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We Care for your pets as if they were our own

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Las Posas Veterinary Medical Center is a full service veterinary hospital, which also has boarding and grooming available. Las Posas Veterinary Medical Center opened in 1993. Advanced medical procedures, such as orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries, are commonly performed. Available equipment, such as endoscopy, ultrasound, dental radiographs, chemotherapy, nebulizers and continuous glucose monitors are supplemental to the standard x-ray machines, fluid pumps and full-service pharmacy. The staff includes Drs. Nino Garrolini, Scott Anderson, Richard Morgan and Linda Mackinnon. Conveniently, the staff and doctors work at both Las Posas Veterinary Medical Center and Channel Islands Veterinary Hospital. Located in the Camarillo, CA area, the hospital is able to provide outpatient medical and surgical animal care, as well as long-term hospitalization for patients with more extensive needs. There is emergency service available through the day and after-hours doctor contact lines, as well.
  • Pathology
  • 24 Hour Emergency Vet
  • 24 Hour Vet
  • Vaccinations
  • Boarding
  • Bathing
  • Internal Medicine
  • Medications
  • Spay And Neuter Clinic
  • Intensive & Critical Care
  • Allergies
  • Endoscopy
  • Veterinary Orthopedic Surgeon
  • Grooming
  • Surgery
Advantage, Hill's Prescription Diet, Hill's Science Diet
Payment method
visa, master card
English, Spanish

American Animal Hospital Association

Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinarians
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Specialties: Bathing & Body Shaves, Surgical Care, Dermatology, Small Animal, Dentistry, Preventive Health Care, Medical Care


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Vets knew about pancreatitis/IBS. THEY wanted to treat ""their way"" after my taking care of this dog for 2 years with this illness. I tried their med instead of the one she was controled on and she had a real bad attack. Then I forgot to get a med previously prescribed. When I requested it, I was told I would have to pay 10.00 for their time to write it as they carried the drug in the office (at a more expensive cost). I personally don;t like a vet who is supposed to service my pet and myself doing this. I feel this is small , petty and surely not holding with the profession of a veterinarian. I understand others in the vet world are hearing how lucrative it is and may begin doing the same thing. When I and My animal are put into this situation we will seek real professional help!

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