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Our standards

Because we hold ourselves to a higher standard, Long Beach pet neurologists pledge to offer not only know-how and quality treatments to our patients but also a caring and loving way that helps them heal faster within a nurtured environment. It is our policy that all our Long Beach veterinary neurologists dedicate themselves to continuous learning as we are leaders within the veterinary medicine field.
All the team of Long Beach veterinary neurologists recognize the importance that technology and innovative medicine plays nowadays. So, we are invested in our education and in the use of new progressive technology and methodologies that will give our patients the ultimate standards in veterinary medicine and advanced technology.

MRI Scan of a Dog

Why choosing us

We understand how hard it is to find a good Long Beach Veterinary neurologist, so we have created a first-class neurology and neurosurgery center with the best specialists in the area. We are a neurological treatment dedicated facility. When you come to our clinic you will find the most advanced technology such as MRI, CT scan, digital radiography, and a myriad of in-house lab work. We have them all under one roof, so you and your pet do not have to run to different places to get diagnosis, exams, and treatments. We know that to have your beloved pet sick is hard enough, so we are here to take off all the pressure, to make it easier and to help your pet get better.
Rest assured that our Long Beach vet neurologists will provide you with the most appropriate diagnostics and treatments with compassion and expertise. Our staff and vets have treated and managed thousands of neurological patients with many different conditions. We also provide 24-hour care in our veterinary hospital facility. This avoids our patients more transfers and unfamiliar faces, we make sure they are at ease at all times and that their condition is monitored day and night.

Long Beach vet neurologist is owned by local vets and neurologists

And this is one of the main reasons why we are leaders within the veterinary field and so well known in Southern California. Our team of highly trained pet neurologists are owned by veterinarians and members of the community, so we understand your needs, how important personal relationships are therefore we offer our clients care and exceptional service. We are here for you!

Where is our Clinic

Remember that our Long Beach animal neurological center is committed to providing our clients with the best and most convenient clinic, services, and treatments. Our hospital is located at:

Bright Care Animal Neurology and Imaging Center is conveniently located at:

  • 26012 Marguerite Pkwy, Suite 0,
  • Mission Viejo, CA 92692
  • We are a few minutes from I5 between Oso Pkwy. and Marguerite Pkwy.
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Office Hours & Contact Info

08:00 AM – 08:00 PM and ER 7 Days a Week

If you would like to make an online appointment you can do it through our Contact Form or Contact us directly via:

  • E-Mail:
  • Phone: 949-716-9270

For a hospital tour and FAQ click here.

Main Entrance


What is vet neurology?

Vet neurology in Long Beach is great to have so close. Vet neurology is a veterinary specialty that works firsthand with conditions pertaining to the spinal cord, muscles, brain, and nerves in animals.

What kind of conditions do vet neurologists treat?

A vet neurologist in Long Beach must know how to treat neurological conditions that include seizures, cervical disk disease, brain tumors, strokes, intervertebral disk disease, and more. Many conditions can affect your pet’s brain, spinal cord, muscles, and nerves.

What is the difference between a veterinarian and a veterinary neurosurgeon?

There is a difference between a veterinarian and a veterinary neurosurgeon. A neurosurgeon is a specialized form or veterinary service. Neurosurgeons have to understand how to fix conditions regarding the brain, muscles, spinal cord, and nerves inside the body.

What are signs of neurological disorders in dogs?

Our dog neurologist in Long Beach wants to tell you what signs to be on the lookout for. Signs include confusion, seizures, disorientation, neck or back pain, balance issues, abnormal eye movements, and legs giving out. If you notice any of these signs, please contact us.

What is a canine neurologist?

A canine neurologist in Long Beach is a neurologist that works first hand with canines. Dogs, although similar to cats, have differences about them. A canine neurologist is someone you want to see if your dog is experiencing any neurological issues.