High quality veterinary services are about more than just caring for your pet's health -- without compassionate service and a universal approach, even quality veterinary care falls short. Families today expect more from their veterinarian than ever before, and we think this is a good thing: We love to serve Anaheim's families, and strive to take a balanced, pet-centered approach that takes your pet's physical and emotional wellness seriously.
Katella Animal Clinic is a small to medium-sized animal vet clinic located in Anaheim, CA. Our focus is on more traditional pets like cats, dogs, reptiles, and birds. We can also care for "pocket pets" depending on the availability of the suitable veterinarian.
You can be assured that our animal hospital can deal with most parasitic and food poisoning incidents, injuries and other emergencies with the most effective and compassionate care. We ask that you call us prior to your arrival so that we can more efficiently take care of your animal. The earlier your pet is tended to, the
more positive will be the outcome.
Part of our commitment to your family is ensuring that your animals receive the greatest possible compassionate veterinary care at our animal hospital. That's why in addition to our services as an emergency animal hospital, we offer standard and advanced medical services like preventative medicine, animal dental care, dermatology, orthopedics, surgery, pain management and internal medicine.
We also offer low cost spaying, neutering, microchip IDs, and vaccinations to protect Anaheim's crowded pet population. We can also declaw cats and dock puppies tails. We provide pet food for specialty diets, whether they are age related or related to specific health problems.
Our animal vet clinic is also fully equipped with the most state of the art animal hospital equipment. Our digital x-ray, ultasound, laser therapy, and in-house diagnostics laboratory are completely "with the times," and our veterinarian and staff are completely up to date on using this technology.
In addition to our medical services, we also offer non-medical services to the families we serve, including pet boarding and a full groom shop. Each groomer is trained in breed standard cuts and less traditional styles. Our groomer can also give you tips on home grooming and dental care, dermatology issues to look out for, and dealing with sore spots resulting from vaccinations.
Here at Katella Animal Clinic, we understand the value of convenience. That is why we offer home office calls and transportation to qualifying families, extended business hours, on-site pet boarding and more. Our animal vet clinic is a full service facility, where all of your pet's needs can be met. We are conveniently located on W. Katella in Anaheim, CA, between Nutwood Drive and Dino Circle. (If you reach Gardenland Shopping Center, you gave gone too far.) We welcome your calls to 714-535-6791 for questions or appointments. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
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