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Welcome to the official website for Bay Park Clinic, your pet's all-in-one health and wellness resource in San Diego CA. We know how important your best friend is to you, and that's why we want to serve as your family's best friend when it comes to keeping that furry family member healthy and happy for many years to come. We hope you'll take a moment to explore this website in detail, get a good idea of the many services and techniques we can provide, and then schedule an in-person visit so we can get to know each other!
From the first few weeks of a life well into the senior years, your pet's health and wellness needs change and evolve. That's why you want to make sure that your San Diego veterinary clinic can accommodate all of those needs, challenges, and phases of life. Here at Bay Park Veterinary Clinic, we maintain a full suite of services and techniques to help your pet thrive, including:
It takes a great veterinary team to provide great veterinary care, and Bay Park Veterinary Clinic delivers. Dr. Crosby Roper, who has owned and operated our clinic since 1993, insists on the highest standards of care for all our patients, adding his own specialized knowledge of ultrasonography, acupuncture, and endoscopy to our repertoire. Dr. Eric Posthumus, who has been with our clinic since 2011, is a graduate of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and a skilled provider of diagnostic ultrasound, soft tissue surgery, and internal medicine. Dr. Dan Frankel adds greatly to our skill set as a board-certified veterinary surgery specialist. These practitioners are supported by a tremendous team, all of them here for one reason -- to help pets just like yours.
Learn more about the many ways Bay Park Veterinary Clinic can enhance your pet's life. Use our online scheduler or call 619-276-1616 to schedule a visit to our San Diego clinic!
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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