VCA Desert Animal Hospital
Is this your veterinarian?
4299 E. Ramon Road
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Welcome to VCA Desert Animal Hospital. Located in beautiful Palm Springs, California. We serve pet owners and their pets in the greater Coachella Valley area and beyond and are conveniently located on Ramon Road across the street from Palm Springs International Airport.
Everyone on our staff believes that the better we get to know your pet, the better we can provide the best possible health care for them. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited Hospital we are committed to providing top quality medical services to all pets. Dogs, cats, birds and reptiles are all welcome at VCA Desert Animal Hospital. Among some of our top quality services provided in our state of the art Hospital are standard and luxury boarding, grooming, wellness exams, preventative care, vaccines, diagnostic services, spays, neuters, dental procedures, surgery, and acupuncture. We want to make a difference in the health and happiness of your pet, and aren’t satisfied unless you and your pet are comfortable when you come and visit us.
Our doctors and staff are trained to the highest standards and latest procedures so that our patients get the best care possible. We will always focus on making the time for you and your pet, and pledge to go above and beyond your expectations to provide the best client experience possible. We are very proud of our facility. Come schedule a tour with us so that you can see firsthand our extraordinary facility, and why we were awarded Desert Magazine's 2009 Best of the Valley Pet Boarding finalist. We look forward to getting to know you and your pets.
Local Medical Issues
There are numerous local medical issues that can impact your pet's health, and that require your attention over the entire year. For example, there's heartworm, which can affect both cats and dogs. Since it's transmitted by mosquitoes, which thrive in our region, it's a serious cause for concern. But since the winter temperatures do not get cold enough here to kill mosquito eggs, it's a year-round risk. Likewise for the potential for flea and tick infestation, or intestinal parasites, each of which poses a problem in any season. And finally, contrary to what you'd expect, allergies are a year-round issue. Many pets suffer from skin and ear allergies, the signs of which include scratching, redness in the ears and scaly skin.