Carlsbad Animal Clinic
On behalf of our entire staff, welcome to the Carlsbad Animal Clinic website!
We are a team of veterinary health care professionals dedicated to providing you and your pets with compassionate, affordable, and advanced veterinary care to ensure that your companion lives a long and healthy life. We know that your pets are members of the family, and we feel the same way. That’s why we believe that your trust in us adds up to a special responsibility. Caring for your pet as we would our own is our promise. Your pets' good health and comfort are of the utmost importance.
Carlsbad Animal Clinic is a full service hospital that provides medical and surgical care for all types and ages of pets. Our state-of-the-art veterinary hospital offers an open and comfortable waiting room, separate entrances and waiting rooms for cats and dogs, and spacious and comfortable exam rooms and treatment areas. Every day we focus on delivering outstanding patient care by providing the highest standard of veterinary medicine. Our goal is to educate and assist you in providing the best quality of life possible for your pet. We are committed to being your partner in your pet’s health and well-being.
Please take time to explore our website to learn about our history, meet our experienced staff, and see all the services that we have to offer. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to becoming you and your pet’s trusted health care team.
Thousands of pets become lost every day, and microchip identification is the one reliable way to reunite these lost pets with their owners. The procedure is safe, easy, inexpensive, and practically painless. Read More >
Useful Documents and Forms
Carlsbad Animal Clinic is pleased to provide you with a variety of forms that can simplify the process of caring for your pet. Read More >
Pet Dental Care
Your pet's dental health is an important part of its overall health. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have oral disease by the age of 3. Read More >