Located in Beverly Hills, California, Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital is committed to providing quality, friendly care to the pets of Los Angeles County.
Our patients include just about every kind of small animal and pocket pet: dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and rats.
Each veterinarian and team member is deeply committed to the health and well-being of your pet. We love animals as much as you do!
When you choose the "right vet" for you and your animals, look to the Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital.
The Beverly Hills Small Animal Hospital was founded in 1930 by Dr. Hilan F. Keagy. Dr. Keagy graduated from Colorado A&M (now Colorado State University, School of Veterinary Medicine) in 1930. After relocating from his home in Fort Collins Colorado to southern California, Dr. Keagy chose rapidly growing Beverly Hills as the place to establish his clinic. He provided much needed veterinary care for large and small animals in the area, caring for both the horses that pulled the local milk wagons, as well as family pets.
Dr. Evelyn Hermann Keagy joined her new husband's practice in 1932. Daughter of a veterinarian from Denver Colorado, Evelyn was the first woman to graduate from Colorado A&M, and the first woman to receive a license to practice veterinary medicine, in the state of California in 1932. She went on to collaborate with her husband developing Keagy Laboratories, and doing research in the United States and South America, that ultimately resulted in the development of a vaccine for the chinchilla. The Keagy's worked hard to build their practice and raise a family, a daughter, Susan Keagy Smith, and a son, Dr. Richard Hermann Keagy.
The Beverly Hills Small Animal Hosptial prides itself on participating in community support and development through the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills, and the Beverly Hills Library Literacy Program. The hospital was recipient of the Excellence in Business Award, presented by the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and Civic Association in 2003, and has been the subject of numerous magazine, newspaper, and veterinary journal articles over its 75 year history. – less–ZoomInfo