Hesperia Animal Hospital is a self-sufficient animal care center, which offers complete dentistry, a full lab, treatment areas, latest X-ray equipment, and a large surgery room, which is fitted with the latest and most advanced surgical equipment. The exhaust system in the work areas keeps the air clean, safe, and odor free. A centrally placed glass walled intensive care sector allows the doctor and staff to keep an eye on severely ill or recuperating pets.
There are 4 spacious, clean and odor free exam rooms. Recuperating pets are boarded in rooms, dog runs, or cat kennels. The boarding areas have been designed to maintain a high level of hygiene. Pets suffering from communicable diseases like PARVO are housed in the contagious ward.
The pet shop is located next to the waiting lobby. Pet lovers can purchase top quality food supplies designed to fit the special dietary requirements of your cat or dog in the pet shop.
The boarding and grooming facilities are lodged on the second floor. There are 40 dog runs, varying in size to provide a comfortable home for a Chihuahua or a big St. Bernard. The cat condos are completely separate from the dog runs. The deluxe cat condos can house more than one cat and has a window which offers a view of the outside world. The boarding section has high ceilings, skylights, and plants, which help avoid the cramped atmosphere of most animal boarding facilities. All dogs are taken out for a walk at least twice a day. Pet owners can view the boarding area through a glass wall.
At lease two attendants are constantly watching, cleaning, feeding, and exercising the boarding pets. Access to the second floor boarding facility is provided by two staircases and an elevator. The staff will gladly give you a tour of the hospital and boarding facility at your request.
The hospital provides quality grooming services. We have experienced and qualified groomers in the hospital. While you are here, you can meet the groomer and setup an appointment.
All rooms including boarding areas are fitted with video monitors for surveillance, thus helping the staff to keep a constant watch on all pets. The parking lot is also monitored for the safety of clients.
Pet owners who, due to financial restraints, would otherwise be unable to provide maximum care for their pets are offered low cost services on every Thursday at Hesperia Animal Hospital. Spaying and neutering surgeries are done almost free with a minimum charge for anesthetic cost. Low cost vaccinations are also available Thursdays and Saturdays.
The office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, with a one hour lunch break from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Our answering machine provides contact information for an emergency veterinary clinic if your pet needs veterinary attention outside of our office hours. For more information please call 760-948-1553.
Dr. Shafeeq Ahmed
Hesperia Veterinarian | Hesperia Animal Hospital | 760-948-1553
9540 I Avenue
Hesperia, CA 92345
For after hours emergency service, please contact:
Animal Emergency Clinic
12180 Ridgecrest Rd #122
Victorville, CA 92395
We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Please call to schedule an appointment today!760-948-1553
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