MCAS Miramar Vet Clinic CLOSED last working day of each month, weekends, and holidays.
The Veterinary Treatment Facility at MCAS Miramar is open for retail sales (flea and heartworm prevention, oral care) and drug/food prescription refills (if applicable) daily. Prescription refills are available only for pets that have been diagnosed by a military veterinarian within the year, and specify that refills are appropriate via faxed patient records. Heartworm prevention purchases will be fulfilled only with a valid negative heartworm test within the past year.
Veterinarians and technicians are available for routine wellness checkups and vaccinations, as well as minor sick call including most skin problems, ear problems, endocrine and metabolic diseases, gastrointestinal problems, musculoskeletal problems, and humane euthanasia. The facility’s staff is also able to assist with health requirements and documentation for PCS moves.
Per Public Health Command guidelines all pets and owners must maintain a working client patient relationship by being seen in the facility within the last 12 months in order to fill prescriptions at the VTF.
Appointments can be made in person or by phone, walk-ins are not accepted. Dogs and cats of all active duty military members and retirees with medical benefits are eligible to be seen at the facility.
We always recommend that patrons of the clinic keep their own civilian veterinarian in case of emergency, or if we’re unable to fulfill their needs.
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They are usually booked a few weeks out. I called once to get an appointment for my sick dog. They said they were booked but would put me on the cancellation list. They thoroughly followed through and called me back the next day for the cancellation. I had already taken my dog to a vet in the city so I didn't take the appointment. They consulted me over the phone about some questions I had. My phone experiences with them were great :)
posted about 6 years ago