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Visit us at 7369 Day Creek Blvd, Suite F 101, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739. Call 909-646-7387(PETS).
At Day Creek Animal Hospital, our Rancho Cucamonga veterinarian understands that your pet is a beloved member of your family and that you take your pet's health and well being very seriously. If you're looking for a veterinarian team that will treat your pet like a member of their own family, then you've come to the right place. We're dedicated to providing every pet that comes through our doors with the best in veterinary care while also creating a safe and comfortable environment for you and your pet.
We strive to be your one-stop shop for all things related to your pet's health and wellness by offering a wide range of veterinary services here in our office. From routine and preventative pet wellness care (such as comprehensive exams) to flea and tick control, we've got you covered. We typically recommend annual wellness exams for your pet, though senior pets may need to come in more frequently.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up-to-date is also extremely important, which is why we're happy to offer vaccination and immunization services here in our office. From rabies vaccines for a variety of pets to distemper for cats or parvo vaccines for dogs, we can typically administer any necessary vaccines to your pet at the end of a routine wellness exam.
In addition to preventative and routine care for your pet, we also offer surgical services here in our office. Whether your pet needs something as simple as a spay or neuter procedure or is in need of a more urgent surgical procedure, our skilled and experienced team is here to help. We even hold after-hours for emergency care and are open every night until 8PM, so don't hesitate to call our office if your pet is in trouble.
Your pet's dental health is extremely important, which is why we also offer pet dental care in our office. Gum disease is one of the most common diseases in pets, yet it can typically be prevented with simple dental care. We offer teeth cleanings that help to remove plaque and tartar buildup, leaving your pet with overall healthier teeth and gums while also reducing the risk of developing gum disease.
At Day Creek Animal Hospital, our very own Dr. M.S. Sidhu and team pride ourselves in making your pet's health and wellness our top priority. That's why we're open seven days a week for your convenience, and our office doesn't close until 8PM each day. This way, it's easier for you to find appointment dates and times that work with your busy schedule. We also have emergency services available to suit your needs.
If you're interested in scheduling a veterinary appointment for your pet, be sure to give Day Creek Animal Hospital a call today at 909-646-7387 . We're currently accepting new clients and would love to help your pet achieve the highest possible level of health and wellness.
Dr. M.S. Sidhu
Rancho Cucamonga Veterinarian | Day Creek Animal Hospital | 909-646-7387
7369 Day Creek Blvd #101
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
Attention We Will Be Closed Saturday & Sunday For Labor Day Weekend
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