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Old 02-24-2011, 10:23 AM
 
Location: El Segundo/All of South Bay up to Palos Verdes
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Hell, I don't know. What i do know is, my sister from South OC was with me one day when I had my dog vaccinated, and she couldn't believe how much cheaper the charges were compared to what she pays for her dogs.
Hey, thats good enough for me!
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Old 02-25-2011, 01:30 AM
 
Location: Southern California
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Smile Vets, new dog in Riverside county

I rescued my newest dog in a similar way: previous owner did not have time to give me vet records or microchip info. The vet should not have any issues - they usually just appreciate that you are caring for your animals health. I got her licensed with the City of Riverside & they charged me a "penalty" fee because she had been living in my home longer than 2 months. They didn't question my ownership at all.
I have been going to my current vet for 15 years & he is wonderful. If Riverside is closer to you here is his info:
Animal Hospital of Riverside - Dr. H. Park
11748 Magnolia Ave # A, Riverside, CA 92503-4955
(951) 689-5533 ‎
The vet tech also told me that the local Animal Shelter can scan the microchip & give you the info.
Good Luck!
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Old 02-25-2011, 06:49 AM
 
Location: Declezville, CA
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How much was the penalty? Fontana charged me a $10 penalty for waiting a month to get her a license after having her inoculated.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:03 AM
 
Location: El Segundo/All of South Bay up to Palos Verdes
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I got her licensed with the City of Riverside & they charged me a "penalty" fee because she had been living in my home longer than 2 months. They didn't question my ownership at all.
I have been going to my current vet for 15 years & he is wonderful. If Riverside is closer to you here is his info:
Animal Hospital of Riverside - Dr. H. Park
11748 Magnolia Ave # A, Riverside, CA 92503-4955
(951) 689-5533 ‎
The vet tech also told me that the local Animal Shelter can scan the microchip & give you the info.
Good Luck!
Thanks K9Kat9, like I told Fontucky, anywhere in the IE vs LA, since I don't live that way anymore., so I appreciate the info., and any info since its good to know what your dealing with....

Question, How do they know if the animals been living w/you a certain time, when they do their sweeps in you neighborhood/city? or maybe a neighbor snitching on you? We only procranstinated because my husband wasn't working & I couldn't quite afford it, now I'm ready to square away everything....
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:37 AM
 
Location: Columbia, California
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We othen go to the state run I think it is called golden state humane animal hospital. They do neuter/spaying. Dental cleaning and tooth removal. But they do not do blood tests. What they do do for animals is cheap thou. They did our chip implant for the dog at cost. Lowest cost we found for vaccinations is clinics held at the park or in front of petco.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:45 PM
 
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I need a low income veterinarian in or near Riverside, my dog has a cauliflower growth in her mouth.
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Old 11-06-2015, 10:19 PM
 
Location: IE CA.
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The best vet is rialto animal clinic in rialto. They are absolutely wonderful. But for low cost I went to SB Humane Society. They really do care. ER vet is in Grand Terrace animal hospital and they open about 6 pm and close at anbout 7 or 8 am. The visit fee is 65$ but this is emergencies. You might try to get care credit. I did and its been a life saver.
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