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Welcome to Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clinic
in Los Angeles, CA
Call us at 323-254-7382
Have a Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!
Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clinic is a full-service animal emergency clinic where we also offer emergency surgeries as well as urgent care and support.
At our clinic we can provide crucial information regarding your pet's needs. If you have a question, please call us at 323-254-7382 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our veterinary office is located in the heart of Eagle Rock, and we have provided directions on our Contact Us page.
At Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Melissa A. Roth, Hospital Director
Dr. William Sullenberger
Dr. Carla Robbins
Dr. Elizabeth Paulosky
Dr. Bronwyn Dawson
Los Angeles Veterinarian | Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clinic | 323-254-7382
4254 Eagle Rock Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90065
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