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VCA Marina Animal Hospital
   based on 2 reviews.
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2506 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291, United States
Veterinarians Hospitals and Medical Centers Pet Care and Grooming
VCA Marina Animal Hospital Venice


About VCA Marina Animal Hospital
VCA Marina Animal Hospital is a veterinary facility based in Venice, CA where your pet's health is our top priority and excellent service is our goal.

Brands: Amphibians & Iguanas, Birds, Cats, Chipmunks Degus and Jirds, Dogs, Ferrets, Horses, Iguanas, Geckos and other Lizards, Invertebrates, Mice & Rats, Rabbits, Reptiles, Rodents, Small Mammals, Snakes, Tortoises & Turtles.

Services: Parasite Control, Annual Pet Check-ups, Boarding, Cardiology (Heart), Dermatology (Skin Care), Flea & Tick Control, Grooming, Medications, Microchipping, Ophthalmology (Eye Care), Pain Management, Preventive Care, Puppy & Kitten Wellness, Senior Pet Wellness, Spay & Neuter, Vaccines & Vaccinations, Veterinarians, Weight Loss Programs, Dentistry, Heartworm Treatment, Neurology, Oncology (Cancer Treatment), Surgery, Veterinary, Diagnostic services (MRI CT Scan Radiology) Diet & Nutrition.

Business Hours:
M-F 7am-7pm, Sa 8am-5pm, Su 9am-4pm
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Neil b
posted reviews about
VCA Marina Animal Hospital

Not on my worst enemy...

I wouldn't refer this place to my worst enemy. The Dr. they assigned me was named Dr. Allen. After telling him another Dr. had given my cat Asia anti biotics he proceeded to give her more without giving her any kind of examination and...
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Brenda L
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VCA Marina Animal Hospital

Great vets

This place is great. I have seen 3 Dr's here and they have all been wonderful. Going to the vet can be expensive - if you can't afford it, you probably shouldn't take on the responsibility of a pet. I've never felt overcharged at this VCA...
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