I love the attention we get at Moore Veterinary Care. It goes far beyond a diagnosis. We learn about the medical facts behind a condition (admittedly, some of it goes over our heads), but then we get the understanding of how it manifests, and what we can do to help our beloved pet.
Dr. Moore was the first Vet near us that takes care of reptiles, she has see our adopted geckos, snake and bearded dragon, she takes the time to share her knowledge and is a positive role model for my daughter, her staff is kind and professional. The office is small, and cozy, but offers parking and lots of outside space.
We visited this clinic when our guinea pig fell ill. She is better now, thanks to them. They were courteous and showed genuine concern for us. Dr. Moore is very knowledgable with guinea pigs and treated her as if she were her own. The clinic was clean. Every time I've called they ask about how she is doing. We are so grateful for having found this clinic, because veterinarians who not only see guinea pigs, but who are also knowledgable and comfortable with them are hard to find. Thank you!
Great vet, kind person, knowledgeable and helpful staff. I trust Dr. Moore with my pets!
This place is amazing. They helped my bearded dragon who was super dear to me. He passed away about a year later due to a disease that couldn't be cured, but he lived a great life and if it wasn't for this office, his life would have ended way before he was ready. I appreciate the doctor and the staff that helped out my baby. Cause even though he was tiny, he was still a life that mattered and this staff showed it.
While Moore Veterinary Care began as a house call practice in 1985, the need to offer surgeries, radiology, and hospitalization of sick patients led to converting a small house into Moore Veterinary Clinic at 853 E. Main St. in historic downtown Ventura, CA. While wishing to create a calm, homelike feel for our patients and clients, we nonetheless strive to provide current, proficient care and equipment. From physical exams, full diagnostic laboratory, dentistry with digital radiology available, surgery, treatments, pharmaceuticals, digital radiology, k-laser, cryoalfa, ECG and other medical procedures, we offer a variety of care based on our desire to help your pet live a long, healthy life.
To help insure a positive, rewarding visit for your pet, please feel free to bring their favorite treats or toys with them so we may engage and reward them!
Whether it is a dog, cat, bird, rabbit, reptile or other exotic, treatment options are offered so that the owner may choose what best fits their emotional and economic needs. Our lifelong love of animals motivates us to keep abreast of the latest in Veterinary Medicine. We now offer K-Lasering, a new and exciting way to treat a variety of medical and orthopedic issues that vastly increases healing and decreases pain. Both Chinese and Western Herbs are also available as a treatment option!
We understand that your friend is more than just an “animal”- your pet is part of your family, and we are committed to providing them with the quality care you expect- and they deserve. Whether your pet walks, swims, flies, or slithers, they are very important, and we are honored when you entrust us with their care.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
If you have an emergency during business hours, please call us as soon as you can.
VENTURA: Contact Horizon Veterinary Hospital at 805-856-0290
VENTURA: Contact V.M.S.G. at 805-339-2290
THOUSAND OAKS: Contact V.S.E.C. at 805-492-2436
SANTA BARBARA: Contact Advanced Veterinary Specialists at 805-729-4460
Moore Veterinary Care offers a wide range of veterinary services for pets in the following areas:
If you’re ready to see our expert veterinary team in Ventura, call Moore Veterinary Care today at 805-643-4838 or make an appointment now.
March is Pet Poison Prevention Month. Many pet parents are surprised by the number of seemingly harmless items around the house that can cause serious injury or death for cats and dogs. To help you march through this spring and into the rest of the year with a safer home for your animal companions, here are the most common and dangerous household poisons to keep away from your pets.
Your pet is part of the family and you naturally care about her safety. You also want to include her in family activities whenever possible over the carefree days of summer. By keeping the following safety tips in mind, your entire family can have a summer to remember.
Acute moist dermatitis, more commonly known as hot spots, occurs due to a bacterial infection on your pet’s skin. Your dog or cat will naturally bite, chew, lick or scratch his skin in response to an irritant. Unfortunately for your pet, this tends to increase rather than decrease his discomfort. Anal gland disease, allergies to fleas or food ingredients, mange, tick bites, and inadequate grooming are the primary causes of hot spots in companion animals.
Whether it is a dog, cat, bird, rabbit, reptile or other exotic, treatment options are offered so that the owner may choose what best fits their needs.