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Los Feliz Small Animal Hospital

...that according to Veterinary Pet Insurance Co., the top five dog medical conditions that prompted visits to the vet in 2014 were skin allergies, ear infections, non-cancerous skin masses, skin infections, and arthritis? For cats, the top five were bladder or urinary tract disease, dental disease, chronic kidney disease, excessive thyroid hormone, and upset stomach/vomiting.

Drop & Go Pet Service

In this day and age, we know that life can get very hectic and that making an appointment during the work week for your pet can be difficult. However, keeping your pet up-to-date on their annual wellness exams and vaccinations is critical for their overall health. That’s why at Los Feliz Small Animal Hospital, we take the stress out of scheduling your veterinary appointments with our special Drop & Go pet drop-off service.

How Pet Drop-off Service Works

Our Drop & Go service is convenient and easy, perfect for pet owners who are always on the go. Here’s how it works: Simply call our hospital to book your drop-off time with our reception team. Drop-offs can be done as early as 7:30 a.m. At the time of drop-off, we will ask you to complete a short questionnaire so we know the reason for your pet’s visit. We recommend bringing your pet on an empty stomach, in case any tests are required. When you’re ready to pick your pet up, you can come any time before closing.

What If My Pet Is a New Patient?

Although we do offer the Drop & Go service for all of our patients, if you choose to use it for your pet’s first visit, we ask that you stay for the duration of the wellness exam before leaving. We can then keep your pet in our care and contact you with the results of the exam and discuss our recommendations for treatment, if necessary.

Call us today at (323) 664-3309 to book your pet’s drop-off, and enjoy the convenience of our Drop & Go service!

...that according to Veterinary Pet Insurance Co., the top five dog medical conditions that prompted visits to the vet in 2014 were skin allergies, ear infections, non-cancerous skin masses, skin infections, and arthritis? For cats, the top five were bladder or urinary tract disease, dental disease, chronic kidney disease, excessive thyroid hormone, and upset stomach/vomiting.