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Village Park Animal Hospital strives daily to partner with our clients to provide personalized veterinary care. Our services include detailed medicine, surgery and rehabilitation, as well as upscale suite style boarding and compassionate, experienced grooming. As La Quinta’s only boutique veterinary practice, our goal is to not just meet, but exceed your expectations in caring for your cat, dog, or exotic pet
Dr. Kathryn Carlson
La Quinta Veterinarian | Village Park Animal Hospital | 760-564-3833
51230 Eisenhower Dr
La Quinta, CA 92253
I have never been to a more caring and loving animal hospital in my life. The staff is wonderful. The vet techs loved on and treated my dog like he was their own. The Dr.’s have an amazing line of communication and kept in touch with both my husband and I before, during and after our dogs surgery. They really do treat your pet as if it were their own, and not just another patient number or dollar sign. To see the genuine love and comfort they offered my dog and the others who were there, made my heart content knowing
what good hands he was in. I can’t recommend this place enough. Everyone from the receptionists at the front to the whole team in the back is outstanding. Thank you, Village Park Animal Hospital, for all that you did for us and Sampson, and what you do everyday for all your lucky fur
- Lisa & Martin S. | Palm Desert, CA
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