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Veterinary Services

Trident Veterinary Hospital Offers A Full-Service Veterinary Clinic

At Trident Veterinary Hospital, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Poway area and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet remains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.

To learn more about the many services our veterinary clinic offers, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us or call us at (858) 668-5393

  1. Veterinary Services

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  2. Dog Pain Management

    Much like seeing your children in pain, it’s difficult to see your dog struggling, and sometimes it’s challenging to even notice since they don’t vocalize it. If your dog is acting out of character and you suspect they might be in pain, you’ve probably already turned to the internet for answers.

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  3. Cat Preventive Care

    Cats are very stoic creatures. By the time your cat is hiding or showing other signs that something is wrong, the disease is usually advanced. Your cat has likely been suffering for a while, and your vet bill will be bigger than if we’d caught the issue earlier.

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  4. Cat Pain Management

    No pet parent wants to see their feline friend in pain. Unfortunately, much like humans, cats can experience pain for many reasons.

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  5. Dog Dental Care

    As diligent as many dog owners are about everything from parasite prevention to wellness exams, many people discount the importance of dog dental care.

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  6. Senior Dog Care

    Depending on the size and breed, dogs live to, on average, between 10-13 years old. And smaller dogs can live even longer. Because of that, as a responsible pet parent, you should be well versed in how to care for your aging dog to help them stay healthy well into their senior years.

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  7. Cat Dentistry

    Cat dentistry is something that veterinarians wish was more widely discussed, and the benefits of preventive care for the sake of your precious pet are touted.

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  8. Senior Cat Care

    If you’ve noticed that your cat is slowing down in their senior years, you’re probably a bit concerned, as any loving pet parent would be.

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  9. Dog Surgery

    If you’ve been told that your canine companion needs surgery, you’re likely a bit anxious. Chances are, you’ve turned to the web for answers, and we’re glad you found us.

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  10. Dog Diagnostic Imaging

    Dogs often have lumps and bumps and other things that we can see as pet owners that signal to us that it’s time for a trip to the veterinarian. However, that doesn’t tell the whole picture. Just as with humans, we need to know what’s going on inside dogs.

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  11. Cat Surgery

    Hearing your veterinarian say that your cat needs surgery is a stressful experience. Still, it’s often necessary to ensure they can correct any medical issues so your cat can continue to live their best life following recovery.

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  12. Cat Diagnostic Imaging

    Just like people, cats often need to undergo various tests when suffering from an illness or injury.

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  13. Veterinary Services For Dogs

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  14. Dog Lab Work

    If your veterinarian has told you that your dog is due for some lab work, you probably hopped online to learn more. We commend you for doing your due diligence as a concerned pet parent.

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  15. Dog Preventive Care

    Preventive care is an easy thing to shrug off as a dog parent, with the thinking that you’d rather pay a veterinarian when something is wrong. The problem with that is that pets, including dogs, are very stoic creatures.

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  16. Veterinary Services For Cats

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  17. Cat Lab Work

    Laboratory testing oratory testing is an essential part of your cat’s overall wellness, establishing a baseline for what is normal for your cat and allowing your veterinarian to detect issues early.

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