Canine hip dysplasia is the abnormal formation of the hip joint and one of the leading causes of rear leg lameness in dogs. Hip dysplasia is most prevalent in larger breed dogs, especially German ...View Article
Laguna Hills Orange County Veterinarian Welcomes Everyone
to Trinity Pet Hospital!
Orange County veterinarian, Dr. Kerolos, and our entire staff want to welcome pets and their families from all over Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, Laguna Nigel, Irvine and San Clemente to our animal clinic! Here at Trinity Pet Hospital, we have a genuine love for the special animal members of all our families, and are committed to providing the most compassionate, highest quality, yet affordable veterinary services available. Aside from helping pets recover from illness or injury, we place a great emphasis on preventative and wellness care, as well as family education, so that pets can stay happy and healthy for years to come.
Orange County Animal Clinic for Preventative Care
Our Orange County animal clinic has been serving pets in Laguna Hills for over 20 years with a big focus on providing affordable pet spay and neuter services. Veterinarian Dr. Kerolos, who studied in Egypt and fulfilled his internship in Alabama before coming back to practice in California, has recently expanded the veterinary clinic to provide a wider range of affordable services. From vaccinations to declawing to animal surgery, we are passionate about giving pets the care they need for the utmost quality of life possible.
Because preventing disease and injury is a major focus here at our Orange County veterinary hospital, we have built a reputation for providing first-rate spay and neuter surgery for pets. Spay and neuter your pet will help prevent the suffering that comes from too many homeless puppies and kittens out on the streets, it can also prevent certain pet diseases and quell troublesome behavior problems. In addition to this preventative care service, our animal clinic also makes sure our patients have their pet vaccinations up-to-date and can advise pet owners on things they can do at home to keep their pets healthy and safe, such as the proper diet, dental care, exercise and grooming. We even have a weight loss program for pets in order to maintain their nutritional health.
Dr. Kerolos is highly-skilled in internal medicine and committed to helping pets get well. His love of helping pets has been prevalent his whole life, especially growing up watching his uncle care for pets as a veterinarian too. Dr. Kerolos' training in laser surgery can help with tumor growth or eye surgery if necessary. He is able to perform a mass removal with this method to help with the continual care of your pet. He runs our practice with a veterinary staff that is prepared to handle pet emergencies during our operating hours. From in-house digital radiology and digital otoscopy to ultrasound and a complete laboratory, we have the tools and expertise necessary to help pets through any injury or illness. Families with pets who need emergency care during our off hours, however, should call Animal Urgent Care of South Orange County at 949-364-6228 or Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group at 949-201-4100.
We here at Trinity Pet Hospital are excited to meet all the special pets in the area. So please call us today at 949-768-1314 for more information on how we can help pets get healthy and stay healthy!
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By: Dr. Maged Kerolos
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