Walk-ins & Emergencies Welcome. Now accepting in person appts. 

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Address

4250 E. Chapman Ave.
Orange, CA 92869

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Business Hours

M–F: 8am – 6pm
Sat. OPENING SOON!
Closed Sun.

Phone & Fax

Ph: (714) 633-9780
Fax: (714) 639-8748

Meet our team

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Curbside Check-In

Curbside Service     *Please wait in the parking lot unless you have made prior arrangements* Once you have booked your appointment, please complete your curbside check-in form online or download and print it for submission upon your arrival.  Once you...

COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures

COVID-19 Protocol Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic East Chapman Veterinary Center has developed a streamlined protocol to keep our clients and staff safe, including: 1. Staying up to date on the best practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.   2. Implemeted...

Non-Anesthetic Dental

Our unique non-anesthetic dental program will provide your pet with a safe and comfortable environment in which we can gently clean any build up above and below the gum line. We effectively machine polish your pet’s teeth to bring back the luster and shine and slow...

Anesthetic Dental

An annual visit for a veterinary dental cleaning is an important part of your pet’s oral health care program. Annual dental procedures under general anesthesia allow your veterinarian to visually examine each tooth and use a dental probe around each tooth, in addition...

Comprehensive Dental

Comprehensive Dental Comprehensive Dental According to the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC), most cats and dogs show some signs of periodontal disease by the age of 3. Periodontal disease is the most common condition occurring in adult cats and dogs. Other...