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Because They Aren't Just Pets, They Are Your Companions!

Come See Your Vet, 7 Days a Week.

We offer a complete range of both non-emergency, and emergency vet services.

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The Cat's Meow,
A Feline Blog.

Ever wonder what the vet is like from the eyes of your pet?

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Owning a pet can be tricky, but we've got plenty of answers for you in our learning center.

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Our ultimate goal is to give our customers and their pets the best experience we can provide.

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Monthly Promotions

Stay tuned for upcoming promotions!

At Alta Vista Animal Hospital, we offer several special promotions throughout the year.


February is Dental Month! (NOW extended to March)

For the entire month of February, receive 20% off dental cleaning which includes dental scaling and polishing!

Periodontal disease is the most common disease in cats and dogs. This disease attacks the gums and the supporting tissues of teeth. It can lead to foul breath, inflamed gums, tartar build up, poor appetite, drooling and can result in heart and kidney disease . The key is prevention of plaque build up which is why dental cleaning is a vital part of keeping a happy healthy pet!

Call or email us to make an appointment as space is limited!




May is flea prevention month!

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Flea infestations can be extremely difficult to control due to their life cycle and rapid reproduction. A flea can lay up to 40 eggs  and can bite an animal up to 400 times per day. Their eggs can roll off a dog or cats coat and leave eggs in carpeted areas, around the house, car and yard. They are most prevalent in wooded areas, shrubbery and from urban wildlife. 

Ticks, although less common than fleas, can pose multiple health issues. Ticks attach themselves to the skin of the animal  in order to gain nutrients from the blood. Once attached, they can bury themselves deeper into the epidermis making them difficult to remove. The commonly-known serious disease associated with ticks is Lyme disease but they can also be carriers for Ehrlichiosis (bacterial infection) and Tularemia ( infectious bacterial disease). 

By keeping your pet on a flea/tick prevention plan, these scenarios can be avoided. We can help you pick the right medication for your lifestyle to keep your pet bug-free.

Contact us for more information on how to keep your pet safe from creepy crawlers!

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