New clients receive 50% OFF the first exam.

 Welcome to Torrey Pines Animal Hospital

                A FULL-SERVICE ANIMAL HOSPITAL   WHERE YOUR PETS ARE OUR PASSION

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IMORTANT NOTICE FOR OUR CLIENTELE: Our hospital will be closed on Sunday, November 29th.

Torrey Pines Animal Hospital is a technically advanced, full-service pet care medical facility. Our experienced veterinarians can meet any need from routine wellness care to major surgeries. 

OUR VETS and HOSPITAL TEAM
Our vets take an individualized approach to the long-term care of your pet. Our approach is to establish a relationship with you and your pet and ensure good communication. We focus on the quality of life for your pet, and in our practice we do what’s in the best interest of you and your pet.  Meet our Team.

Dr. Andrew McClellan | Dr. Brad Steele
Dr. Mumtaz Vora | Dr. Romy Boiskin | Dr. Avi Shaprut

Torrey Pines Animal Hospital | (858) 720-TPAH (8724)

3890 Valley Centre Dr #101
San Diego, CA 92130



Office Hours

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:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Sunday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Our Location

Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Thank you to Torrey Pines Animal Hospital for the donation in CJ's memory to the Morris Animal Foundation. We appreciate your support of science that makes the world a better place for animals which bring such joy to our lives. More importantly, we want to thank Dr. Steele, Dr, McClellan and TPAH staff members for the gentle, loving and skilled care that you gave to CJ (and us) while she was alive. The fact that Dr. Steele and Bruce made a house call at the end gave us great comfort because CJ knew and trusted you. Thank you for Helping her to pass to peacefully in the familiar surroundings of home, in the company of her loving friends and family."
    Lynn & Larry S.
  • "Great experience. Everyone was very nice and friendly to not only my family but to my nervous pup as well. We've been to lots of vet offices over the years, and the overall energy of everyone we came in contact with was the best by far. Love Dr. Vora, we followed her here and will be back for sure!"
    Lisa G.
  • "I just took my 7 month old puppy for a check up and loved Dr. Steele. He answered all my questions and I never felt rushed at all. The vet tech even showed me how to trim my dog's nails. Definitely would recommend this place for anyone's pet."
    Julia B.
  • "I want to thank the staff at TPAH for being so considerate and kind during a very rough time for us and our doggy. I'm very happy knowing that in her last hours she was around a very loving staff that treated her like their own pet.
    Thank you guys for doing all that you could for her and for us."
    Shannyn B.
  • "When Chewy had an injury that required stitches, we took him to our neighborhood veterinarian. The entire staff was friendly and caring and our dog received exceptional care. He ended up needing stitches and Dr. McClellan was informative and kind. We are grateful for the level of care we received and will be returning for all of our veterinary needs."
    Carissa H.
  • "The staff and Dr. here at Torrey Pines Animal Hospital are phenomenal. Not only is everyone kind but they take their time to explain your animals condition. My cat is my companion and I can say I genuinely trust Dr. McClellan to provide her the best care. Highly recommend bringing in your furry companions here!!"
    Elizabeth H.

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