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AAA Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital that is dedicated to the health, happiness and well being of your pet. Each of your pets becomes part of the AAA family and receives uncompromising care, service and genuine concern by our entire hospital staff. AAA Animal Hospital has thousands of satisfied patients over the past 35 years. We offer low cost vaccinations, spaying and neutering. We have a new state of the art facility which offers digital x -rays, in-house laboratory testing, a fully stocked pharmacy, ultrasound, and orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. Our hospital carries a wide variety of prescription diets and all the latest in flea control including Nexgard and Comfortis. We also offer boarding for cats and dogs with brand new "condo" style facilities. Call us to book your boarding reservation today.
We are now taking Appointments! Walk-ins will still be accepted. To make your visit faster you can schedule appointments on line through Petly or call us.
We have also extended our dental days to Tuesday and Thursday.
Last exam is an hour before closing.
Monday -Friday 7:30-9pm
We close early the day before most major holidays and are closed on the holiday.
Tips to Save Time
1) Fill out new client form.
2) If you are bringing your pet in for a procedure, fill out our anesthesia form.
3) Call at least 48 hours ahead of time for prescription refills.
4) If you are dropping your pet off for boarding, fill out our boarding release form.
At AAA Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Huntington Beach Veterinarian | AAA Animal Hospital | 714-536-6537
21632 Newland St.
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
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