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Providing you the best equine health care possible.
At, Southern California Equine Hospital, we understand that the relationship between a person and their horse is extremely special. People need and want a place they trust. A place they know will put the needs and care of their horse first. We understand that, and offer a full surgical and medical facility that provides cutting edge and progressive technologies for diagnosis and treatment in any situation. Working with you to help your horse feel better, perform better and stay healthier.
We know that managing your horse is a team effort and we would like to be part of that team, whether in a supporting role to assist your veterinarian through consultations, emergency assistance, shared technologies, and advanced surgical or medical procedures or as your primary veterinarian.
If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, call 951-737-1615 or visit us at:
Southern California Equine Hospital | 951-737-1615
875 6th Street
Norco, CA 92860
Dr. Wan and his team have always gone above and beyond to care of our family's horses for over 15 years. We wouldn't trust anyone but SoCal Equine Hospital for all our health care needs.
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