Dr. O and his staff are fabulous. We drive from Paso Robles and Santa Maria so he can see our dogs. He is that good!
Cambria Animal Medical Center
Dr. Ennis Ogorsolka
2501 Village Lane A, Cambria, CA 93428
Even though it is a 40 minute drive, we are at Carp Vet Hospital several times a week with our personal dogs as well as the rescue dogs What can we say? They are the best vets in Santa Barbara County and their staff is second to none. Really!
Carpinteria Veterinary Hospital
Drs Putnam, Kristin and Otto (Dr Thomas is their fabulous cat vet)
585 Walnut Ave, Carpinteria, CA
We still drive from Placerville to Davis for Dr Daily to see our difficult cases. She is a great vet.
Animal Wellness Center
Dr Kris Daily
2939 Spafford St Ste 135, Davis, CA 95618
Two of our alumni see Dr Walsh and sing his praises.
Dr. Richard J. Walsh
1068 East Main St., Suite 230B
Ventura, CA 93001
Dr Bart takes wonderful care of all the SCCR dogs in this area and we drive them all the way from Hemut too!
Animal Medical Center Of Corona
Dr. Bart Huber
261 S Lincoln Ave # G Corona, CA 92882
Dr Chung is very rescue friendly! New adoptions for a first time vet visit are free and he gets rave reviews from our Hemut group.
Rancho Bernardo Veterinary Clinic
Dr Robert Chung
12540 Oaks North Drive, Rancho Bernardo, CA ,858-487-4130
Dr Linton does all our cataract surgeries in the Sacramento area. She has done a fabulous job on every one.
Animal Eye Center
Dr. Lana Linton
5175 Pacific Street, Rocklin, CA 95677
Veterinary Opthalmology Services, Inc
Kristiane S Schmidt, DVM
118 N Mason St, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
Animal Eye Clinic
Dr Jeannette Da Silva , DVM
1221 Avenida Acaso # B, Camarillo, CA 93012
Do you have a vet your recommend for Sacramento I adopted Riley now my Bailey over 3 years ago and we are looking for a new vet. contacted Karen Fuson 916 515-8500
We use Dr Daily in Davis. We think she is wonderful and worth the drive.
We use Mueller Medical Center in Sacramento. Our cocker mix Oliver has compressed discs in his back and they did a wonderful job in helping us nurse him back to health without immediately jumping to surgery. We recently got our second cocker from the Sac County Shelter who had 2 infected ears and an abscess that had long been untreated and the staff at Mueller have been helpful in getting him back to tip top shape. The new facility is gorgeous.