Arbor Animal Hospital - 949/551-2727

Arbor Animal Hospital   

14775 Jeffrey Rd, # Irvine, CA 92618, Suite F 

At Arbor Animal Hospital our goal is to maintain and nurture a 30 year long tradition of providing the best veterinary care we can with our dedication to technological advancement, staff and client education and, most of all, compassion and kindness toward you and your pets.

Arbor Animal Hospital was founded in 1983. Irvine was a city -in -the -making also. In fact, the entire south side of Jeffrey Road was still orange groves. The Arbor Center was 2 years old and located next to Arbor Animal Hospital was the only pet store in Irvine

As the city of Irvine has grown, so has our practice. After 30 years and four expansions, Arbor Animal Hospital is now a thriving full service hospital.

Veterinary medicine has come a long way in a quarter of a century. We have state of the art equipment and a wonderful staff of receptionists, technicians and assistants.

We are happy to say that through all the years and all the changes, we have held fast to the original intent – providing caring, high- quality veterinary services, doing well by doing good, and working to foster and enhance that precious bond between animals and their humans. 

Our location: 14775 Jeffrey Rd, # Irvine, CA 92618, Suite F

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