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For over 30 years of practice, Melrose - La Brea Animal Hospital has helped thousands of dogs, cats, birds and other pets achieve happier, healthier lives from our Los Angeles office. Our staff treats pets like family. We look forward to building a relationship with you as your life-long pet care provider.
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Dr. Edd Jordan
Los Angeles Veterinarian | Melrose-La Brea Animal Hospital | 323-937-2334
7116 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
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Although it can be a bit pricey- I'm getting the best care... And, for my puppy- I wouldn't settle for anything less. You can tell, even meeting him for the first time, that he loves animals... And will take great care of your pet... As he does mine. Highly recommended.
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