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Coronado Veterinary Hospital is a full service companion animal hospital located in Coronado, CA. We also proudly serve Imperial Beach, Downtown San Diego, Little Italy, Banker's Hill & surrounding areas. At our clinic, our goal is to provide the highest quality veterinary medical care to your companion animals in a setting that is friendly and relaxed. We want to be your Coronado veterinarian throughout your pet's life.
At Coronado Veterinary Hospital, we offer a facility that uses the latest technology to help improve our pet's health and wellness. We have designed our services in order to provide routine and preventive care for your pet from his or her earliest days, helping to prevent the development of disease throughout the pet's lifetime. As a full service animal hospital, we are able to provide all medical and surgical care your pet may need from the first day you bring him home to the end of his life. Our Coronado veterinarian team takes the health of your pets seriously, so you will always have a caring doctor on hand to help your pet when health problems occur.
At Coronado Veterinary Hospital, we offer all of the services you would expect from a vet and animal hospital, as well as some services of an emergency animal hospital. If your pet is injured or becomes ill during the night or weekend, we refer our patients to Veterinary Specialty Hospital. We also provide pet dental services, such as dental xrays, so you can care for all aspects of your pet's health, including dental health. To ensure comprehensive care throughout life, we have a well-stocked pharmacy on site, an online pharmacy, in-house labs, ultrasound and x-ray capabilities, and an in-hospital surgery suite. We can even provide boarding for your pet complete when you are on vacation.
Our veterinary clinic has been serving the people of Coronado, San Diego, and the Imperial Beach areas for over 70 years. While doctors have come and gone during that time, what has not changed is the dedication of our staff. We continue to provide our pet owners with sound advice about their animals' health, as well as compassionate veterinary care, helping your pet to enjoy his maximum number of years as your faithful companion.
At Coronado Veterinary Hospital, we treasure our patients and their owners. Our goal is to be your life-long source of veterinary care, providing compassionate, expert care to our patients. We will take the time to get to know you and respect your unique concerns, so you can enjoy a happy, healthy pet. We will treat your pets like the valued family members they are every time you walk through the door of our veterinary clinic. If you are ready to make Coronado Veterinary Hospital your vet, give us a call at (619) 435-6281 to schedule your first appointment.
At Coronado Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
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