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How do I make an appointment?

Our reception staff is available

Monday to Friday             8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Saturdays                           8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Call (909) 980-3575 to make an appointment with us for immediate service.

To schedule an online appointment 3 days or more from now click here

What are your requirements for boarding?

We offer doctor supervised boarding for dogs and cats year round.  Pets must have proof of immunization by a veterinarian in order to board with us.  A brief, no-cost pre-boarding evaluation is required to make certain that your pet is comfortable in our environment.

Click here to view frequently asked questions about our boarding policies  or call us at 909-980-3575 for additional information.

Where are you located?

We are  located at 8677 19th Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA  91701.

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What are your Office & Vaccination Hours?

Click here for our office hours and Vaccine Clinic hours.

We offer Vaccine Clinics for our current clients, who have had an examination by our veterinarians within the past 12 months. 

During these clinics, patients may receive any of the following services on a first-come, first-serve basis:

  • Vaccinations
  • Stool Exams for Internal Parasites
  • Nail Trims
  • Microchip Implantation
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Anal Gland Expression

How do I contact you?

Click here for our contact information or call us at 909-980-3575.

Where can I find out more about my pet’s condition?

We have a large number of informational handouts available to you to get more information about your pets condition.

Click here to go to our information library.

Do you offer financing?

We offer financing through Care Credit.  They offer  6-month, interest free financing on approval of your credit.

Click here to view our financing options.

Which species of animals do you treat?

We treat dogs, cats, birds, and most pocket pets (mice, rats, gerbils, rabbits, chinchilla, etc).