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Welcome To All Creatures Hospital in Del Mar, CA

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Welcome to All Creatures Hospital, your trusted veterinarian in Del Mar, CA. At All Creatures Hospital, the entire staff is committed to your pet’s ongoing health and well-being. Our animal hospital and veterinary clinic is run by Dr. Michael H. Mulvany, a highly experienced, fully licensed veterinarian.

Each member of our clinical and administrative staff is carefully selected and trained for their role. Skill, compassion and a commitment to customer service are all important. From our most experienced staff to our newest team member, you can expect a high degree of attentiveness every step of the way.

A Holistic, Compassionate Approach

We have a genuine passion for our work and strive to combine the very best in traditional medicine with alternative modalities and holistic care. Every breed of animal is different, and every phase of your pet’s life comes with different health needs.

We are committed to taking the time to create the ideal program for each pet so that all specific needs can be addressed. The entire staff at All Creatures Hospital stays informed of the very latest in veterinary techniques and technology. This allows us to provide state-of-the-art diagnostics, treatments and specialized care for illnesses and pain management.

Your Experienced Veterinarian in Del Mar, CA

From routine and preventative care such as exams and vaccinations to disease management and emergency care, you can count in a high level of attentiveness and professionalism from your veterinarian in Del Mar, CA. We have experience with a range of breeds and temperaments, so you can entrust your pet to our care with confidence.

We also have a mission of educating clients about the best ways they can support their pets’ health on a daily basis.

We offer education and advice about ideal nutrition and exercise for your pet’s optimal health and well-being.

In 2015, we completed a full, comprehensive remodel and modernization of our entire facility. All Creatures Hospital is a locally-owned family business, and we always strive to provide a compassionate, friendly environment for animals and their “parents.”

Your Veterinarian in Del Mar, CA is Here For You

With our commitment to the best pet care possible, it’s no wonder All Creatures Hospital has been a trusted veterinarian in Del Mar, CA and the entire North County Coastal Area since 1983. We are fully equipped to provide the very best in pet care for your furry and feathered family members.
All Creatures Hospital proudly serves the areas of Del Mar, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carmel Valley, Rancho Santa Fe and the surrounding communities. Call (858) 481-7992 to make an appointment or inquire questions about your pet’s health.

We look forward to bringing you years of the very best in veterinary care!

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Nancy Norell
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Nancy Norell's love for animals, combined with a strong interest in biological science, physiology and medicine, led her to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Growing up, her family had Siamese cats, as well as hamsters and rabbits. While in college, she achieved her dream of owning a horse, and enjoyed riding for many years in San Diego County.

    After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Animal Physiology from Revelle College at the University of California, San Diego, she pursued her lifelong ambition of becoming a veterinarian. In 1998, she received her degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of California, Davis.

    Dr. Norell has enjoyed practicing high quality medicine, dentistry and surgery in San Diego County for the past 19 years. Her areas of special interest are dentistry, feline medicine, internal medicine, and preventive care. She is a member of the following organizations:

    American Veterinary Medical Association
    San Diego County Veterinary Medical Association
    American Association of Feline Practitioners
    Cornell Feline Health Center
    Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry

    Dr. Norell is a San Diego native and lives in Cardiff with her husband, Bob, and their four cats: Babu, Sven, Adelia and Anders. During her spare time, she enjoys hiking, gardening, and reading.


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  • Dr.
    Michael H. Mulvany
    Veterinarian
    Growing up, the Mulvany's lived all over the country with a variety of animals (chickens and cats, dogs and duck, rabbits, rodents and reptiles). By the 9th grade, Dr. Mulvany knew he wanted to be a veterinarian and began volunteering at a veterinary clinic in Point Loma. Playing baseball in high school and college gave him another career possibility.
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  • Dr.
    Jenna Fransioli
    Veterinarian
    Dr. Jenna Fransioli grew up in New York State. She earned her Bachelor of Science, majoring in Marine Biology and Chemistry at the University of Miami, Florida. The next two years were spent at San Diego's Scripps Institute of Oceanography as an Associate Research Biologist, working on a research project to investigate the dynamics of diving physiology in juvenile elephant seals.
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  • Dr.
    Nicole Picht
    Veterinarian
    Dr. Nicole Picht is a native Californian having grown up in the suburbs of Los Angeles. She attended Oregon State University and earned her Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Sciences, graduating in just 3 years. Her love of horses spurned her interest in veterinary medicine and took her all the way to Texas A&M University, Gig 'em Aggies. She graduated with honors from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.
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  • Dr. Katie Tiglio
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Katie Tiglio is a native Southern Californian. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from UC Santa Barbara, Dr. Tiglio continued her love of science in the research field. She dedicated the next 5 years to studying human Age-Related Macular Degeneration at her alma mater, and later investigating synapse formation and development at UC San Diego.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I've been taking my pets to All Creatures Hospital for many, many years. I feel they provide kind and loving care, no mater how much time it take, that just never seems to be an issue. They will always go the extra mile for you and your pet."
    Linda W. , Solana Beach
  • "Dr. Norell and the staff are amazing!!! Made the appointment in the same day and received great care. Dr. Norell is extremely knowledgeable and gave me a lot of confidence on how she is managing my dogs health issues."
    Melanie M., Rancho Santa Fe
  • "Everyone, from the front office to the vet tech to the vet, was wonderful and caring with my old cat."
    Anne R., Solana Beach
  • "Everyone is always so friendly & helpful; totally understand my dog is a protective little guy so he does great if I'm not around during the exam. Dr. Fransioni is great with him! She always gives me a ckmplete rundown on his health & suggestions fir his allergies, etc."
    Susan K., La Jolla
  • "Everyone at All Creatures seems totally invested in providing excellent care and compassionate attention to our dogs. We have used the hospital for boarding several times and have always had a very positive experience."

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WE ARE OPEN DAILY FROM 6 AM - 8 PM

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Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

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7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm