Cranial Cruciate Ligament and Orthopedic Procedures
Surgery to treat lameness caused by Cranial Cruciate Ligament trauma or disease is one of the most common orthopedic operations in dogs.
Parasites can affect your pet in a variety of ways, ranging from simple irritation to causing life-threatening conditions if left untreated.
Affordable Animal Hospital
- Kind and Quality Care at a Fair Price -
Our vision is to be the most reliable provider of the highest quality of veterinary services in Compton and surrounding areas in CA. We seek to provide outstanding patient care guided by kindness, compassion, and empathy.
The mission of Affordable Animal Hospital is to:
- Adhere to the highest standards of veterinary care.
- Stay updated with the most recent developments and advancements in the field.
- Educate pet owners on keeping the pets happy and healthy.
- Follow best practices in veterinary care.
- Ensure the professional growth of our team to deliver the best outcomes in customer service and veterinary medicine.
Call us today: (323) 894-7945
Dental Care for Dogs and Cats
The phrase “dog breath” may be good for a punchline, but it’s not necessarily a laughing matter. While it may not be the norm for pet owners to have the view that a dental hygiene regimen should be a routine part of caring for a dog or cat, there is every reason to pay attention to this vital aspect of pet health and longevity.
You’ve probably noticed that your pet has one tool at mealtime: its mouth. Problems with teeth can make every meal that much more of a struggle, to say nothing of leading to more serious problems. The experts at Affordable Animal Hospital in Compton can help you stay on top of your pet’s dental and oral health, from routine cleaning to treating any dental issues that may need attention.
Just as is the case with human teeth, the teeth in your pet’s mouth are subject to deterioration over time. If you think about all the objects you may have seen in that mouth over the years, you can probably recall many are not tooth-friendly. By the time they are three years old, an estimated 85 percent of all cats and dogs have periodontal disease. If this is untreated, it can lead to a wide range of health problems.
Knowing Something is Wrong
Your pet can’t tell you if it has a toothache, if it hurts to chew, or if a tooth is loose in its mouth. You’re not likely to notice anything out of the ordinary, especially in the early stages of a problem. It’s vital to have an expert evaluation. There’s really no other way.
The Long Game
The chances are that you and your pet are going to be together for a long time. In the long run, your pet will be happier if you make sure that its teeth receive regular attention and you will avoid any serious expenses that could arise if a dental or oral health issue is left untreated.
Comprehensive Preventive Care
Vaccinations: Vaccinations are a critical aspect of preventive healthcare for your pets. Staying up-to-date on your pet’s vaccinations is a must to facilitate pet development and a healthy lifestyle. Core vaccines are the ‘must-have’ vaccines for your pets irrespective of their breed, age, or environment and prevent your beloved pals from life-threatening diseases. Non-core vaccines are based on the pet’s location, lifestyle, and other conditions. Our veterinary experts are available to design a tailored vaccination program and offer guidance on the specific vaccinations your pet needs.
Spaying and neutering: We specialize in pain-free spaying and neutering with the utmost focus on your pet’s comfort and safety. Advanced pain management techniques, expert anesthesia administration, and optimized pre and post-operative care ensure your pet is comfortable and cared for throughout.
Regular check-ups: Our skilled and highly trained veterinarians perform regular health checks to evaluate your pet’s health. From dental checks to identifying nutritional, emotional, or other issues, our preventive consultations go a long way in maintaining your pet’s overall health.
Microchipping: Losing a pet is not something any pet-owner wants to think about, but the sad reality is that hundreds of pets go missing each year. One way to ensure you are reunited with your pet in case the unexpected happens is to go in for microchipping. At Affordable Animal Hospital, microchipping is one of our specialties. Microchipping involves implanting a tiny chip beneath your pet’s fur that helps you track your pet’s movements. As a top-rated veterinary care provider in Compton, CA, we ensure painless and safe microchip implantation for your pet.
Trust Affordable Animal Hospital Compton as Your Veterinary Partner
Our well-equipped facility features an advanced surgery suite, dedicated dental area, prep table, and sophisticated anesthetic monitoring. While our experienced veterinary doctors specialize in both general and local anesthesia, our dedicated medical care team continuously monitors your pet when under anesthesia.
From spays and neuters to dental procedures, orthopedic procedures to non-routine surgeries, our board-certified veterinary specialists are well-versed in handling simple to complex surgeries.
Emergency Vet Services
The Right Choice for Compassionate, Trust-Worthy Emergency Vet Care
When every second’s delay can make a crucial difference to your pet’s well-being, you can rely on us to offer emergency veterinary services. Whether it is a critical illness, accidents, or other pet emergencies, experienced emergency vets are available round-the-clock to instantly attend to your pet.
The word ‘surgery’ can bring on anxiety and concern for your pet’s well-being. It is our goal to eliminate stress from surgery to ensure the procedure is hassle-free, smooth, and safe. We not only use state-of-the-art surgical procedures and technology but provide comprehensive care throughout to deliver optimum comfort and outcomes. We provide detailed information regarding pre and post-surgical care as well as on what to expect during the procedure.
Affordable Animal Hospital is your trusted partner in pet care. We offer a full range of high-quality veterinary services delivered with care and compassion.
Schedule an appointment by calling us at (323) 894-7945