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Welcome to A R Animal Hospital where
"Pets are People, Too."
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The mission of A R Animal Hospital is to celebrate the sacred bond between pets and their owners. Dr. Sidhu and his staff protect this relation by nurturing an open, honest alliance with our clients and adhering only to the highest ethical and medical standards befitting these glorious companions. Our motto is "Pets are People, Too" and we treat your pets as we would our own because we understand the special role your pet has in your family.
Our caring team helps to ensure a healthy start for your pet, on-going early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, and complete medical and surgical care necessary during his or her lifetime. We are determined and dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care. Be sure that patient care and client satisfaction are our top priorities.
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At A R Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Ontario Veterinarian | A R Animal Hospital | 909-923-5400
3085 S. Archibald Ave, Ste. D
Ontario, CA 91761
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