Phone Number: 714-521-3200
Fax Number: 714-521-3201
Email Address:

Welcome to Walker Street Dog & Cat Hospital

Your pets we care!

Office Hours

MON-FRI: 8am – 6pm
SAT: 8am – 1pm
SUNDAY: Closed

Emergency Numbers


Experienced Veterinarians

We are committed to providing your pets with top quality veterinary care.

Make an Appointment

Call us today to schedule an appointment for your pet.

Contact Us

We are at your service, call us at 714-521-3200, or email us at

Meet our Experienced Team of Veterinary Professionals

Dr. Lee

DVM, MS, Accredited

We Value Relationships

To serve our clients and patients in a professional and kind manner; to let our clients know they are valued and to develop long-term relationships with our clients and their pets.

Care Through All Life Stages

To provide excellent care to our patients throughout all stages of their lives; to foster long term relationships between clients, patients, and doctors; to promote wellbeing and preventative care; and to provide a professional, courteous atmosphere for our clients.

Strengthening Bonds

To strive to promote the human-animal bond by improving and comfortably prolonging the lives of the animals we care for, while serving and educating our clients to make each visit enjoyable, educational, and beneficial to both you and your pets.

Unsurpassed Service

To strengthen the bond between humans and their pets by providing unsurpassed veterinary service in a caring environment.

Promoting Health & Wellbeing

To promote health and wellbeing in our patients, alleviate illness, pain, and suffering, and to support pet owners and our community.

Quality Care

To provide our patients, clients, and community with the highest quality veterinary medical treatment, friendly and caring service, and personalized care.

Leading the future of veterinary medicine

Offering internal medicine, dentistry and surgery.

What Our Clients Say About Us

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