The WesternU Pet Health Center we will be closed from December 19th thru January 3rd for Winter break. We will return to normal hours on January 4th. For appointments in January visit our website @ pethealthcenter.westernu.edu. or use the MyPetsWellness mobile app. If you need immediate care for your pet please call VCA Central @ 909-981-2855 or California Veterinary Specialist @ 909-947-3600. If you need after hour or emergency care please call Emergency Pet Hospital of Glendora @ 626-594-0356 or Corona Animal Emergency @ 951-482-5137. We hope you have a safe and joyous holiday season.
A message to our valued customers
The health and safety of our clients, patients and staff members is always a top priority here at WesternU Pet Health Center (PHC). With the growing concern of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), it is important that we keep both our clients and staff safe, while still providing your pet family member with the care they may need. We will be conducting PHC curbside service. This service is designed for you to bring your pet to the clinic with medical safety in mind. Please call the clinic @ (909) 865-2433 to inquire how this service works. We are also temporally changing our appointment hours to Monday thru Friday 9am-3pm, Saturday 8am-3pm, in order to do our part in keeping our community, university, staff and clients safe. We hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe during this difficult time.
Because protecting your pet’s health is our most important job, we have a complete in-house veterinary diagnostic laboratory that allows us to perform a wide range of tests on blood, urine, feces and biopsied tissue.
Radiographs, or X-rays, are one of the most common and useful diagnostic tools in medicine. After performing a thorough examination, veterinary diagnostic tests are sometimes necessary to identify the underlying cause of your pet’s illness.
Vaccinations are vital to the health and protection of your pet, and serve as a preventive measure to combating viral diseases like Parvovirus, Parainfluenza virus, Distemper, Lyme, Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus and Rabies.
Finding the right pet food can be confusing to say the least. Here at WesternU Pet Health Center our recommendations for feeding your pet centers on a philosophy that looks to the science of nutrition. We’re here to help.