One of the most stressful situations you might experience is a veterinary emergency involving your pet. Here, our La Mesa vets explain what to do if your cat or dog begins choking and how to manage this pet emergency.
Quality care for your pet
At Rancho Village Veterinary Hospital, we provide an extensive range of veterinary services to ensure your furry family members always get the care they deserve.
All your pet's healthcare needs
From routine exams and geriatric care to internal medicine and urgent care, our team offers all the core veterinary services your best friend needs to stay healthy and happy.
New patients in La Mesa
The veterinary team at Rancho Village Veterinary Hospital is always delighted to welcome new patients, of all breeds and ages, as well as their owners.
Welcome to our La Mesa pet hospital
Rancho Village Veterinary Hospital is a full-service pet hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in La Mesa and the surrounding areas.
With broad and varied services that include preventive care, surgery and oncology, our services are designed to help you address all of your pet’s health needs in one place.
We care for the companion animals of the residents of La Mesa and neighboring areas; we're proud of the reputation we've established over the years for our quality, professional care with a compassionate touch.
Whether it's your first visit with your pet or your pet is a loyal patient, our goal is to treat each animal as if it were our own.
We have board-certified surgeons available for specialty surgery daily, to help ensure your pet is quickly treated.
Your pet's oral health can greatly affect their overall well-being, so ensure their teeth and gums are in good shape.
Regular checkups help us detect any issues and treat them early on, when they're easier to manage.
If your beloved pet is having trouble getting around, it may be a sign of an injured joint or degenerative condition.
Our trained specialists are available to diagnose and correct injuries and diseases of the bones, ligaments, joints, tendons and other skeletal structures. If your dog or cat is suffering from a condition or injury that requires advanced specialized care, your vet will refer your dog or cat to a vet surgeon in San Diego County.
The staff at Rancho Village Vet Hospital were very professional and happily answered all of my questions. I had to pass off my sick cat right from the car due to social distancing and they made the process smooth for us.
Routine pet vaccinations and parasite prevention can help you protect your cat or dog from many serious conditions.
Our trained specialists help provide your cat or dog with dermatological treatments to help them be comfortable in their skins.
State-of-the-art equipment and advanced diagnostic testing allow us to provide fast, accurate diagnoses of your pet's conditions.
In most cases, with early diagnosis, cancers can be treated with a combination of surgeries, therapies and other methods.
Tips and advice from our La Mesa vets team
If you're seeking advice on parasite protection or information on common illnesses, our pet blogs feature informative suggestions from our La Mesa vets to help you keep your furry friends healthy and happy.
While spotting the occasional grass chewing isn't usually any cause for concern, that may change if you begin to frequently catch your dog eating and even sometimes vomiting up this grass. Our La Mesa vets answer the question of why dogs eat grass and provide some advice that may give you some peace of mind.
As pet parents, we do everything we can to try to help keep our furry companions safe. Unfortunately, we need to expect the unexpected and be prepared for when the unexpected happens. In this post, our La Mesa vets discuss poisoning in cats and what items could potentially leave our feline friends poisoned and needing veterinary attention.
Unless your pet has a visible injury or ailment, it may be difficult to gauge whether or not the situation is an emergency. Here, our La Mesa vets discuss how to tell if you should take your cat or dog to the emergency vet and tips about first aid that you can perform on your pet at home.