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Happy Pets Veterinary Center

27550 Newhall Ranch Rd.
Valencia, CA 91355
(661) 295-9972
(888) 769-1013 Fax

info@happypetsveterinary.com

On the corner of Newhall Ranch Rd. and Dickason Dr./Ave. Tibbits,
just across from Eggs n' Things

Hours

Monday 9am - 8pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9pm - 8 pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 9am - 1pm

Se Habla Español



Diagnostic Services

Ultrasound:

We work with Vet Image, an ultrasound company who will come to the clinic to provide ultrasound scans for patients when needed. We schedule this as a drop-off appointment, arranged ahead of time on a day that is convenient for both the owner as well as the veterinary ultrasonographer. Organ systems most commonly ultrasounded include the abdomen, heart (echocardiogram), and scans to check for viable pregnancy.

Digital X-ray:

With digital x-rays we are able to obtain higher quality images than with traditional film as well as faster results. Additionally we now have the ability for owners to take a copy of the images home on a CD.

In-house Lab:

As a small animal private practice we have a limited in-house laboratory in which we can run certain blood work panels including General Health scans, CBC (complete blood cell count), Urine dipstick, and ear and skin cytology (examination of swabbed samples under the microscope of the ear or skin, looking for bacteria, yeast, fungus or abnormal cells).

Outside Lab:

For more specialized testing such as therapeutic drug monitoring, senior wellness panels, urinalysis and urine cultures, fecal testing, cytology (see definition above) and histopathology (examination of individual, thinly sliced tissue samples under a microscope to diagnose certain skin conditions or cancerous masses), and radiographic consults with specialists.

Vaccine Information:

Titer Testing: We currently are able to test vaccine titers for canine and feline Rabies, Feline Panleukopenia and Canine Distemper/Parvo. Testing titers requires a blood sample taken from the pet and results are received in a few days.

Vaccine clinic: Wednesdays 9 – 12 p.m. The pet must have had a physical examination with the veterinarian within the last year in order to participate in the vaccine clinic. If the pet is in need of an annual physical, then he/she will be seen by the doctor for an examination and will still be eligible for vaccine clinic pricing that day.

Puppy and Kitten Vaccination Protocol: Just like human babies, puppies and kittens need vaccines in order to be protected from diseases. Once they are 6 weeks old, the mother’s antibodies have degraded to a point where they are no longer protective to the pup or kitten and they then need to be vaccinated in order to stay protected from disease. Please visit our Vaccine Information link for more info.

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