Laszlo Frics, DVM
Dr. Frics was born in Hungary and moved to the U.S. when he was a very young boy. As he grew up on a ranch in South Dakota, his love for animals began. His foundation with medicine came from his father who was a well-respected large animal veterinarian in the Midwest. After graduating from the University of Minnesota Veterinary School, he moved to California. In 1981 Dr. Frics purchased the Wilson Veterinary Clinic. In 1994 the clinic went through a 2 year remodeling process and was transformed into what is now known as West Main Animal Hospital.
Dr. Frics enjoys every facet of veterinary medicine and continues to progress with the profession. Dr. Frics has made it a point to make a lot of lifetime friendships with his clients who without them he would not be a success.
Dr. Frics also enjoys reading, gardening, photography, and classic cars. He and his wife live in Pasadena with their beloved dogs, cats, birds and horses.
Veterinarian Dr. Laszlo Frics has served the Alhambra community since 1978. Dr. Frics’ father was a veterinarian, which greatly influenced his decision to become a vet. “The more I’m in this field, the more I feel I made the right decision,” he said. “The human-animal bond and how medicine helps animals and also helps to extend their lives is exciting and keeps me motivated. Also, the people who come in here are just so nice.