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Welcome to Temple City Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in San Gabriel, CA
Call us at 626-287-1173
Located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley, Temple City Animal Hospital was founded more than 60 years ago and has been a proud member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) ever since. Doctors Crittenden (University of California, Davis), Carlson (Colorado State University), Bodie (University of California, Davis), Nguyen (University of Illinois) and Thomas (Kerala Veterinary University) and the rest of our team provide the highest quality of veterinary care and support to our clients and their beloved pets.
We offer a high standard of care which enables us to help you maintain the health of your dog, cat, and pocket pet. We offer an extensive variety of services to our clients and community such as preventive medicine, vaccinations, internal medicine, dermatology, laser therapy, cardiology, surgery, digital radiography, dentistry, and in-house blood analysis. In addition to your pet's medical needs, we also provide boarding and grooming services. Your pets are our family!
At Temple City Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
San Gabriel Veterinarian | Temple City Animal Hospital | 626-287-1173
5406 Rosemead Blvd.
San Gabriel, CA 91766
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