Lake Forest, CA Veterinary Care!
Welcome to Serrano Animal and Bird Hospital. We genuinely care about your pets and all animals! We are a full-service, family owned animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for your pet. We believe pets of all types are special family members. Our passion for all animals allows the doctors at Serrano Animal and Bird Hospital to provide high quality and loving care for cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, small mammals, fish, and other species.
All of our doctors have a special interest, knowledge and skills in medicine and surgery of dogs, cats, and exotic animals. Dr. Krause is also a board certified specialist in feline medicine. Our doctors participate in continuing education seminars, conferences, and instructional workshops to be able to provide the most current and high quality care for all animals. This includes preventative care for when you first bring home your new pet and throughout its life, to diagnosing, treating, and caring for your pet if it should get sick. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. At Serrano Animal and Bird Hospital, you will walk into a welcoming and friendly environment every visit, so the experience is as comfortable as possible for you and your pet. We are committed to helping you and your pet have the best care and supporting the bond you have with your pet, whether it has fur, feathers, or scales!
In addition to caring for pets at Serrano Animal and Bird Hospital, Dr. Weldy is the Veterinarian of Record (VOR) and heads our team of doctors for the Santa Ana Zoo, Orange County Zoo, Orange County Bird of Prey Center, Wildhaven Ranch, California State University at Fullerton, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, and Chapman University. Dr. Krause is the VOR for Animazonia Wildlife Foundation. Our doctors also work with local, State and Federal wildlife agencies and various biology conservation research organizations and facilities in the Southern California area working with wild carnivores and eagles and their interaction with local urban communities.