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Northridge Pet Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital specializing in medical care, treatment and surgeries for cats and dogs. Dr. Mei-Tal and his knowledgeable staff offer a compassionate and caring veterinary practice for all your pet's needs.
Dr. Mei-Tal has been providing exceptional veterinary care for the past 35 years and continues his knowledge of the latest veterinary medicine and procedures to ensure that all of our pet patients get the best care and prevention for incomparable long term health. We cater to each individual pet's needs.
At Northridge Pet Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Chaim Mei-Tal
Northridge Veterinarian | Northridge Pet Hospital | 818-885-8323
8615 Lindley Ave
Northridge, CA 91325
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I've been taking my dogs and cats to them since we moved here to LA since 1999 and have received excellent care in both sending our fur babies over the rainbow. Now with our current zoo they provide great care for them all!
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