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Arlington Animal Hospital in Riverside

Compassionate Care, Advanced Technology

Based in Riverside, Arlington Animal Hospital, Inc. and 24 Hour Emergency Center has served the Inland Empire for over 50 years. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary care to our patients.

Next Level Veterinary Care in the Inland Empire

   

What Makes Us Stand Apart

  • Extensive Education

  • Advanced Technologies

  • Open 24/7

  • Work to minimize complications, repeated visits, and unnecessary procedures

  • No hard-sell, guilt or coercion on treatments

  • Help you make an educated and informed decision

  • Economic prices compared to other 24 Hour Emergency Hospitals

The end result…efficient treatment, faster recoveries, more consistent outcomes, reduced expense and the most important, a better and more satisfying client-patient experience.


Our Promise

Compassionate Care. Advanced Technology.

It’s more than just a statement. It’s our promise and pledge, with the long-term well-being of your pet in mind. We consider proven options and yet can provide creative solutions. We weigh the severity of the procedure, the activity and age of your pet, your desired outcome, the inherent risks and the feasibility of care in our cooperative decision planning. Our goal is to provide quality care while giving you the information to make an educated and informed decision.

The bottom line is this - our priority is not the number of cases we see but providing care that your pet won’t get anywhere else!

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OPEN 24 HOURS

Tuesday:

OPEN 24 HOURS

Wednesday:

OPEN 24 HOURS

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OPEN 24 HOURS

Friday:

OPEN 24 HOURS

Saturday:

OPEN 24 HOURS

Sunday:

OPEN 24 HOURS

Meet Our Veterinarians

  • Roy Saldanha
    DVM / Hospital Director and Chief Veterinarian

    Dr. Saldanha was born in India and raised in Tracy, California.  He is married to his wife Jasmine and has two daughters, Samina and Alina.  The Saldanha family has three dogs.  Pitbulls Titus and Bodie and a cute little malti-poodle named Freddy that Samina and Alina adore.

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  • Jaime-Elizabeth Stevenson
    DVM / Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Stevenson was born in Corona, California and raised in La Verne, California.  Dr. Stevenson is married to her husband Daniel.  The Stevenson family have Westies Opal, Ruby and Mouse and Jack Russell Zed.  They also have a multitude of cats, Bruce the Bearded Dragon and Stevia the Sugar Glider.

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  • Yolanda Sanchez

    Dr. Sanchez was born in Indio, California and raised in Coachella Valley, California.  Dr. Sanchez is married to her Husband Mauricio Guzman.  Their family includes Chili, a Queensland Heeler, and Mojo the Miniature Dachshund who is 17 years old!

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Testimonial

  • "They give your pet the best of care. I will always come back here. Everyone on the staff are awesome!"
    Jeff P. / Riverside, CA

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