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Hospitalization – Coronado Pet Hospital
There are certain situations that may require a pet to be hospitalized. At Coronado Pet Hospital, we know this can be a stressful time for you and your pet, so we want you to rest assured that your loved one is good hands.
The duration of hospitalization can vary depending on the condition of the pet, as well as the nature of their illness. Our state of the art facility is fully equipped with a laboratory, radiography department and climate controlled habitats, Coronado Pet Hospital is the perfect place to get your furry, feathered, or scaled friend healthy and back home to you as soon as possible!
Questions or concerns about hospitalizing your pet? Call us today at 505-771-3311!