Quail Animal Hospital has a fully equipped veterinary surgery suite and the facilities to perform most surgeries, elective and specialty, on site. Surgical procedures include:
• Spay and Neuter
• General and soft tissue
• Mass removal
• Orthopedic including TTA, TPLO, and fracture repairs
• Foreign body removal
Dental exams are an important part of your pet’s annual wellness exam. Accumulated plaque and tartar can cause inflammation of the gums which, not only causes bad breath and loose teeth, but also creates a source of infection. If gone untreated, bacteria can enter the bloodstream cause heart and kidney damage. Preventing dental, or periodontal, disease is within the pet owner’s control. In addition to the annual exam, preventative techniques include:
• Diet of hard or coarse foods
• Providing your pet with rawhide or hard treat foods
• Brushing your pet’s teeth periodically using a pet toothpaste
or using pet dentifrice products
A dental cleaning may be recommended by your veterinarian to
help restore your pet’s dental hygiene. Every dental cleaning includes
a complete physical exam, teeth scaling, polishing, antiseptic
flushing and fluoride coating. We offer both anesthetic and
non-anesthetic dental cleaning.
The procedure is done under anesthesia to ensure your pet a stress-free experience. Blood work is recommended to ensure that your pet is fit to be anesthetized. Appointments are available Monday - Friday.
Preventative Dental Cleanings and Assessment (formerly known as Anesthesia-Free Dental Cleaning)
As part of a dental health maintenance program, we offer preventative dental cleanings and assessment in partnership with Animal Dental Care Inc. When appropriate, preventative dental cleanings serve as an important part of maintaining your pet's oral hygiene. Your pet's teeth and candidacy for this procedure are evaluated by a veterinarian during their annual exam. Animal Dental Care Inc. is on site once monthly.
Our hospital is fully staffed and available for urgent care and emergencies during office hours. Our veterinarians and technicians are trained and equipped to handle urgent situations. Emergencies include: bloat, poisoning, hit by car, and rattlesnake bites. Our state-of-the-art facility features in-house laboratory equipment, digital radiology, and a cutting-edge surgical suite…everything necessary to handle your pet’s emergency.
For After Hours Emergency Care:
Southern California Veterinary Specialty Hospital
1371 Reynolds Ave, Irvine, CA 92614
Call Us: (949) 387-0338
committed to strengthening the human-animal bond
Quail Animal Hospital | 6765 Quail Hill Pkwy, Irvine, CA 92603, USA | 949-387-0338