Monterey Park Animal Hospital 
2314 S Atlantic Blvd.,
Monterey Park CA 91754
(323) 722-9692
Accessible Site Monday-Friday 8:00 am-7:00 pm  |  Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Emergency Mail: mpahvet@gmail.com Home Directions Education
CT Scan
Tracheal Stent
Our services:

Wellness Exams

Internal Medicine/ Cardiology

General & Orthopedic Surgery

CT Scan with Radiologist

Gastroscopy, Colonoscopy

Ultrasound

Digital X - Rays

Low Cost Spay / Neuter

Dentistry / Root Canal

Puppy / Kitten Vaccine Package

Microchip Implantation

Ear Cropping

Tracheal Stent Placement

Stem Cell Regenerative Therapy

Avian Exotic Medicine

Avian Grooming

Gastroscopy / Colonoscopy is a non invasive technique to obtain biopsy samples and removing polyps and small tumors.

Indications: Regurgitation, foreign body, Stricture, Vomiting, Haematemesis, Melaena, Gastric foreign body, Feeding tube placement, Small bowel diarrhea, Vomiting, Melaena, Feeding tube placement, Large bowel diarrhea, Tenesmus, Hematochezia, Stricture, Vascular anomalies, Neoplasia, Foreign bodies, Ulcers, Hypertrophic- pylorogastropathy, Fluid analysis, Neoplasia, Gastro-esophageal-intussusception, Inflammatory Bowel Disease.


Echocardiography is used to show the structure of the heart walls, chambers and valves, Cardiac pathologies as pericardial effusion, Tumors, valvular abnormalities, septal defects and more.

Abdominal ultrasound imaging is performed to evaluate the:

Kidneys,liver,gallbladder, pancreas, Spleen, blood vessels of the abdomen.

Ultrasound is used to help diagnose a variety of conditions, such as:

Abdominal pain, pancreatitis, enlarged abdominal organ, stones in the kidney or bladder, portosystemic shunts, needle biopsies in which needles are used to extract a sample of cells from organs for laboratory testing.

Pregnancy check and foetal development.


Tracheal stents are solid or hollow absorbable or nonabsorbable tubes of various shapes, sizes, and materials. Stents are used as primary treatment for lumen collapse or to stabilize a reconstructive effort of the larynx or trachea to prevent collapse.

CT Scan is very useful in diagnosing disorders of the head, spine, joints, soft tissues, and bone. Common conditions diagnosed are nasal and sinus problems, middle and inner ear disorders, tumor detection and localization for surgical planning, musculoskeletal and skull trauma, spinal disease, thoracic metastasis evaluation, and evaluation of degenerative problems in some joints.   

Nail Trim- Avian patients are often presented for a nail trim due to the pain they are causing their owners during handling. For some birds trimming only the point of the nail may be sufficient but you must determine if the length of the nail needs to be trimmed. At times nails will overgrow into a semi-circle or even a circle causing the bird not to be able to perch.

Beak Trim- An overgrown beak can create problems for the bird to pick up food eat. It may result in split or broken beak.

Wing Clip- Having a pet birds wings trimmed routeinly can help in preventing height when flying, aids in training, prevent dominance and avoids danger such a crashing into windows.


Avian Grooming
Excessive wear of incisors
Restored incisors
Fractured canine tooth
Root Canal
Restored canine tooth

Dental Restoration and Root canal procedures are the various ways your veterinarian can replace or restore pet’s broken teeth or missing parts of your pet’s tooth structure, or structures that need to be removed. This is to prevent decay that may cause pain in the future. Fillings are the most common type of dental restoration. They fill a cavity in your pet’s teeth with tooth-colored plastic and glass materials called composite resin fillings.






A root canal is performed when the soft inner part of a tooth, known as the pulp, is injured or becomes inflamed or infected.

Ultrasound
Gastroscopy / Colonoscopy
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