Welcome To South Coast Veterinary Hospital! 

Your Veterinarian In 

Laguna Niguel, CA


The right veterinarian can make it much easier for you to care for your pet. A trustworthy vet can offer valuable counsel on every aspect of your furry animal’s life as well as provide quality pet care. At South Coast Veterinary Hospital, you will work with experienced, licensed professionals who are highly respected in the veterinary field. Our team shares your love for animals, and we're fully committed to improving the health and welfare of pets in our care. 

Who We Are

As a full-service animal hospital, South Coast Veterinary Hospital has the resources and personnel to treat all manners of medical conditions and diseases that may befall your dog or cat. We offer a variety of veterinary services ranging from routine care to emergency treatments.

Run by Dr. Ramneek Gill, your Laguna Niguel veterinarian, and a committed team of veterinary care professionals, our animal hospital welcomes pet patients of all ages, breeds, and sizes who need care. Dr. Gill is a licensed California veterinarian with years of experience in his field. In addition to quality, first-rate care, you’ll appreciate our clinic’s warm, welcoming atmosphere that will put you and your pet at ease as you wait for his or her scheduled treatment. 

Services

If you live in Laguna Niguel or surrounding communities, South Coast Veterinary Hospital is your one-stop location for quality pet care. We offer an extensive lineup of veterinary services to facilitate the care of your dog or cat. These services include:

Preventative Pet Care: Preventative care is designed to improve your pet's health by protecting him or her against health conditions and disease. Our preventative pet care program includes such services as wellness exams, vaccinations, parasite control, dermatology care, nutritional counseling, dental care, spay and neuter procedures, and more.

Dental Care: Your Laguna Niguel veterinarian provides comprehensive dental care services to dogs and cats. These services include dental exams, professional cleanings, tooth extractions and other dental care treatments. Routine dental care is imperative to your pet’s oral health.

Soft tissue Surgeries: We perform soft tissue surgeries to remove tumors and correct gastrointestinal, cardiothoracic, urogenital, and skin problems. After a comprehensive physical exam, your veterinarian can determine if your pet has a medical condition that requires surgery to correct.   

Emergency and Urgent Care: In the event of an auto accident, accidental poisoning, or other emergencies, contact our clinic immediately for emergency treatment. We also offer urgent care services for non-life threatening situations that require prompt and effective care.   

See Your Veterinarian in Laguna Niguel, CA, for Exceptional Pet Care

For excellent pet care services to enhance your dog or cat's health, contact South Coast Veterinary Hospital, Laguna Niguel, CA, at:

949-249-7777 today to make an appointment.   


DOCTOR APPOINTMENTS START AT 10AM EACH DAY DESPITE THE TECHNICIANS HOURS STARTING AT 8AM EACH DAY!

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Gill, DVM

    Dr. Gill was born in raised in Chino, CA. He attended Ross University and graduated in 2014. He did his clinical year at Purdue University. Dr. Gill became the owner of South Coast Veterinary Hospital in August of 2019 with the desire to offer quality veterinary services with passionate care. In his free time he enjoys going to sports games, traveling and spending time with his family.

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Have To Say!

    All staff members are friendly, courteous, thoughtful and professional. I am always confident my fur baby is in good hands during this crazy time!

    Eileen R.

    I love this vet and his staff. He is very knowledgeable, personable and clearly loves animals! I would highly recommend this vet to anyone with cats and dogs. 

    Courtney Z.

    I was treated with kindness, thoroughness, efficiency and everyone was so nice to deal with. I was very impressed with the doctor and staff. Highly recommend trying these guys out!

    Marilyn H.

    I couldn't ask for a better health team. They are all knowledgeable, gentle people who have always treated both of my pets, and myself with respect and understanding. Highly recommend!

    Larrissa S.

    Great people, well educated and prompt in treatment with my dog.

    John D.

    The office is staffed with extremely caring people. The vet is super knowledgeable.

    Shai C.

    Friendly staff that shows they truly care about you and your pet. No pressure to get tests you chose not to have.

    Mimi R.

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Location


Office Hours

Laguna Niguel Office

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:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed