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Welcome to Pawspice and Animal Oncology Consultation Service

 

Mission Statement

Pawspice is committed to the highest standard of compassionate cancer treatment and end of life palliative care to advanced stage and terminal pets by providing a unique Quality of Life Care Program.

Philosophy

As pets get older the human-animal bond gets stronger. Many books, articles and even cards describe the love and devotion that animal companions have for their owners, but overlook the dedication that pet owners have for their animal family members. Pawspice partners with pet owners and their referring veterinarians to challenge their pet's cancer and other terminal illness with a positive and compassionate approach. Supporting the heartfelt emotions of the family while providing quality of life and comfort for their deeply loved animal companions.

Values

  • The patient's needs will be the focus of primary concern at all times.
     
  • The best outcomes will be realized through the partnership of our staff, the patient's families and referring veterinarians.
     
  • We are never complacent. We continually strive to insure that we are doing everything possible in the best interest of our patients and their families.
     
  • Treatment will be conducted in compliance with the highest ethical standards.
     

Dr. Alice Villalobos
Hermosa Beach and Woodland Hills Veterinarian | Pawspice and Animal Oncology Consultation Service

OFFICE HOURS

By Appointment Only

Tuesday Clinic
Pawspice, Hermosa Beach 562-493-5025

Wednesday Clinic
Animal Oncology, Woodland Hills 818-712-0060

 

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  • ""Any glimpse into the life of an animal quickens our own and makes it so much the larger and better in every way.""
    John Muir

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