Your pet is part of your family. It needs regular routine care, including flea and tick treatment. Also, when it's sick, lethargic or not acting quite right, you need a veterinarian in Santa Barbara that can quickly diagnose the problem and provide treatment. At La Concepcion Animal Hospital, we specialize in small animal pet care. Our clinic is equipped with the latest technology, and we offer advanced specialized diagnostic and surgical procedures. Trust us with all your pet care needs.
Pet care remains our top priority. Here's what sets us apart and makes us a trusted veterinarian care provider in Santa Barbara.
Sometimes, a physical exam provides us with enough information to diagnose your pet's healthcare needs. Other times, we need to take a deeper look. We use only the latest diagnostic technology to determine the cause of your pet's symptoms and find a solution. Whether your pet needs a blood test, x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopy or Electrocardiogram (EkG), trust that the test will be as non-invasive, comfortable and thorough as possible. Visit us for an initial diagnosis or second opinion as you get your pet the treatment it needs.
Our Santa Barbara veterinarians have invested in the most cutting edge equipment available to the industry, and we are also trained in the proper use of this specialized equipment. If your pet needs an x-ray, ultrasound, urine or blood test, Electrocardiogram (EkG) or other exam, we have the equipment that will perform the test or procedure with minimal discomfort.
Professional Pet Surgery
There may come a time when your furry friend needs pet surgery. Trust your pet to our vet surgeon professionals. We are experienced in performing a variety of surgical procedures and use only the best equipment. We make your pet as comfortable as possible before, during and after the procedure as we help your pet return to good health.
Your pet deserves the best possible care no matter how long it takes. We are committed to you and your pet and will take the time necessary to diagnose your pet's condition and recommend the right treatment. Rather than rush you and your pet out the door, we spend adequate time with you, and appointments can be as long as 30 to 60 minutes if necessary.
Whether you're a novice or veteran pet owner, we're here to provide the best possible care for your furry friend. Contact our veterinarian in Santa Barbara today. We are here to meet all your pet care needs, including routine treatment, diagnostics and pet surgery. We also offer you a second opinion and invite you to ask about our new customer specials. At La Concepcion Animal Hospital, we treat you and your pets like family.
At La Concepcion Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Joseph Dalo Jr.
Dr. Michele A. Everitt
Goleta Veterinarians | La Concepcion Animal Hospital | 805-685-4513
7126 Hollister Ave
Goleta, CA 93117
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Dr. Dalo and the rest of the team at La Concepcion Animal Hospital are amazing. Our little guy Rupert would not be here today if it wasn't for Dr Dalo's expertise and quick decision making.
- Nick, Casey & Rupert C. / Goleta, CA
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