Heartworm disease is a severe condition commonly found in dogs, ferrets, and cats. It can lead to a range of serious potentially deadly conditions such as severe lung disease, heart failure, and damage to other organs in a pet's body. In this blog, our Los Angeles vets shed light on this serious disease and explain the importance of prevention.
Daytime Emergency Veterinary Care
Trust our experienced veterinary team at Washington Dog and Cat Hospital to provide unprecedented emergency care in your pet's time of need.
Core Care Vet Services in Los Angeles
Our team offers all the core veterinary services your pet needs to stay healthy, from preventive vaccination and routine exams to dental care, surgery and dermatology.
Compassionate and Friendly Care
Over the last 50 years, our Los Angeles vets have developed a reputation for not only high quality service but the exceptional level of personal care they put into every interaction with their patients.
Welcome to Our Los Angeles Veterinary Center
Washington Dog and Cat Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.
From preventive care and surgery to cold laser therapy, our diverse range of services can meet all of your pet’s health needs in one place.
We care for Los Angeles’s companion animals and have developed a reputation over the last 50 years for quality, professional care with a friendly touch.
Whether you are bringing your pet in to see us for the first time, or have been depending on our veterinary team for years, we will always treat your beloved pet like family.
Our trained vets are here to provide your pet with any of the preventive or life-saving surgeries they require.
When the unexpected happens, count on our highly trained and compassionate staff to give your pet the care they need.
Learn about the importance of proper dental care for your pet and how our vets can help you maintain their oral health.
Our Dedicated Team
Our Los Angeles veterinarians take pride in providing quality care, so your best friend is always looking and feeling their best.
Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional service and the highest quality of care in a warm and friendly environment. Our Los Angeles animal hospital is equipped with technology that allows our team to provide the quality service your pet requires.
My experience with the vets and their care and respect for my cat has been nothing but impressive. The job of a veterinarian cannot be easy having to share difficult news with pet owners about their loved ones, but they do this with professionalism and genuine care for your pet. They also surprised me with a follow-up call to see how my cat was healing. I cannot thank them enough.
Prevention is the key to maintaining lifelong health and well-being. Proper immunization not only protects your pet, but it can also protect you too.
Veterinary internal medicine involves treating diseases and disorders of animals' internal systems.
Routine exams allow our vets to track your pet's overall health and catch early signs of disease before they grow out of control.
A diverse range of treatments can benefit your pet while they are healing. We are proud to offer cold laser therapy to help boost your pets' natural healing process.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
If you're looking for advice on how to keep your pet living a happy and healthy life, look no further. Our informative blogs share advice and tips straight from our Los Angeles veterinarians on topics like parasite prevention and common illnesses to keep you informed about your pets' needs.
Annual veterinary fecal exams are the best way to protect your pets and family from intestinal parasites. Here, our Los Angeles vets discuss the importance of your pet's yearly fecal exams and how they can prevent the spread of intestinal parasites.
Out of all of the external parasites that can affect your pet's health fleas are the most common. If you don't have your pet's fleas treated early they can cause infections and serious diseases. Here, our vets in Los Angeles discuss the signs of fleas and how you can treat or prevent them.