Welcome To San Diego Veterinary Urgent Care Clinic!
Your peace of mind is our top priority here at San Diego Veterinary Urgent care. We are with you every step of the way when it comes to your pet’s serious injuries or illness by providing personalized and professional service. Our commitment to you is to provide quality diagnostic services and advanced urgent care from our experienced team.
While professional knowledge is key, we pride ourselves on our compassionate care. We treat all our clients as family and provide the utmost care. We know how much our fur-babies mean to each of us, and we strive to relieve your stress when in an emergency. Clear communication is provided along with the quality care and service you will receive. Before we begin any procedures, we make sure to answer any questions you may have, provide an estimate, ask for your consent and make sure you understand the decisions you are making for your pet.
If surgery is necessary, all patients receive close attention while we use the safest forms of anesthesia techniques, fluid therapy, heat support, advanced patient monitoring, postoperative nursing care and appropriate pain management. Before going home with your pet, you will receive clear instructions on how to care for your pet and if/when your pet needs to be rechecked. We also provide detailed reports to your regular veterinarian. This ensures that your pets’ primary doctor can continue high-quality care for your pet by receiving accurate information. We work hand in hand with your primary Veterinarian so that you both know you can depend on us for quality care of your loved one.
Todd Bowdre Dr. Bowdre initially attended Western State College of Colorado in beautiful Gunnison, Colorado. Here he skied, hiked, biked and found his bearings while completing most of a biology degree and the prerequisites for veterinary school. He then transferred to Colorado State University and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology as well as gaining acceptance to the school of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Bowdre received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2003.