13700 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92241

Providing quality, compassionate care at affordable prices. Services offered include vaccine and wellness programs, spays and neuters, and full service quality veterinary care using digitalradiography, digital dental radiography, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, in house labs, ultrasound, and much more. Stop in to visit us!
Or, give us a call at: 760-251-1400

Meet Our Lead Vet Staff
Medical Director Susan Eyer-Anderson, DVM, was raised in Tustin, California.She graduated from WSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. Susan has owned two animal hospitals in Southern California, and has worked with rescues, spay and neuter clinics, as well as other full service clinics in California, Washington, and Tennessee. Susan has testified in animal abuse cases, and is particularly interested in helping cut down on animal euthanasia by promoting spay and neuter services. Susan still loves practicing veterinary medicine after 23 years. Please visit Susan’s YouTube channel to find education videos on animal care and more.
Dr. Kip Madsen grew up in central Utah, graduated from Brigham Young University, and then completed his veterinary training at Colorado State University in 1982. He practiced in Idaho for 6 years prior to relocating to California in 1988. He has owned and operated the Animal Clinic of Desert Hot Springs for 25 years. During these years, he has developed a wonderful relationship with Save A Pet, along with other charitable organizations in the area. He and his staff are excited to be part of Save A Pet, working with Dr. Susan Anderson and her staff. Dr. Madsen looks forward to welcoming his clients to the new facility and is eager to introduce them as well as new clients to the new hospital. We will be able to provide greater services, state of the art facilities and equipment, and more hours of operation for the benefit of our clients and their amazing pets. Dr. Madsen and his wife, Sue, have 6 children and 10 grandchildren.