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Where experienced Veterinarians provide quality medicine with compassion and care. We love animals and their owners! Our passion is helping you give your best friend a long, happy, healthy, life.

Our Mission

The team at Buena Veterinary Hospital is motivated by the joy of bringing together healthy pets and happy clients. We’re passionate about building on our legacy of delivering progressive, personalized patient care and distinctive client service, while developing active community relationships.

DENTAL CARE

We provide state-of-the-art dental care for your pet, including digital dental X-rays, scaling, and tooth extractions, if needed…
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SPAY & NEUTER

Having your pet spayed or neutered can be crucial to their long-term health as well as help reduce the number of homeless and…
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GENERAL SURGERY

In addition to spay and neuter surgeries, our veterinarians are also trained to remove masses/lumps for biopsy…
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DERMATOLOGY

Parasite prevention, ear and skin infections, itch control, and foxtail removal are some of the most common conditions our…
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BEHAVIORAL COUNSELING

Separation anxiety, aggression, inappropriate urination, and fear of loud noises or certain situations are common …
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DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

Our state-of-the-art digital X-ray machine, digital dental X-ray machine, and ultrasound can be used to aid our veterinarians…

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EYE CARE

Our pets can suffer from many of the same eye ailments as humans, such as glaucoma, corneal ulcers, and cataracts…
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WELLNESS EXAMS

A wellness exam is a routine medical examination of a patient that appears to be healthy. …

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