Testimonials

  • roxy

    My Name is Roxy Little Fluff N’ Stuff. But I answer to the name of “Roxy”. I live in Long Beach but I have gone to Dr. Hutson’s clinic in Redondo Beach all of my life. When I go to the Animal Hospital of Redondo Beach the receptionist greet me with a smile but what I like the most is when I get to the room and Dr. Hutson gives me a delicious treat.

    I asked Dr. Hutson what that was and she said it was called AD. Some type of Chicken Pate’. When I was a puppy I got infested with these small parasites called Demodex. Dr Hutson treated me and look at me now… I am a good looking healthy dog once again.

  • Hanzo200

    My name is Hanzo, and believe it not, even though I’m a big beautiful Siamese cat, I’ll come to you when you call my name.

    I live in south Redondo and other than those two huge dogs in the back yard that bark all the time, I luv living here.
    I’ve been a loyal patient of Dr’s Hutson’s for as long as I can remember, and don’t mind coming into her office when my human brings me in. Especially since I get to rummage thru all those cabinets in their exam room and explore things that I don’t get to play with at home.

    I remember one morning this June, a few weeks after my birthday when I didn’t feel so good one morning. I wasn’t hungry, thirsty, my stomach hurt, and didn’t feel like hanging out with my human all that much. My human looked very worried and brought me in. Dr Hutson took one look at me and said I was a big yellow head cat, yikes. But even though I was very sick with something called cholangio hepatitis, Dr Hutson knew exactly what I had very early on and sprung into action, and got me back on track in no time.

    Thank you Dr. Hutson for saving my life, and giving me more time to spend with my family. I know my main human and his family feels the same way.

  • romeo1

    Hello, my name is Romeo, I am a Long Haired Dachshund. My dad named me Romeo because I love to cuddle on his lap. But first I have to be worn down, fetch the ball, play soccer, fetch the ball, take walks, fetch the ball, then cuddle.

    One time I broke a bone in my paw (fetching the ball) and the people at Animal Hospital of Redondo Beach had to put a cast on my leg. It was no fun because I could not fetch the ball but Dr. Hutson and the staff was so nice to me that it made me feel better.

    Now I am back to playing again and get a nice wave from the staff when we pass the office on our daily walks.

    Watch a video of me playing soccer!