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Computerized Computer Records
In 2014, we updated our PC framework moving from paper records to computerized "paperless" records. These redesigns will enable our staff to speak with you (telephone, email, content, fax) and all the more completely analyze and treat your pet(s) in the 21st century.
Fundamental Oil treatment
The quality fundamental oils of Young Living can help in the treatment of different conditions our fuzzy friends and family experience the ill effects of.
Ultrasound
We as of late added our ultrasound machine to enhance our demonstrative capacities. Ultrasound is a method for seeing what lies underneath the surface by sending sound waves into it and making a picture
Computerized Radiography (X-Ray)
We as of late updated our radiograph machine to not exclusively to enhance the wellbeing for our pets and staff, yet to enhance the nature of the photos taken. The nature of the pictures presently enables our specialists to enhance finding without retaking the picture.

Our Team

Dr.Dan Frankel
Consulting Surgery Specialist
Born and raised in the Washington, DC area, Dr. Dan Frankel graduated from Amherst College in Massachusetts in 1993. He then spent a year training horses and teaching skiing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming prior to attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. There he earned numerous academic awards including the Scholarship for Highest Academic Achievement in Veterinary Medicine.
Karen Klinger
Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Karen Klinger came to Mission Valley Pet Clinic in 2006. Dr. Klinger grew up in Ohio and attended Ohio University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in zoology in 1990. She went on to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State University in 1994. After graduating, Dr. Klinger moved to Washington DC for six years where she worked with two veterinary practices before moving to San Diego in 2000.
Helen Green
Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Helen Green was born in New York and grew up on Long Island. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from C.W. Post College. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee School of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. She worked as a small animal practitioner in Knoxville for one year prior to moving to San Diego. In San Diego, she worked for many years at North Park Veterinary Hospital until taking over Mission Valley Pet Clinic in 2002.

Testimonial

The Doctors, Techs and Front Desk staff are in every case cordial, proficient, extremely educated and treat my mutts with the most extreme consideration. Their sympathy and love of creatures dependably demonstrate forward and I could never take my pooches wherever else for routine consideration. I even have the staff cut my canines nails. I…
Luese Jhon
Veterinary Mediciner
The Doctors, Techs and Front Desk staff are in every case cordial, proficient, extremely educated and treat my mutts with the most extreme consideration. Their sympathy and love of creatures dependably demonstrate forward and I could never take my pooches wherever else for routine consideration. I even have the staff cut my canines nails. I…
Jhone Thomas
Assistant Veterian