Teeth Cleaning for Dogs in the San Fernando Valley
Looking for the best dog teeth cleaning in the San Fernando Valley? You've come to to right place.
We're proud to offer multiple dog teeth cleaning clinics in the San Fernando Valley and its communities. Just click below on the town or neighborhood nearest you for your featured local clinic.
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In the meantime, click below to check out our clinic calendar and find upcoming Qualified Pet Dental clinics near you.
More about the San Fernando Valley
The Greater Los Angeles Metro has a wide array of geographical features From mountains to plains to basins, and this includes several major valleys. But when someone in SoCal says "The Valley", it's the rare person who misses that they are referring to the San Fernando Valley.
Prior to 20th century, the San Fernando Valley consisted mainly of farm towns engaged in various form of dry agriculture. But the constructions (and restrictive use policies) of Los Angeles great aqueduct led to most of them being annexed by the city as of 1915.
Despite switching to the cultivation of more lucrative irrigated crops, the area retained its rural flavor until after World War 2. It was then that the post-war housing boom began, literally changing the face of the valley in a matter of years.
The modern San Fernando Valley is home to nearly 1.8 million people, not including independent cities like Burbank, Glendale, San Fernando and Calabasas: practically a city of its own.
In fact, the valley made a failed attempt to secede from Los Angeles in 2002, citing a lack of public services provided by the city. Had it succeeded, the proposed Valley City would have been the sixth-largest in the entire country.
Since that time, Los Angeles has completed the Metro Red and Orange train lines, connecting much of the valley with the rest of L.A.'s public transportation system. How much time that buys before the valley's independent spirit resurfaces remains to be seen.