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1401 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266


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The AMG Difference

High Tech Laser Surgery Techniques for Superior Recovery

As a full service veterinary hospital, we use laser surgery extensively in declaws, animal dentistry and general surgery because it seals nerve endings for pain relief, bloodless surgeries and is superior to non-laser techniques. Our staff lectures and trains other veterinarians around the world on laser techniques.

High Quality Anesthesia

Before your pet's surgery we use anesthesia and monitoring protocols that are higher in quality to many humans' HMOs. This allows safe and effective anesthesia with smooth recoveries for your pet while giving you peace of mind.

Take Comfort in Your Pet's Life with Complete Health Care

Complete health care and quality of life. We offer extensive imagery and laser surgery.

An overview of our services is below; click on a service to learn more details about how AMG provides top-quality service.

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Acupuncture is one of the four main components of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). The other components include Tui-na (massage therapy), herbal medicine and food therapy. Acupuncture alone is used to treat a variety of ailments allowing for a multi-pronged approach to your pet’s care.

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For about three months, Lady, an eight-year-old female spayed Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, experienced some unsettling symptoms. Her owner, Leslie, noticed Lady’s difficulty settling comfortably at night, an increase in panting, and Lady’s sudden disinterest in food even when offered her favorite scrumptious snacks. Within a week, Lady developed what sounded like a nasty smokers cough, especially after prolonged exercise. Leslie brought her to our practice for a physical exam and our staff promptly checked for cardiology issues.   
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CO2 Laser Surgery

Commonly used since the 1960s, Carbon Dioxide Laser Surgery is a very common form of minimally invasive surgery.  One of the earliest gas lasers developed, the CO2 laser still remains one of the most efficient and is the highest powered continuous wave laser available.
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Sometimes, keeping Tiger’s chompers healthy can feel like big job.  Luckily, our practice provides advanced veterinary dentistry services, in addition to basic dental care.  This includes routine care such as cleaning, along with treating more complicated conditions. 
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Diagnostic Imaging

As technology leads us into the future and improves our lives, diagnostic imaging is no exception.  Digital radiology gives our practice the ability to diagnose conditions almost on the spot.  This allows us to treat conditions faster and more effectively.
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In the bottom of the 7th inning, Dodger the dugout dog caught a foul ball in the mouth.  A few weeks later, the team manager brought him in because the swelling in his jaw hadn’t gone away.  We took some x-rays and discovered that Dodger cracked a tooth and developed endodontic disease.
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Flea Control

Sometimes little things can cause a big problem, like fleas.  When discussing flea control for your pet, our practice will help you review all of the options available and suggest what might work best for you and your pet.
Removing fleas from your pet and your life requires a three prong attack:
1. Our practice rids your pet of active, adult fleas
2. We attempt to stop any immature fleas from maturing into adult fleas.
3. We help you develop a plan to remove fleas from your home and yard to avoid reinfestation.
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Internal Medicine

Internal medicine is a veterinary specialty that pertains to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders in animals.  The term “internal medicine” refers to ailments going on inside of your pet’s body.  As opposed to a specialized medicine that deals with a specific area of the body, like dentistry, internal medicine looks at an animal’s whole body and whether various ailments in different parts of the body may or may not be related.  Internal Medicine may include:

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Veterinary oncology is a field that deals with cancer in your pet.  We focus on both the emotional and medical aspects of cancer.  We are there to hold your hand and skillfully guide you through the process of diagnosis, choosing the right treatment option for your pet and the treatment process. 

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Orthopedic Surgery

Mittens attempted the great leap from the top of the fridge to the kitchen stool but fell short fracturing her leg. Her owner, Steven, brought her to our practice where we diagnosed a displaced fracture requiring orthopedic surgery.

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Pain Management

When it comes to managing your pet’s pain, our practice offers the highest quality of care utilizing compassion and the most effective medical treatments available. We develop a unique pain management plan to best serve the individual needs of your pet. This plan may include pain medication, complementary treatment or a combination of both.
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Soft Tissue Surgery

Whether your pet requires soft tissue surgery as part of cancer treatment or to repair a hernia, our practice lends the highest possible level of care and expertise.  Soft tissue surgery concerns a wide variety of conditions including gastrointestinal, dermatology, urogenital and oncological surgery.  Because we know that surgery is a serious and stressful issue, when discussing the possibility of surgery, our practice seeks to develop a communicative relationship with you so you can feel at ease with your decision. 
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Therapeutic Laser Therapy

“Laser therapy” sounds a little like something from your favorite sci-fi movie. However, tested by doctors for many decades, it became a common therapy in both human and animal medicine about 10 years ago. You may hear laser therapy termed “cold laser” therapy or “low level laser” therapy (LLLT). Mostly commonly used for pain or inflammatory related issues, laser therapy can help with a wide variety of ailments. 
If you’re pet suffers from pain or inflammation our practice may include laser therapy as part of their treatment. 
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The terms “ultrasound”, “ultrasonography” and “sonogram” may sound familiar to you. Widely used in the last 50 years, doctors first applied ultrasonography in medicine to detect pregnancy. In a frame or scrapbook at home, you may even have your child’s first “sonogram.”

A sonogram is the image created on a screen or print out produced by a medical ultrasound. Just like human medicine, veterinarians first used ultrasound in to detect pregnancy in animals, however, they now use it for a wide variety of reasons.

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All of a sudden, Milo is treating the whole house like his personal litter box. Poor you (all that carpet cleaning!), but poor Milo! He might have a urology problem.

Our practice is well equipped to handle any urology needs your pet has. Urology is a medical specialty that focuses on the male and female urinary tract and male reproductive parts. This may include kidney stones, incontinence, prostate issues or kidney failure. If you have concerns about your pet’s urological tract, call our practice right away.

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