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The Aliso Beach Animal Clinic has been serving the community of Laguna Beach, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, and surrounding areas of South Orange County for over 25 years. Dr. Caroline George and her husband, Dr. Edgar Church, purchased the Aliso Beach Animal Clinic in August of 2014.
Aliso Beach Animal Clinic is a full service animal hospital which excels in companion animal medicine, surgery and dentistry. We will take emergencies during business hours. Dr. Caroline George and Dr. Edgar Church have years of experience treating complicated veterinary conditions and offering regular pet wellness care.
Our clinic is clean, convenient and easily accessible in the Aliso Beach Shopping Center across the street from The Montage Resort in Laguna Beach.
The veterinarians and staff at Aliso Beach Animal Clinic treat each pet like family by providing quality, compassionate and professional veterinary care.
Dr. Caroline George and Dr. Edgar Church
Laguna Beach Veterinarian | Aliso Beach Animal Clinic | (949) 499-4190
30816 Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Emergency After Hour Care
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