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We See Avians, Reptiles and Exotics too!

853 E Main Street
Ventura, CA 93001
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If this is an emergency, please call us at (805) 643-4838. You will receive confirmation from our staff within 48 hours of your appointment time and date. Thank you.

OUR ADDRESS

853 E Main St.,
Ventura, California, 93001

Get in touch

Phone: (805) 643-4838

After Hours Emergencies

If you have an emergency during business hours, please call us as soon as you can.

In case of an emergency after hours

Dogs/Cats:

VENTURA: Contact V.M.S.G. at 805-339-2290
VENTURA: Contact Horizon at 805-856-0290
THOUSAND OAKS: Contact V.S.E.C. at 805-492-2436
SANTA BARBARA: Contact V.C.A. at 805-899-2273

Exotics:

CULVER CITY for Exotics: Contact ACCESS at 310-558-6100
THOUSAND OAKS for Exotics: Contact Conejo Valley Animal Hospital at 805-495-4671

Recent Blog Posts

Feline Fine - 5 habits that positively impact the health of your cat

Cats are wonderful pets; in fact, over 25% of US households share their home with a feline companion, according to the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). They’re cute, cuddly, comical, and provide delightful companionship! But there are some things you will want to keep in mind to keep your cat's health in tip-top shape. Since August 22 is National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day, we're sharing 5 habits that positively impact the health of your cat!

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5 Tips to Help Your Pet Adjust to Your Back to Work Schedule

It's back to work for many of us that were working from home. But what does it mean for our pets? Amidst the pandemic, our pets became accustomed to us being home for them nearly 24/7. This can make for a ruff transition for pets and their people, leading to increased cases of separation anxiety, behavior issues, and just general boredom for pets. We want to give you five tips on how to make the adjustment process easier.

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Booms, Zooms, and Commotion-Free Rooms

As summer approaches, so do the booms, blasts, and excitement that come along with this commotion-filled season. From thunderstorms to the Fourth of July, pets experience an array of experiences that can bring out their anxiety. Preparing for the noise, hustle and bustle, and celebrations can reduce your pet’s stress and prevent young pets from trauma that could lead to life-long fears. Unsure how you can prep for booms and blasts? Here are our top tips for helping your pet through the summer celebrations and downpours.

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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.

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