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  • Laser Therapy For Your Cat
    Laser Therapy for Cats With Your La Quinta Veterinarian Because cats are often so adept at hiding pain and tend to receive veterinary care less often than dogs, cat owners aren’t Read more
  • Pet of the Month - October 2018!
    The Story of "Samantha" AKA "Sammy. To the staff of Village Park Animal Hospital, I had the privilege of meeting Sammy four years ago. She was living with another family at the Read more
  • Pet of the Month - September 2018!
    The Story of "Miracle" Dog Tessa It had been five years since I had to put to sleep my last dog and was finally ready to adopt a new dog.  My Read more
  • Pet of the Month - July 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Pet of the month Reggie Reggie was “gifted” to us 9 years ago. He was one of a litter of pure bred German Shepherds who was repossessed from a family Read more
  • Pet of the Month - June 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Pet of the month Roxy < 3 Roxy is a very much loved Shitzu puppy. She is a ball full of love,spunk and sass.   She definitely puts a smile Read more
  • Employee of the Month - June 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Employee of the month Congrats to Becca! Becca is our treatment floor manager she is a Flordia native, but moved out to the desert just to work with us Read more
  • Employee of the Month - May 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Employee of the month May 2018 Pricilla and her boy friend "My name is Priscilla, born and raised in the valley. I'm a California girl at heart, I love going to Read more
  • Employee of the month - April 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Employee of the month Congrats to Esmeralda for April employee of the month. Esmeralda is one of our friendly receptionist and joined the VPAH family December 2017. This Read more
  • Employee of the Month - March 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Employee of the month Congrats to, Veronica for March employee of the Month! Veronica has been working our boarding area since 2015. Her favorite memory of VPAH was Read more
  • Pet of the Month - March 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Pet of the month Scout Boy Scout Hogan was born in Oregon during the fall of 2016. He had his first plane ride in October of the same year Read more
  • Meet our interns!
    Here at Village Park we are big on community outreach and we often have interns who are eager to learn Veterinary medicine here with us. This season we have two Read more
  • Employee of the month - February 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Employee of the month Congratulations to Michelle, our February employee of the month! Michelle is our rock star registered veterinary technician and treatment team training coordinator. Michelle has been Read more
  • Employee of the month - January 2018!
    Congrats to Rebecca for our January employee of the Month. Rebecca has been one of our friendly receptionists since 2015. When Rebecca is not at work, you can find her at College Of Read more
  • Pet of the month- January 2018!
    Village Park Animal Hospital Pet of the month Hi, my name is Blue and as you might guess, my owners named me that because of my pretty blue eyes.  I’m a 3 Read more
  • Pet of the month - Oden!
    Oden This month we have a very special pet of the month. Meet Oden! Oden is a young boy who was presented to us with a leg injury to his left Read more
  • Employee of the month - December 2017!
    Congrats Elke! Born and raised in Berlin, Germany. Came to the US at age 19. Originally I only wanted to stay 1 year, but it turned out to be 13 years. Worked Read more

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  • "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
    patients."
    - Lisa & Martin S. | Palm Desert, CA

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