Prevention

Medications that protect against heartworm require a prescription from a veterinarian. Every clinic differs, some only need a wellness exam so ensure your pet is healthy and can take the medication. Sometimes a clinic requires a heartworm antigest test (a blood test sent out to the lab) to make sure your pet tests negative. Call the clinic to see their preferred process.


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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

COVID 19 Hours

Monday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Tuesday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Wednesday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Thursday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Friday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Saturday:

8am-8pm Available by phone/email, 9am-2pm Open for exams, 3pm-8pm Phone and Telemedicine Consults

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "I love Hancock Park Vet!!! I've had to take my dog there for emergencies and for routine check ups and they always do an amazing job!"
    - Sierra W. Los Angeles, CA