EDD M Jordan DVM
7116 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Phone: (323) 937-5120
Jordan, Edd M DVM
Edd M Jordan & Assoc
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Dr. Jordan has been taking care of my cats for 30 years. Thanks to him, one of my lovelies lived for 20 years and one of my current cats is over age 16 and going strong. He's as good with the owners as with the animals -- I tend to panic when one of my felines gets ill and he works with me as well as the cat. As an example, when my 20 year old eventually died, he knew that I couldn't go to the shelter to get another one to keep the surviving cat and me company. I would never be able to choose and it would kill me to leave with only one. So he sent his assistant and his own son to the shelter to get me my newest cat. They found us the perfect companion. How many vets would go that far for an owner? If you or your pet ever need help, you just couldn't do better than Dr. Jordan.
05/10/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Dr Edd Jordan is a gentleman and a gentle man. He is smart and his intuition is sound.
He knows his stuff!!!
Dr Jordan exhibits a kindness and concern that is very reassuring, especially when your pet is really sick. He is never condescending and explains things completely. You will never feel embarrassed to start crying about your sick guinea pig or dog or bird. He understands how much we love our animals.His office staff is lovely and kind and compassionate (and beautiful too).
I wish I could find a doctor like Dr Jordan for myself.
P.S. The parking is easy too!!!!!
10/07/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Knowledgeable old school doc is thorough and kind, he offers complete detailed explanations and is patient and responsive with questions. In business at this location for many, many years. The office is dated but the service can't be beat. You really get the feeling that they really care about the animals they treat and that you are not just another number moving by on the conveyor belt. All 3 of my animals have been treated by Dr. Jordan, though most often it's Penny, the Dalmatian garbage disposal, who has eaten tin cans and Christmas trees. I too have had sticker shock on some visits but you have to remember, you get what you pay for and cheaper/shinier is not the same as better.