Welcome to Animal Medical Center of Orange

  • We are Welcoming ALL pets from Dr Felix Lapuz' Orange Pet Care Center and 17th Street Animal Hospital.  Every NEW pet has their first Dr Examination for free!!
  • FREE Exam for EVERY New Pet (1st visit)
  • Low Cost Vaccine Clinic (Wednesday 10:00am - 2:00pm, Saturday 9:00am - 11:00am)
  • Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic (Cats & Dogs)
  • Puppy & Kitten Vaccination & Deworming packages
  • Allergy testing & treatments, Skin. ear & eye infections, Medicated baths
  • Orthopedic surgery. TTA. TPLO, Patellar Luxation
  • X-ray, Ultrasound specialist and cardiology consultations available
  • Payment plan available for major procedures (Care Credit)
  • Quality Individual care for your pet by our compassionate staff

At Animal Medical Center of Orange, we treat your pets like the special family members they are and we look forward to a long and healthy relationship with you and your pet.

Dr GP Singh and Staff

  Animal Medical Center of Orange | (714) 997-3686

1330 North Glassell suite M
Orange, CA 92867


CAT Neuter

CAT Spay

Starting at $55

Starting at $95

DOG Neuter 

DOG Spay

Starting at $95

Starting at $125


We carry quality flea, tick & heartworm preventives;

NEW! Bravecto

NEW! Frontline TriTak




Frontline GOLD & Heart Gard



12 noon to 1pm

Adult DOG Vaccine pkg of 3 for $55

Adult CAT Vaccine pkg of 3 for $65

Ask about our complete PUPPY & KITTEN Vaccine Packages!  


Read What Our Client Say

  • "Doctor Singh and Staff are wonderful, it's the best place to go and let them take care of your pets. Doctor Dr GP Singh and Staff really take care of Puszkin and Bonita with passion and care, Thank You guys."


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