Clients Have Commented:
“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.”
Trust your 4 legged friend with Dr. Jordan
“What I like about Dr. Jordan is his old school approach to veterinary care. Recently, my puppy had some spots on his skin. Another vet initially checked him out, did a skin scrape but found nothing. Sent us home…well, we wanted a second opinion. Dr. Jordan’s knowledge was phenomenal. He immediately suggested what needs to be done. We took him up on his recommendations and we saw the results within a short time. And he’s absolutely wonderful with us and our dog. Highly recommended.”
“Dr. Jordan really took the time to listen to all the symptoms and changes my sick cat was going through, not like some vets who seem to think they know your pet’s problem before you can tell them anything. He was very nice, and really kept me informed about how my cat was doing throughout his hospitalization, and was easily accessible and helpful when I had questions. Recommended.”
Best Vet in WeHo
“Excellent doctor who is certified in many states. He is a fountain of information and extremely helpful! Definitely recommended.”
“Dr. Edd Jordan has been a Member In Good Standing with the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association (SCVMA) since April of 1970. Through the years he has been called upon to assist this association with its public anti-rabies dog vaccination program on numerous occasions in various communities in Southern California.
In this capacity, Dr. Jordan is among a very limited number of veterinarians who have worked so many public clinics on behalf of SCVMA and contributed strongly to the control of rabies in the southland’s domestic pet population.
In recognition of his long service and sustained membership in the SCVMA, Dr. Edd Jordan was honored with a SCVMA Life Membership in 2005”
Southern California Veterinary Medical Association