Kevin and Melissa Fleck and “Scout”

Scout

McCrary Family and “Abbey”

Abbey

Steve and Mary Giacoletto and “Jack”

Jack

Tony and Katy Muro and “Jasper”

Jasper

Beth Kent and “Rainee” and “Cloudee”

Rainee-Day

Our Stars

Cinema Veterinary Centre

Is a full-service veterinary hospital with the aim of giving dogs, cats, reptiles, birds and pocket pets outstanding quality care in the areas of wellness, medicine and surgery.

We, the doctors and staff of Cinema Veterinary Centre believe in the value of the human-animal bond. We create and keep lasting relationships based on client trust. We are devoted to providing the highest quality care, focusing on quality of life and providing compassionate client communication so that you may be an active part in deciding what care is best for your companion.


Cinema Veterinary Centre Closed Labor Day

In observance of Labor Day, Cinema Veterinary Centre will be CLOSED Monday, September 5th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will reopen our doors Tuesday, September 6th from 8am-6pm. Please call us if you have any questions! We hope you have a wonderful holiday!

August Pet of the Month

Congratulations to Nestle our August Pet of the Month!

Here are a few fun facts about this sweet girl:

1.      Why did you decide on “Nestlé” as your pet’s name?

All of our dogs have been chocolate labs and…

Facebook Messanger!

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Fourth of July Pet Tips!

This is a good article by PetMD about Fourth of July safety for your pet!  Please take a read as the holiday is fast approaching.  Please call us if you have any questions! 1-661-253-9300!

http://www.petmd.com/dog/seasonal/evr_multi_top_ten_fourth_of_july_pet_safety_tips#

Pet Safety Tips for Heat Waves!

Please remember these tips this weekend as we get into the 100s!

1. LOTS of water!
2. Do not leave your pet in the car!
3. Limit activity and keep your pet shaded!
4. If it's too hot for the back of your hand, it's too hot for pets' paws!
5. Get to the vet ASAP if you think your pet is experiencing symptoms of heat stroke!

Have a safe and fun weekend!