Experienced doctors offering hospitalization, advanced testing, surgical procedures and top of the line equipment to care for your pet’s needs.
 
Contact us now online or by phone at (818) 880-0888 with questions or to schedule any of the services we offer.

Abdominal Surgery

Our trained veterinarians are experienced in abdominal surgeries including routine spays, gastrointestinal surgeries, and cystotomy (bladder surgery).

Anesthesia

Our trained and experienced staff is ready with quality anesthetic protocols to keep your pet healthy while under anesthesia. Our protocols include appropriate pain management, antibiotic treatment, blood pressure support, fluid support, oxygen support, intravenous and inhaled anesthetics, warming devices, and specialized monitoring.

Pet Dental Care

You care for your pets like family. But did you know you that caring for your pets’ teeth is just as important as caring for your own? Calabasas Animal Clinic offers a range of veterinary dental services designed to prevent periodontal disease and promote your pets’ long-term oral health. Read More>

Digital Radiology & Diagnostic Imaging

Calabasas Animal Clinic has a trained and experience staff, ready to deliver quality radiography for your pets. At Calabasas Animal Clinic, we have a state of the art digital radiology (x-ray) unit. We offer advanced digital radiology (x-ray) to quickly, efficiently, and correctly diagnose certain disorders occurring within your pet’s chest cavity, abdomen, spine, or long bones. In addition, we offer access to board-certified specialists to offer second opinions within the hour! Please call us today to schedule an appointment to see if diagnostic imaging may best diagnose your pet’s condition: (818) 880-0888

DNA Breed Testing

If you are wondering what breed your mutt is or wondering if your pure-breed may have a little extra genetic support, contact our office to schedule a DNA breed testing.

Ear Scope

Ear infections are a common problem that can affect our furry friends. If your pet is experiencing pain around the head, is shaking his/her head, or scratching at the ears, please schedule an appointment to determine if an ear infection or foreign body is present, what kind of infection may be present, and how best to treat.

Echocardiography

Echocardiogram, or ultrasound of the heart, can be an invaluable tool to determine if your pet’s heart is functioning properly or if medications may alleviate some stress and strain on your pet’s ailing heart to ensure your pet lives the longest and most comfortable life span possible. 

EKG

EKG, or electrocardiogram, or ECG, is a test designed to analyze your pet’s heart conduction and may detect an underlying heart dysfunction, or arrhythmia. Call today to schedule time to test your pet’s heart conduction: (818) 880-0888

Emergency Care

In the unfortunate event of a medical emergency in your dog or cat, Calabasas Animal Clinic offers emergency diagnotic and treatment options during regular office hours. Read More>

Home Pick Up & Drop Off

Travelling with pets can be difficult. Our staff offers safe and convenient home pickup and drop-off services for your pet. Call today for details or to schedule an appointment: (818) 880-0888

Hospitalization

Our qualified staff is available to medicate and treat your pet if required. This may include intravenous fluid administration, administering injectable medications, and providing up to date monitoring, diagnostics and tailored treatment plans to treat your family member.

Internal Medicine

Our caring and experienced professionals are trained to properly diagnose and treat medical health ailments. If your pet is experiencing symptoms ranging from, for example, severe or chronic diarrhea, to drinking more water than normal, to just not doing quite right, our staff is equipped to guide you through the diagnostic and treatment process to get to the bottom of your pet’s condition as well as offer assistance to best treat any condition your pet may have.

Isolation Ward

We offer an isolated treatment ward and follow strict techniques to contain potentially infectious diseases from spreading in our population as well as in the general population. If you think your pet requires treatment for a potentially infectious disease, please call to discuss: (818) 880-0888

In-House Laboratory

Here at Calabasas Animal Clinic, we have the ability to quickly analyze bloodwork (chemistry panel, complete blood counts) and urinalysis to quickly and efficiently diagnose and treat your pet. We also have an in-house laboratory to diagnose skin mites, ear infections, and intestinal parasites.

OFA X-Ray

The OFA, or Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, is a non-profit group that aims to research and prevent orthopedic and hereditary diseases in companion animals. If you are interested in breeding your pet and want assurance that you are doing the right thing for the health of the breed, you should perform radiographs, or x-rays of your animal to ensure the best quality joint conformation prior to breeding. We at Calabasas Animal Clinic promote healthy and responsible breeding programs. If you think that OFA certification could help your breeding program, please call today for an appointment: (818) 880-0888

Opthalmology

Diseases of the eye may affect our furry companions. If your pet is experiencing any discharge, swelling, squinting, excessive tearing, or is pawing at the eye, this may indicate a serious problem that may affect his long term vision.

Oxygen & Transfusion Therapy

At Calabasas Animal Clinic, we offer oxygen therapy and delivery systems, which could potentially be life-saving if your pet is experiencing trouble oxygenating his/her tissues. We also have blood donor animals on stand-by to deliver fresh whole blood transfusion if required.

Pharmacy

For your convenience, we offer competitively-priced pharmaceuticals to treat your pet. These include the latest in flea and tick control and heartworm preventative medications as well as other prescriptions recommended by our veterinarians including the most effective topical shampoos, sprays, wipes, oral medications, and supplements.

Spays & Neuters

One of the most common surgeries performed in companion animals in this country are spays and neuters. Even though this surgery may be considered routine, there is still a degree of risk in performing any anesthetic procedure and surgery. Read More>

Surgery & Soft-Tissue Surgery

No matter what type of pet you have, you probably consider him or her to be a member of your family. So if your beloved pet needs surgery, it’s important to find a professional who can provide the care your pet deserves and the compassionate attitude that puts you at ease. Read More>

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a non-invasive way to visualize internal structures of the body.  Ultrasound may be beneficial to detect a number of ailments that may be occurring inside your furry friend.