular Routine Procedures
Veterinary Exam $49
Standard Vaccines starting at    $10
Nail Trim starting at    $12
Anal Gland Expression $24
Heartworm Test $28
Fecal Parasite Analysis w/ Giardia Test    $39
Leukemia/Feline AIDS test $49
Appointments Our appointment book is computerized, which allows us to efficiently make appointments for you and your pet. Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Emergencies are accepted anytime our clinic is open. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency. Emergency & Urgent Care We have a veterinarian and personnel on duty seven days a week who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet has. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and several technicians working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such as accidental ingestion of rat poison, trouble breathing, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately. We are also available for urgent care when the condition is not life-threatening. If you feel your pet needs to be seen before you are able to get an appointment, our veterinarians will work to "squeeze" you in between scheduled appointments. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen. Types of Pets Seen
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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM

Veterinary technicians are animal nurses. They are passionate about animal care and are dedicated health care professionals who nurture the health and well-being of animals through specialized knowledge of animal behavior and care, surgical assisting, laboratory testing and nursing procedures. As a veterinary technician, you will typically work under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian doing clinical work. This includes tasks such as performing various medical tests, and treating animals with medical conditions and diseases. By going to school specifically for veterinary nursing, you will be qualified to work closely with veterinarians in the areas of surgery, lab procedures and radiography. Your work options are diverse: you may be in a clinic, at a wild animal park or with a zoo treating domestic or exotic animals. The Veterinary Technician program at Pima Medical Institute includes courses that offer in-depth study in nursing skills, laboratory procedures, equine medicine and nursing, and livestock animals, as well as lab animal and exotic animal medicine. The first sequence of courses will be taught in a hybrid learning system – a unique mix of online and classroom work that will serve as a solid foundation for the rest of your education.

VETERINARY ASSISTANT PROGRAM

A veterinary assistant provides compassionate medical care to all animals and promotes their well-being by performing multiple tasks under the supervision of veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Our training program will teach you how to:
  • Provide preventative healthcare
  • Collect and prepare laboratory samples
  • Assist with small animal nursing
  • Assist with diagnostic imaging
  • Properly communicate with clients
  • Administer medications
  • Assist with surgery
  • Provide pre- and post-operative care
  • Keep medical records
  • Recognize animal behavior norms
  • Sterilize lab and surgical equipment
  • Understand pharmacology
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NEXT STEP SERVICE DOGS  760.438.9190

 www.nextstepservicedogs.org

Providing Service Dogs for Active Military, Veterans, and First Responders with PTSD

OUR MISSION

To renew the life of veterans and first responders through service dog placement, training, and education by mobilizing public and private resources.
 OUR VISION
Next Step Service Dogs (NSSD) supports courageous veterans, active military personnel, and first responders with PTSD, TBI and/or mobility limitations by giving them the tools to take the next steps forward in their lives by assisting in the training of amazing service dogs. NSSD is reducing the surging demand for well-trained and effective service dogs by supporting clients in training their own dogs for service, or by pairing them with suitable donated dogs to train. Additionally, Next Step provides paying jobs and career opportunities to unemployed, or underemployed, veterans; teaching them to train service dogs for other veterans with invisible disabilities. NSSD does not charge for service dogs or their training, and supports each service dog throughout its life.

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          ALLEY CATS MOBILE VETERINARY SERVICES   

                                                           Call Us: (858) 204-1331

   https://alleycatsvet.com/
                                                                                                                                                                               Alley Cats Mobile Veterinary Services is proud to serve North San Diego County and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service. We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own cat, and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible.

Comprehensive Physical Exams

Here at Alley Cats Mobile Veterinary Services, we are proud to offer comprehensive physical examinations for all life stages: kitten, adult, mature, and geriatric cats. It is very important to make sure that your cat has routine complete physical examinations. Our staff will get a chance to talk to you and see if you are having any trouble with your pet. We will also go over diet, preventative medicine, and exercise to ensure that your pet is as healthy as possible. Dr. Marchant will do a complete physical examination on your cat. It is always good to have a baseline in case your cat ever becomes ill. We also want to monitor your cat’s weight, ensuring that he/she stays a healthy weight. It is much easier to start a diet when a cat is a pound overweight instead of fifteen!

Acupuncture & Laser Therapy

Acupuncture More people are looking for homeopathic remedies to solve their health problems. They see results, so many have started looking into the same remedies for their cats. For this reason, we are glad to be able to offer this service to those who are interested. Acupuncture is one of our most commonly asked about treatments. It is quite helpful for cats that are in pain, even helping with cancer pain and osteoarthritis. It can also help our furry friends with a number of other problems including vomiting, endocrine disorders, and much more. Many owners worry their cats will not tolerate acupuncture, but it is simple and usually enjoyable for them. They learn to love the interaction and experience. If you are wondering if acupuncture could help your pets, don’t hesitate to ask your veterinarian. It does not hurt to try it out to see if it will make a difference. Laser Therapy We are always learning new and better ways to treat our patients. We also are dedicated to using the latest veterinary technologies. One way we do this is by providing laser therapy for our patients. Laser therapy is a state-of-the-art alternative therapy to assist with pain and healing. It can be used after surgeries to help increase blood flow to local areas, improving healing. For this same reason, it is also helpful for wound healing. Cold laser therapy can also be used for chronic pain, helping to increase blood flow to those areas. We have also seen great success in using this therapy for patients with kidney failure.

Hospice

Saying goodbye to your cat can be extremely difficult. The process can be emotionally and mentally draining. We don’t want you to be alone at the end stages of your furry friend’s life, and we promise to do everything we can to make it easier on you and your pet. Most of all, we promise to treat each case with compassionate and understanding care. Knowing when the time is right can be a difficult choice. There are many factors that go into deciding to euthanize a cat, and it is a personal issue that differs from pet owner to pet owner. But every pet owner is inevitably faced with making that tough decision, and we want to be there alongside you to aid in any way we can.
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    Open Arms Rescue

    Open Arms Rescue focuses on smaller breed dogs. We are a Non-Profit 501c3 Registered Charity and ALL volunteer based organization. We are based in Imperial Beach, CA but wehave volunteers who foster dogs for us all across San Diego County. We are always looking for more volunteers to help foster a small breed dog. We […]

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    West Coast Animal Hospital

    Open 7 Days A Week Our Normal Business Hours Include Saturday And Sunday! Welcome to West Coast Animal Hospital!!Your Veterinarian in San Diego CA Call us at (619) 431-1423 5267 Linda Vista Rd.San Diego, CA 92110 We’re pleased to offer the following services at West Coast Animal Hospital: Wellness Exams Preventative Care Packages Vaccines Spays and […]

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    SoftSurg

    SoftSurg                                     www.softsurg.com The softer side of surgery…because quality care shouldn’t be hard. Tracy Nicole Frey, DVM            858.333.2687 Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons Compassionate, convenient, board-certified Surgical options for your beloved companion.     Dr. Tracy Nicole Frey was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs and received her […]

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    Pima Medical instiute

    Pima Medical Institute   800-477-PIMA  Veterinary Assistant & Veterinary Technician Training                                                        Check a local Campus for Program Offerings!                         […]

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    Saving Animals & Healing Hearts

    Saving Animals & Healing Heart   www.SAHH4Life.org HOPE IS WHERE THE HEART IS  Sahh4life@gmail.com Rescue, Rehab & Rehoming of Abused & Neglected Animals Saving Animals & Healing Hearts, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization located in Ramona, CA. We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of abused and neglected animals. We rescue horses, donkeys, […]

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    Animal Welfare Foundation

    ANIMAL WELFARE FOUNDATION    619.702.4400 WWW.AWF.Sandiego.org Animal Welfare Foundation helps pets by providing low-cost spay/neuter referrals and financial assistance if the owner can’t afford the costs. In special cases, we can cover the total cost but that is on a case by case basis. We also provide help with surgeries for conditions resulting from not […]

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    NEXT STEP SERVICE DOGS

    NEXT STEP SERVICE DOGS  760.438.9190  www.nextstepservicedogs.org Providing Service Dogs for Active Military, Veterans, and First Responders with PTSD OUR MISSION To renew the life of veterans and first responders through service dog placement, training, and education by mobilizing public and private resources.  OUR VISION Next Step Service Dogs (NSSD) supports courageous veterans, active military personnel, and […]

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      ALLEY CATS MOBILE VETERINARY SERVICES   

              ALLEY CATS MOBILE VETERINARY SERVICES                                                               Call Us: (858) 204-1331    https://alleycatsvet.com/                   […]