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Elizabeth Doree Hanson

Veterinarian

Corona del Mar Animal Hospital

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Corona del Mar Animal Hospital

2948 E Coast Hwy

Corona del Mar, California,92625

United States

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Dr. Liz Hanson
Dr. Liz Hanson was born and raised in Southern California. After completing a B.S. degree at the University of California at Davis, she attended Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation in 1995, she moved back to Southern California and has enjoyed practicing small animal veterinary medicine in Orange County ever since. Her areas of interest include internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and wellness programs. The bond that is shared between a pet and its owner is what inspired Dr. Hanson to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. "One of the best parts of my job is not only when a patient is cured, but also when I see the joy an owner has when their pet is back to health! Dr. Hanson has two miniature long-haired Dachshunds, "Peanut" and "Butter", two leopard geckos, African cichlids, and a cat named "Martini. When Dr. Hanson is not practicing Veterinary Medicine she enjoys watching her three sons compete in swimming and golf, and loves to cook, read, and most of all, travel.


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Dr. Liz Hanson
Dr. Liz Hanson was born and raised in Southern California. After completing a B.S. degree at the University of California at Davis, she attended Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation in 1995, she moved back to Southern California and has enjoyed practicing small animal veterinary medicine in Orange County ever since. Her areas of interest include internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and wellness programs. The bond that is shared between a pet and its owner is what inspired Dr. Hanson to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. "One of the best parts of my job is not only when a patient is cured, but also when I see the joy an owner has when their pet is back to health! Dr. Hanson has two miniature long-haired Dachshunds, "Peanut" and "Butter", two leopard geckos, African cichlids, and a cat named "Martini. When Dr. Hanson is not practicing Veterinary Medicine she enjoys watching her three sons compete in swimming and golf, and loves to cook, read, and most of all, travel.


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While pricier options might have less filler and more protein and can be healthier, they are not always necessary, says Dr. Liz Hanson, a veterinarian at Corona Del Mar Animal Hospital in Newport Beach, Calif. For most healthy pets, regular dry food and water can be fine. ''Some people think that if it's cheaper it must be less quality.
That's not necessarily true,'' says Hanson.


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"There are many ways to save money and still provide quality care," says Dr. Liz Hanson, a veterinarian at Corona del Mar Animal Hospital in California.


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