Compassionate pet care everyday
at OC Veterinary Medical Center.
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Monday 7am – 6pm Tuesday 7am – 6pm Wednesday 7am – 6pm Thursday 7am – 6pm Friday 7am – 6pm Saturday 7am – 3pm Sunday 7am – 3pm
Our new state of the art animal hospital was founded here in Orange in February 2012 with the goal of providing top quality medicine, comfort for our patients, and using technology to help educate pet owners so they are an active participant in their pet’s health care plan. Beyond preventative health, we also have a veterinary surgical specialist, cardiologist, and radiologists who assist us in patient care. Our fully digitized veterinary hospital allows us to get lab work results within minutes and allow us to share information easily with specialists in the county. Our doctors have been practicing for years in Orange County and know the unique needs of pets in our area.
Orange County cat owners have no doubt heard about people having allergies to cats, but there is also such a thing as cats having allergies. There are three main categories of allergies for cats. There are flea allergies, environmental allergies, and food allergies. To determine what if any allergies your kitty may have you will […]
Orange County dog owners are often faced with the dilemma of how to manage their dogs when they are not there to supervise. There are outdoor fenced kennels, crates, and indoor play yard. The size of the dog, their age, weather conditions, and more all affect this type of decision. It is important to note […]
Canine Influenza: an emerging disease on the rise Canine Influenza is a systemic viral infection which primarily causes upper respiratory symptoms similar to “kennel cough”, but can be much more serious. 10% of infected dogs can go on to develop a potentially life-threatening pneumonia. There are several factors that make this disease even more serious. […]