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Bay Park Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital located near Mission Hills, Point Loma and downtown San Diego. The practice has been serving the San Diego community for over 70 years. We are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, a distinction awarded to fewer than 18% of practices in north America. We have also received a “Best of San Diego” Award for veterinarians. When you come to Bay Park Veterinary Clinic, you can expect a warm greeting from our staff and the best possible care for your pets.
We offer a complete range of services for dogs and cats including wellness plans, dentistry, internal medicine and surgery. We are fully equipped with digital x-ray, dental x-ray and diagnostic ultrasound. We are one of the very few practices in San Diego county that offer minimally invasive laparoscopic and endoscopic services. These procedures greatly reduce the discomfort our patients experience when undergoing routine procedures such as spays and biopsies of internal organs.
We understand that like people, pets can be fearful when they go to the doctor so our entire staff is trained in low-stress techniques for handling pets.
We strongly believe in working closely with our clients to provide an optimal level of care for their pets. We stress the importance of routine preventive care, dental health, parasite prevention and proper nutrition and help our clients to recognize the warning signs of illness in their pets. A well-informed pet owner makes for a healthier, happier pet.
That’s what we are all about. We would be delighted to welcome you and your pet to Bay Park. We think you will like what you see.
Crosby Roper, VMD
Eric Posthumus, DVM
San Diego Veterinarian | Bay Park Veterinary Clinic | 619-276-1616
3024 Hancock St.
San Diego, CA 92110
Dr Roper and his staff provide excellent care and are so kind! Been taking our dog there for 14.5 years!
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