VCA West Los Angeles announced today that it will open its newly-constructed animal hospital early this year. For the past 14 months, construction crews have been hard at work on VCA West L.A.'s new hospital at 1900 South Sepulveda Boulevard, just a few blocks south of its current location. The facility will be nearly 42,000 square feet, house state of the art treatment equipment, and provide parking for over 230 vehicles, all of which make it the largest small-animal hospital in the western United States.

"For nearly 30 years, VCA West L.A. has provided the highest quality animal treatment and customer care in Los Angeles," said Dr. David Bruyette, VCA West L.A. Medical Director. "Our new facility will elevate our medical care and hospitality even further, and we're excited to bring this level of veterinarian services to the pet owners and referring veterinarians of West Los Angeles and surrounding areas."

The new VCA West L.A. facility will house a rare linear accelerator room to treat cancer patients, MRI and CT equipment, a physical therapy center including hydrotherapy treatment, state-of-the-art surgical suites, bone marrow transplant technology, pituitary tumor surgery facilities, alternative and holistic medicine specialists, and Board Certified Specialists in all areas of medical treatment.

There will be two open houses early this year in celebration of the new VCA West L.A. facility; one of which will be for the general public, the other for individuals working in the veterinary industry as well as public officials.

About VCA West Los Angeles VCA has over 600 neighborhood animal hospitals in the U.S. and Canada and over 1,900 Primary Care Veterinarians as well as 36 Specialty Hospitals with over 200 Board Certified Specialists who provide services in oncology, dentistry, surgery, orthopedics, diagnostic imaging, stem cell therapy and more. VCA West Los Angeles serves as a general practice animal hospital for the West Los Angeles area, a specialty treatment facility, a referral hospital for veterinarians in Southern California, and as a teaching hospital to provide post-graduate education for veterinarians. For more information visit

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