Serving Southern California since 1956
If you live in Southern California, you have found the place for a veterinarian to care for your beloved pet. Canyon Animal Hospital has been a full service, family run veterinary hospital since 1956. Canyon originally served as a mixed animal practice serving rural Orange County. As the population of people and pets has changed over the years, Canyon has tailored its services to specialize in dogs, cats and pocket pets.
Canyon Animal Hospital is a full service animal hospital providing the highest quality, up to date medical care and diagnostics. The hospital will accommodate emergency cases as well as routine medical, surgical and dental problems. In addition to conventional medical care, Canyon offers acupuncture, nutritional consultation, boarding and basic grooming services. Our philosophy is always that prevention is better than treatment. Let us help you keep your pet healthy with preventative care to ensure a long healthy life together.
Your pet’s health and well-being are very important to us and we will make every effort to give your pet the best possible care. Come visit our calm, comfortable and family friendly hospital, so you and your pet can enjoy the least stressful experience possible.
Please continue to the above tabs to learn more about the members of our Canyon Family and the services we provide. We look forward to seeing you and your furry friends. If you have any questions or would like to make and appointment, please call 949-494-1076 or email us and we will get back to you promptly.
Dr. Gershon Alaluf
Dr. Lauren Brower- Wacholder
Laguna Beach Veterinarian | Canyon Animal Hospital | 949-494-1076
20372 Laguna Canyon Rd.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Your entire team is great. The front desk, the techs and the doctors are all very knowledgeable and caring and always work so efficiently in behalf of our pets. Keep up the good work!
Laguna Beach, CA
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