What We Do: General Practice Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
Rancho Santa Fe Veterinary Hospital is a full service small animal veterinary hospital that offers a full array of treatments, medical and surgical procedures, preventive care packages, and specialized pet-care products for cats and dogs. Our focus is on delivering high-quality medicine, all the time.
Who We Serve: Dogs, Cats, Exotics
Our doctors have many years of combined experience dealing with dogs and cats, which happen to be the primary patients we see. We can provide basic services such as nail trims for birds, rats and guinea pigs. We can also perform beak and wing trims for birds.
What We Have: Specialized Equipment
Our facility has some of the most advanced equipment available to veterinarians today, including:
- GE Logiq 5 Ultrasound, adapted for animals
- Eklin digital radiography system
- Digital dental radiography
- Dental ultrasonic scaler
Services We Offer
Below is a summary of some of the services we offer.
- Internal medicine
- In-house laboratory
- Hematology/blood work
- Blood chemistries
- Fecal analysis
- Digital radiology
- Preventative medicine
- Pain management
- Complete anesthetic monitoring
- Nutritional advice
We Even Make Housecalls!
We maintain a full veterinary pharmacy. For rarely utilized pharmaceuticals, we can usually place special orders for next-day receipt, at no extra cost. Or, for drugs that are also sold to people, we can call in prescriptions to human-based pharmacies, such as Vons, CVS, or Costco. Customers seeking a prescription to be filled at a non-human based veterinary pharmacy can either request to have the script mailed, faxed, or emailed to them.
While we keep on-hand the nearly full range of Hill’s prescription diets, we also carry some diets from Purina, Iams, and Royal Canin.
Flea, Tick, Heartworm Treatments and Preventatives
Because of the constant threat of fleas, ticks, and heartworms in our area, we carry the following preventives:
- Frontline Plus
- Seresto Collar
- Comfortis (cats)
- Heartgard Plus
Please consult with the doctor to determine which preventives are most appropriate for your pet.