Welcome to Corona Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Corona, CA
Call us at 951-735-1642

If you have an after-hours emergency, please contact:

California Veterinary Specialists at (909) 947-3600

Website: www.californiaveterinaryspecialists.com

Address: 2409 S.Vineyard Ave, Ste O, Ontario, CA

Welcome to Corona Animal Hospital, serving the Corona, Norco, Yorba Linda, and Eastvale communities!

Our philosophy at Corona Animal Hospital is to treat each client and patient with care and respect, to offer the highest quality services at a fair price, and to educate the client about different diseases and reasons behind each diagnostic test recommended.

The last thing we want is for people to feel like they were deceived, the bill was run up, or certain services or products were recommended because they were the most expensive. Clients should be able to trust their veterinarian and staff, and deserve to feel comfortable with where their pet is treated. Our goal is not to be the biggest or most profitable veterinary clinic in town, but to practice the best medicine regardless of revenue. The question that we ask ourselves with each and every patient is this: if this dog or cat were a member of my family, what tests or treatment would I do? What are the different options in a case like this?The answers to those questions are the only ones we offer to our clients.

We urge our staff to anthropomorphize our patients (i.e. view each pet with human qualities, such as the ability to feel pain, stress, discomfort, etc.). By doing so, we are more attentive to their needs and wants, and our level of care is held to the highest standard. Simple things such as extra bedding (especially for our older arthritic patients), fresh clean water at all times, and human affection/interaction can make a significant difference in the pet's comfort.

In order to provide you with the highest quality service, the hospital has undergone tremendous upgrades since new ownership took over in 2010. This includes installation of brand new digital X-ray, dental digital X-ray, ultrasound, anesthesia equipment, and in-house laboratory machines. Our state-of-the-art equipment provides us with the ability to more accurately diagnose disease in a timely manner. All anesthetized patients are fully monitored using our ECG, blood pressure, and pulse oximetry machines.

At Corona Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Jason Lee

Dr. Kristin De La Paz

Corona Veterinarian | Corona Animal Hospital | 951-735-1642

1565 Yorba St
Corona, CA 92882


Read What Our Clients Say

  • ""This is a wonderful office. I am very protective of my 3 cats and I feel this is the best animal hospital in the Corona area. Dr. Lee is fantastic and the office staff is competent, understanding, and helpful. Dr. Lee is knowledgeable and has updated the hospital with new lab equipment. . I highly recommend this place!""

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