Welcome to the official website for Trinity Pet Hospital in Laguna Hills, California. We hope you will take a look not only at the many veterinary services we have to offer your furry family members, but also at the blend of professional expertise, compassionate care and informed counseling that makes our veterinary clinic stand out. Your pets deserve the best and we strive every day to provide it!
We know you have choices when selecting the right Laguna Hills veterinarian for your beloved companion's needs and there are certainly plenty of reasons to choose ours. For Dr. Kerolos, a love for animals runs in the family and so does a tradition of veterinary practice. As a child, he watched as his veterinarian uncle treated and cared for pets, sparking his own lifelong desire to provide the same services. Along the way, he cultivated special expertise in areas such as dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and eye surgery and internal medicine. Our Laguna Hills veterinarian's genuine concern for the animal community prompts his activity in several rescue groups, saving animals so they can enjoy full, happy lives.
Our entire team (including our vet tech Franke and our receptionist Catherine) shares Dr. Kerolos' commitment, and yours, to maintaining your pet's quality of life. When you choose Trinity Pet Hospital, you are gaining more than just a veterinary clinic, you are gaining a ready resource for expert advice, counseling and information, from personal consultations with our veterinarian to the wealth of tips and insights we keep adding to our blog. To us, veterinary care is not just administering medications or exams; it is establishing and earning a trust-based relationship with both you and your pet for life.
We are dedicated to providing the best possible for care for a wide range of pets has led to offer a similarly wide range of services and techniques. This extensive "menu" ensures that you will never need to turn to another vet for specific primary care needs. We can help your pet through services such as:
Dental Care - From annual checkups and teeth cleanings to treatment of dental or oral conditions, we can help your pet maintain a healthy oral cavity and a mouthful of strong teeth for many years to come.
General Preventative Care - Prevention of illnesses and other dangers may be the most important aid you can give your pet. We can play a vital role in this effort by providing regular wellness exams, vaccinations, microchipping, pest and parasite prevention and other important forms of preventative care.
Surgery - When your pet needs surgery, entrust him to Trinity Pet Hospital. Dr. Kerolos can perform everything from routine spay and neuter surgery to delicate eye surgery, orthopedic surgery, tumor removal and emergency surgery.
External Medicine - From dermatology to ear infection treatment, our Laguna Hills veterinarian can treat a variety of external ailments, irritations, infections and injuries.
Internal Medicine - When your pet is sick, we can help. Rely on Trinity Pet Hospital for diagnosis and treatment of kidney failure, liver problems, cardiopulmonary conditions, cancer, digestive disorders, urinary blockages and viral or bacterial infections.
Home Care Recommendations - We can help you help you pet thrive between vet visits by recommending lifestyle changes, special diets, nutritional supplementation, exercise programs and dental hygiene practices.
Don't settle just any veterinary clinic when your pet's health and happiness are at stake. We invite you to learn all you can about the Trinity Pet Hospital difference. Get started today by calling 949-768-1314 or scheduling an initial visit through our online form.
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