Best Reviewed Vet Los Angeles

If you are searching for the best-reviewed veterinarian in Los Angeles to help save your dog, cat, or any pet this animal hospital should be your top choice for any emergency.

They saved our dog Kiki from heart failure and the staff is incredible.

Veterinarians treat disease, disorder or injury in animals, which includes diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare. The scope of practice, specialty, and experience of the individual veterinarian will dictate exactly what interventions they perform, but most will perform surgery (of differing complexity).

Unlike in human medicine, veterinarians must rely primarily on clinical signs, as animals are unable to vocalize symptoms as a human would. In some cases, owners may be able to provide a medical history and the veterinarian can combine this information along with observations, and the results of pertinent diagnostic tests such as radiography, CT scans, MRI, blood tests, urinalysis, and others.

Veterinarians must consider the appropriateness of euthanasia (“putting to sleep”) if a condition is likely to leave the animal in pain or with a poor quality of life, or if treatment of a condition is likely to cause more harm to the patient than good, or if the patient is unlikely to survive any treatment regimen. Additionally, there are scenarios where euthanasia is considered due to the constraints of the client’s finances.

As with human medicine, much veterinary work is concerned with prophylactic treatment, in order to prevent problems occurring in the future. Common interventions include vaccination against common animal illnesses, such as distemper or rabies, and dental prophylaxis to prevent or inhibit dental disease. This may also involve owner education so as to avoid future medical or behavioral issues.

Additionally, veterinarians have important roles in public health and the prevention of zoonoses. – wiki