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We are located in beautiful 4S Ranch and have been serving the community since 2007. It is our mission to treat each and every patient in our hospital with care and compassion, as if they were our own. Our motto, "Providing individualized pet care by design," is one that each of our staff members, including Dr. Bruce L. Barnes and Dr. Brian R. Massey, strongly support and work to uphold daily. By taking into account the individual needs of each and every patient, our goal is to design the best veterinary care necessary to keep your pet strong, happy and healthy!
16625 Dove Canyon Road, Suite #106, (858) 487-PAWS (7297)
We would like to introduce our groomer "Amanda" she has made a smooth transition here at our facility and can't wait to meet your pets.
We are excited to bring the very latest advancements in veterinary medicine to our patients which include,
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4 Paws Animal Hospital is an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). We will regularly undergo inspections by AAHA to ensure that we comply with the association’s high quality standards of care. Our latest accreditation took place in September 2011 where we passed with flying colors! These standards cover nearly every aspect of our hospital including: surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, pet health records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental and nursing care, diagnostic imaging, and anesthesiology. Approximately 15 percent of animal hospitals in North America are accredited by AAHA. This is a great honor to share with our clients and patients!
Dr. Bruce Barnes
4 Paws Animal Hospital | 858-487-7297
16625 Dove Canyon Road Ste 106
San Diego, CA 92127
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I am so grateful for Dr. Barnes and his staff. He has cared for our family dogs for many years. He is so thorough and explains everything. I value his experience.
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