Mission Veterinary Clinic and Animal Emergency Hospital

★★★★★
  • 16907 San Fernando Mission Blvd Located Between the Knollwood Pharmacy and the Dentist on the North side of San Fernando Mission Blvd.

    Granada Hills, CA 91344

    Map & Directions
  • 818-363-8143

About Mission Veterinary Clinic and Animal Emergency Hospital

Categories
  • Veterinarians
  • Animal Hospitals
  • Emergency Vets
  • Pet Services
  • Surgeons
Hours
M-Su 9am-midnight (Open Until Midnight 7 days a week. Appointment hours 9am until 7pm, Emergency hours 7pm until midnight.)
Emails
  • contactus@missionvet.com
Year Established
  • 1998
Keywords
  • Vaccination
  • Veterinary
  • Veterinarian
  • Animal
  • Clinic
  • Hospital
  • Pet
  • Emergency
  • Dog
  • Cat
  • Spay
  • Neuter
  • Rabies
  • Canine
  • Feline
  • Medicine
  • DVM
  • Spay
  • Neuter
  • Dental
  • Dentistry
  • Parvo
  • 24 hour
  • Pancreatitis
Products
  • Hills Pet Food
  • Science Diet Prescription Diets
  • Bravecto Flea Products
Specialties
  • Veterninary Medicine
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
Brands
  • Hills, Pfizer,
Services
  • Vaccinations
  • Radiology
  • Laboratory Services
  • Urgent Care
  • Dermatology
  • Orthopedics
  • Dentistry
  • Spay
  • Neuter
  • Emergency
Languages
  • English
  • Spanish

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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About Us

Staff

    Veterinarians

      Kennel help and Interns

        Our Services

        What We Offer

          Vaccinations

            Orthopedic Sugery

            We fix broken bones. ;)
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              I took my Golden Retriever in to Mission Animal because she had a large tumor on her side that had ruptured. The Dr explained in detail because of her age that they should do blood work before we give her an anesthetic. He said This will help tell us if she is in good enough health to under go the surgery It would let us know if she had liver or kidney problems that could lead to death. He also suggested we x-ray her chest to look for cancer in the chest. The Dr continued to explain that once he removes the tumor we should send it to to the lab for a biopsy. This would let us know exactly what type of tumor it is so we know if further treatment is necessary after the surgery. The main concern being cancer.
              And cancer is always scary.
              The Dr also talked to us about IV Catheter and fluids. He said this would help the anesthetic get out of the system faster and their by making the procedure safer. By the time we added all this up it was more then my boy friend was willing to spend, so we went home to think about it.
              The very next day my boyfriend went to a low cost clinc,. He came home very excited about all the money we were going to save because this Low Cost vet was going to due the surgery without bloodwork, IV Catheter, Fluids or X-rays.
              Well He was excited until the low cost vet called later that day and said our dog had died in surgery.
              I went down and spoke to this Dr. I mentioned things like Blood work, IV catheter and fluids, x rays etc etc.
              The Dr said that if we had done those things It could have saved our dogs life. WTF. So why didn't we do these things. The Low cost vet said he was trying to save us money.dlfkajfkljasdkl
              My point is if I had listened to Dr Nahkla At Mission Animal my dog would be alive. But my now EX boyfriend wanted to save a buck.
              I highly recommend you listen and trust them

              5
              ★★★★★

              I took my Golden Retriever in to Mission Animal because she had a large tumor on her side that had ruptured. The Dr explained in detail because of her age that they should do blood work before we give her an anesthetic. He said This will help tell us if she is in good enough health to under go the surgery It would let us know if she had liver or kidney problems that could lead to death. He also suggested we x-ray her chest to look for cancer in the chest. The Dr continued to explain that once he removes the tumor we should send it to to the lab for a biopsy. This would let us know exactly what type of tumor it is so we know if further treatment is necessary after the surgery. The main concern being cancer.
              And cancer is always scary.
              The Dr also talked to us about IV Catheter and fluids. He said this would help the anesthetic get out of the system faster and their by making the procedure safer. By the time we added all this up it was more then my boy friend was willing to spend, so we went home to think about it.
              The very next day my boyfriend went to a low cost clinc,. He came home very excited about all the money we were going to save because this Low Cost vet was going to due the surgery without bloodwork, IV Catheter, Fluids or X-rays.
              Well He was excited until the low cost vet called later that day and said our dog had died in surgery.
              I went down and spoke to this Dr. I mentioned things like Blood work, IV catheter and fluids, x rays etc etc.
              The Dr said that if we had done those things It could have saved our dogs life. WTF. So why didn't we do these things. The Low cost vet said he was trying to save us money.dlfkajfkljasdkl
              My point is if I had listened to Dr Nahkla At Mission Animal my dog would be alive. But my now EX boyfriend wanted to save a buck.
              I highly recommend you listen and trust them

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              Was here last night after my daughters dog ate some rat poison I left out. She was an emotional reck. The staff was kind and gentle. They spent time explaining everything to us and comforting us. The Dr. was a first class guy. He did a great job. I really, really like them they did a great job. Their TV in the waiting room wasn't working. Thats the only negative I have to say.

              5
              ★★★★★

              Was here last night after my daughters dog ate some rat poison I left out. She was an emotional reck. The staff was kind and gentle. They spent time explaining everything to us and comforting us. The Dr. was a first class guy. He did a great job. I really, really like them they did a great job. Their TV in the waiting room wasn't working. Thats the only negative I have to say.

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              Message from Mission Veterinary Clinic and Animal Emergency Hospital

              Bill has spent his entire life working with and caring for animals. He was raised on a ranch in the hills above Chatsworth, riding in steeplechase events and jumping. His parents and sister are horse trainers, his father in law works for the American Kennel Club and his mother in law trains agility dogs. Bill first starting working in veterinary medicine in 1989 at a hospital in Van Nuys, California. He has always had a love for German Shepherds. Bill's first German Shepherd was a childhood pet rescue. Since then he has a had four others. In his off time he enjoys Backpacking and Mountain Biking.

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