Here Are 3 Top LA Vets to Treat Your Pet

| September 29, 2020 | Lifestyle


Looking for new ways to spoil your pet? We’ve got you covered. Our furry friends deserve just as much self-care and love as we give ourselves—and where better to treat them than in the top-notch luxury vets Los Angeles has to offer?

Maxbone, Larpbo and Dr. Patrick Mahaney are among the best of the best for each and every one of your pet’s needs. While Maxbone offers luxury items from wellness oils to nutritional meal supplements, Larpbo ensures your pet will be trained thoroughly through group training classes while focusing on promoting a positive image of all dog breeds.

But if you’re looking for a primary care veterinarian for your fuzzy partner in crime, look no further than Dr. Patrick Mahaney, who facilitates house call consultations, laboratory testing and more in West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Brentwood and the Pacific Palisades.

From chic outfits to wellness practices like acupuncture, there’s no doubt Fido will look great and feel marvelous. Here is our list of three of the best veterinarians in Los Angeles to pamper your pet.


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Basically the Bon Marché of pet shops, Max-Bone’s luxury lifestyle items for pets—think fashion-driven pieces like chunky sweaters and tie-dyed T-shirts with a Scandinavian design sensibility—will have you wishing you had four legs instead of two. There’s also a thoughtful selection of organic shampoos, oils and treats.


The brand is now offering customization on all beds and leashes. Cute!


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Los Angeles Responsible Pit Bull Owners (LARPBO) offers post-adoption training though group classes and activities. One-on-one classes are also available.


Although the name of the organization may suggest otherwise, all dogs—from large pit bulls to tiny Chihuahuas—are welcome to participate.



Dr. Mahaney takes a holistic approach to veterinary care. In addition to laboratory diagnostics and vaccinations, he also offers accupuncture and supplements like Chinese herbs.


Don’t worry about fighting traffic: The certified veterinary acupuncturist makes house calls.

Photography by: Courtesy of Max-Bone