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“We came for a second opinion and Coastal cut out half of the medications our old vet had us give and not only is our dog happier than ever, we are saving a ton of money.”Jason S.
“I was 1 year old and already 90 lbs. Other dogs made fun of me at the beach and it hurt to run. Coastal quickly diagnosed my thyroid condition. Now I’m down to 56 lbs and feel great!”Baker Barnes
“Coastal is great. Their office is modern and friendly. They do their best to always see us on time. I never feel like I am being pitched services or tests that probably aren’t necessary. We refer everyone we know to them.”Sarah A.
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Modern Wellness Program
Keeping your pet healthy is not a mystery. There actually is a formula that can help you and your pet avoid the most common pitfalls that we see day in and day out.
We Do House Calls
We not only offer top-notch medicine, surgery and preventative care, but we also offer the convenience of having most vet services performed right in your own home.
About Dr. Evans
Dr. Brian Evans is a San Diego native. He moved away to begin the pursuit of his undergraduate and veterinary degree from the University of California, Davis. He completed his B.S. in Biology: Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior.
After receiving his veterinary degree he set off to New York City where he was trained by some of the top veterinarians in emergency and internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, cardiology, neurology, pathology, exotics, and radiology.
About Dr. Bishop
Dr. Bishop attended UC Davis and graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Evolution and Ecology. After graduation he briefly pursued a career in wildlife filmmaking, but ultimately decided he wanted go back to school and achieve his dream of becoming a veterinarian.
In 2009, he returned to UC Davis and began courses at the School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation he completed a rigorous internship at the Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island, in New York. There he worked with specialists in internal medicine, surgery, neurology, emergency and critical care, ophthalmology, dentistry, oncology, dermatology, analgesia and anesthesia, and avian and exotic Medicine.
About Dr. Tedder
Dr. Tedder grew up in southern California but traded his surfboard in for a snowboard when he attended Colorado State University. In 2001 he graduated with a BS. in Microbiology and Chemistry and began epidemiology research for the university. He aided in developing a rapid diagnostic test for horses with Strangles. Through field work and interaction with veterinarians, he quickly fell in love with veterinary medicine and, despite his allergy to cats, decided to pursue a career in small animal medicine.
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