VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital

1900 S Sepulveda Blvd Los AngelesCA90025
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Offering veterinarians and emergency veterinarians services.

We provide 24 hour emergency services, primary care services such as vaccinations, health exams, preventive care, and surgery, and specialty services such as behavior, oncology, internal medicine, ophthalmology, and radiology.
by localguides on May 16, 2016 from localguides


• Caring for your pets the way we care for our own
• Experienced & knowledgeable veterinarians, technicians and staff
• Highest level of care for your pet
• Specialty Services by appointment (Referral Only)
by Citysearch on December 03, 2018 from Citysearch

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VCA killed ny dog:
I hope this post helps dogs owners in general to avoid my mistake.
As I've posted to this page a few weeks ago, when my 12 years old GS Big lost control of his back legs. He did x-rays, ultrasound and a spine MRI scan to find out the cause of his issue. In the end, we found out that he was a healthy older GS with an inflammation on his spine cord due to several slipped discs. In a way, we felt relieved that this would be treatable and with physiotherapy and acupuncture he would recover over time. The doctor Sammut Veronique DVM at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital prescribed Prednisone 10mg, a steroid that would help with the inflammation. He was supposed to take twice a day for 10 days and then once a day for another month. There was never a follow-up from the hospital to check on him after the drug was prescribed.

Two and half weeks into the treatment (including physiotherapy), Big died in his sleep.

When the drug was prescribed, the doctor explained to us the side effects of this drug: increased thirst and urination, increased hunger, panting, all that my Big showed during the treatment. But they didn't tell me that Prednisone also can cause blood clots. Now I know that my healthy best friend was killed by this awful drug. I'm sure that with the alternative treatments, he would had recovered over time and I would still have him alive today. As always, the drugs that are supposed to help us, cause more harm than good. I trusted the doctor and gave my baby a drug that was supposed to help him and I'm left with the feeling that I failed him and his trust on me.

RIP my beloved Big 5/23/2004 - 6/23/2016
by Vrf792 on June 26, 2016
Ms Samuals:
I read this report with interest as we can find no one with this name in our database. I would be happy to help Ms Samuals determine who in fact saw her pet if I had the correct information. Its also possible that she is simply confused.

David Bruyette DVMD ACVIM
by davebruyette on February 03, 2009
Dr. David Bruyette is a QUACK!!!:
Bruyette is rude and indefferent. He seemed to care less about my dog. She had been vometing and had diarrhea. He examined her but couldn't begin to come to any reasonable conclusion. Kept saying she had Hyperthyroidism or some kind of complicated adrenal problem. One of the student interns examined her, took her tempeature and pulled me aside to tell me she had a mild case of heatstroke, probably over stressed. He told me how to cool her down and to take her home and give her lots of water, air conditioning and make sure she rests. .She's fine. Bruyette wanted to keep her for upwards of a week and possibly perform surgery. When he noticed me leaving he told me in no uncertain terms never to come back and told the receptionist to make sure and collect for my bill before I leave. He charged me $175 for his lousy advise. I took her to another Vet just to be safe and he told me the same thing (mild heatstroke) and didn't even charge me for the visit. Whatever you do don't go to VCA or this HACK DAVID BRUYETTE!!!

by Judith Samuals on April 28, 2008

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Editorial Review by Citysearch Staff:
Provides medical care, surgical services and specialized treatments including spay/neutering, internal medicine, advanced diagnostic testing, boarding and grooming.
by by Contributor at Citysearch on October 05, 2008 from Citysearch

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by Citysearch on December 12, 2015 from Citysearch
Please call us today for more information about our emergency and specialty services.:
At VCA, your pet's health is our top priority and excellent service is our goal. We treat each pet knowing it is an extension of your family. Our dedicated staff of veterinarians, board certified specialists, and technicians strive each day to give your pet the very best in medical care. We understand how important it is to have a local veterinarian you can trust and who, most importantly,...
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Offering veterinarians and emergency veterinarians services., We provide 24 hour emergency services, primary care services such as vaccinations, health exams, preventive care, and surgery, and specialty services such as behavior, oncology, internal medicine, ophthalmology, and radiology.
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