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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.
Here is what Kit’s family had to say about her:
“Kit was born February 13, 2005 as near as we can figure. We rescued her through the California West Highland White Terrier Club on Mothers day weekend, May 2008. The name she had was “Kitten” but she was a dog after all so we shortened it to, Kit. She had a hard life before us with very bad teeth and Giardia intestinal parasite but everything was been corrected and she is a sweetheart, alpha female.
While she was in the hospital recently for eating a peach pit everything was VERY quiet at our house but now she is back to normal and walking ½ mile daily, playing king of the mountain on her floor pillow (she will always win) and sitting on the top step of the swimming pool when she feels it is too hot.
I would recommend that ALL animals have pet insurance, it will pay you back in MANY ways. I have Embrace pet insurance for Kit and it covered 90% of this expensive ordeal with just had with our curious Kit.”
~ Kit's family
Dr. Kathryn Carlson
La Quinta Veterinarian | Village Park Animal Hospital | 760-564-3833
51230 Eisenhower Dr
La Quinta, CA 92253
We have been clients of Village Park Animal Hospital for many years and they continue to always deliver caring, careful care for our family of pets! They are thoughtful with their treatment plans, explaining all options and giving gentle advice as needed. Every vet is terrific and we have been happy with all of them! The staff is fabulous too and we are thrilled that Kathy Carlson has built such a terrific practice right in the neighborhood!
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