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Welcome to Inland Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Ontario CA
Call us at (909) 947-4040

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You love your dog or cat like it was a son or daughter, so why shouldn't it get the best medical treatment when the time comes? Ensure the health and wellness of your furry family member with a trip to our pet-friendly animal hospital in Ontario, California. Inland Animal Hospital provides you with personalized service and your pet with individualized attention. Stop by today to meet our friendly staff and discuss your feline or canine companion's health.

Our Veterinary Services Include:

  • Surgeries
  • Spay
  • Neuter
  • X-Rays
  • Skin Treatments
  • Internal Medicine
  • Physical Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Dentistry
  • Ear Problems
  • Puppycare Programs
  • Eye Problems
  • Health Certificate
  • Microchip

To Ensure Your Satisfaction, We:

  • Offer Daily Low-Cost Vaccinations by Appointment
  • Provide Affordable Spay and Neuter Monday to Thursday
  • Accept CareCredit™

More Than Just a Slogan

Our slogan, "We Care," is more than a saying—it's our commitment to your pet's wellness. That is why we provide everything from simple Advantage applications to in-depth surgeries. You won't find a small animal care provider who cares more for the pets it helps than us.

Yong Kim
Ontario Veterinarian | Inland Animal Hospital | (909) 947-4040

2417 Grove Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Inland Animal Hospital

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We have been going to this veterinary clinic for 20 yrs, and the original Dr. Kim was amazing and actually prayed with all pets.
    I loved him and he saved 2 of our dogs lives.
    The now Dr. Kim is absolutely a great Vet and person, he treats your animals like we do "family" he is so compassionate and he doesn't try a milk you for money, if you can't afford certain things he helps to work around it.
    This establishment is THEE ONLY PLACE all of our fur babies have been, as has my family.
    I have recommended this vet to many and they are still taking their animals to him.
    The staff is amazing and all of the different techs over the 20 years have been very helpful and their knowledge is a plus
    I am actually taking my baby in today for his flea medication and I am taking my fur sister in for my mom passed and I promised her I would take good care of her
    Many Blessings to you all...
    Lori"
    Lori
  • "I have all my 3 dogs seen by Dr. Kim now. We used to have other vets for more than 20 years, and I have to say we are very lucky to find Dr. Kim. He's so patient and fully address our concerns, and let us know what our options are. Truly professional! I can see how much he cares, and I feel very confident that my dogs are under his care. Not to mention his staff are also very friendly and professional as well. I would definitely recommend this hospital for your loving pets."
    Kiseki
  • "Wonderful Doctor, explained everything he was doing and why to my kitty. Office staff very helpful!"
    Charleen
  • "Great staff, doctor included!
    Definitely will recommend!! 😁"
    Jeff

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