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Amigo Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital owned by Dr. Anna Mata and Dr. Angel Tapia. AAH strives to educate pet owners on preventative/wellness veterinary medicine and dental care. We strongly believe that by partnering with our clients, we will ensure a long, happy life for you and your pet. AAH is excited to have the opportunity to provide exceptional veterinary care and look forward to working with all of our patients, big and small!
It's so nice to walk in and have the staff know you and your pets. We moved our two old pups from Banfield (had used amigo for saying goodbye to our military working fog, and for Our new adopted shelter dogs), and I'm glad I did. Amigo takes the time to help you file insurance paperwork and to get to know your pets. They realize they are more than just a $$ sign, they are a family member.
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