Caring for the Dogs & Cats in Costa Mesa, CA and Beyond!
At Newport Mesa Animal Hospital, our team is committed to empowering you to keep your pets healthy year-round, with good nutrition, preventative medicine, and exercise. We stay current on the latest advances in veterinary technology, and above all, we treat your pets like members of your family.
Pet Wellness Exams
Regular wellness exams are an essential part of keeping your pet healthy and preventing potential health issues. Our comprehensive wellness exams for dogs and cats include a thorough physical examination, vaccinations, parasite screenings, and discussions about your pet’s diet, exercise routine, and overall well-being.
By detecting and addressing any health concerns early on, we’ll ensure a long, happy, and healthy life for your furry friend. Learn more about our wellness exams for cats and dogs today.
While dogs and cats have some of the same vaccinations (like rabies and distemper), they also have different vaccination needs based on the diseases that affect their species. Our veterinarians work with you to set up a comprehensive, personalized vaccination schedule to protect your pet.
Learn more about our vaccination services today.
If your pet requires surgery, our experienced veterinary team provides exceptional care and attention to detail. We offer a wide range of surgical procedures, including spays and neuters, orthopedic surgeries, soft tissue surgeries, and tumor removals.
Our state-of-the-art surgical suite is equipped with modern monitoring equipment to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet throughout the entire procedure. Learn more about our surgery services today.
Our veterinarians quickly and painlessly implant a tiny microchip beneath your pet’s skin, which contains unique identification information.
If your pet goes missing, veterinarians, shelters, and animal control agencies scan the microchip and reunite you with your beloved companion.
It’s used to treat a variety of injuries, wounds, fractures, neurologic conditions, dermatological problems, and pain.
Whether your pet is recovering from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, the laser can provide relief and speed healing!
Convenience is important when it comes to your pet’s medications and healthcare needs. That’s why we have an in-house pharmacy and online store.
These are stocked with a comprehensive selection of prescription medications, preventive treatments, and nutraceuticals. Our veterinary professionals provide expert guidance on the proper use and dosage of medications to ensure that your pet receives the best possible care.
At Newport Mesa Animal Hospital, we offer a range of effective parasite prevention options, including flea and tick medications, heartworm preventives, and routine parasite screenings. Our veterinarians work with you to develop a customized parasite prevention plan tailored to your pet’s specific needs.
In-House Laboratory & Diagnostics
We won’t delay treatment by sending you elsewhere to diagnose your pet’s conditions. With an in-house laboratory, we’re able to identify the issues affecting your animal quickly to find the best solution for their care.
Learn more about our laboratory and diagnostics capabilities today.
Did you know that poor oral health can lead to infections? These infections can spread through the bloodstream to affect major organs, such as your pet’s liver, kidneys, and heart!
Learn more about our veterinary dental services today.
This non-invasive procedure empowers our veterinarians to identify fractures, tumors, foreign bodies, and other health concerns. Digital radiography provides quick and precise results for developing an appropriate treatment plan for your pet promptly.
These healthy habits are created at a young age for your pet and it’s up to you to help them maintain these habits. Through a good diet and proper exercise, you greatly increase your pet’s chance at a long, healthy life.
At Newport Mesa Animal Hospital, we’ll recommend diets specific to your pet’s needs.
Board-certified specialists (such as oncologists, ophthalmologists, and neurologists) have extensive experience and training in a particular area of veterinary medicine or surgery. Specialty clinics and university-affiliated referral centers have specialized equipment to perform procedures that are not routinely performed by general veterinary practitioners.
We make referral decisions because we want to ensure that you receive the highest standard of care and best possible outcome. When we refer your pet to another hospital, we continue to stay involved in their care, consulting with the treating specialist, and often, providing any needed follow-up care and rehabilitation.