Here at Pleasanton Veterinary Hospital, our entire staff is dedicated to maintaining the optimum health and well being of every animal placed in our care. Our mission is to help our patients live longer, healthier and happier lives by providing you with the highest standard of excellence in veterinary care and preventive health programs.
We offer health care to your companion animals, including dogs, cats, pocket pets, and reptiles. We offer you and your pet a tremendously committed and compassionate staff that is highly skilled and educated, using cutting edge technology to provide you with the most progressive and comprehensive treatment available for your pet.
Each of us here at Pleasanton Veterinary Hospital has a deep respect for animals. We understand just how important your pet is to your family, and that your love for your pet demands the very best in medical care. Your pet's health and well-being are our priority and our passion. We truly value the trust you have placed upon us and are honored that you have chosen Pleasanton Veterinary Hospital to care for your very special family member.
Pet Care During Tough Times
Studies have repeatedly shown that a large majority of Pleasanton pet owners consider their pets as a family member. We spoil them with birthday parties, presents, and all manner of toys and treat ...
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Dogs and Kids
The image of your child and dog as inseparable, best friends is a great one that wed all love to be reality. With the right awareness, our children and pets CAN have the wonderful relationships w ...
Bird Grooming - Wings, Beaks & Nails
Your Pleasanton veterinary team encourages you to learn the best grooming care for your feathered friends. Grooming that is necessary for birds is something that may get overlooked, but Pleasanton ...
Matters of the Heart
Many diseases of people also occur in CA pets. A problem that is common in people, dogs, and cats is heart disease. While these disorders have some things in common, many ailments of the heart in ...
Anesthesia Free Dentistry
Does your dog have stinky breath? Do your cats teeth look brown? In fact, periodontal disease is the most common disease that pets develop. It is estimated that 80 to 85% of Pleasanton, CA dogs a ...
The Myth of Natural
Pet owners occasionally tell veterinarians they are reluctant to use prescription medicine, spot-on flea products, heartworm preventatives, etc, because they would rather use something that is na ...
Vertigo or Old Dog Vestibular Syndrome
Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV)
Ruptured Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
The Cutting Edge... Laser Surgery for Pets!
People Food for Pets
Puppies and Kittens as Holiday Gifts?
Strange Things in Pets Stomachs
How Pet Food Is Made
Winter Dangers for Pets
Helping Your Pet Keep His Cool This Summer
Pet Internet Sources
Online Games & Quizzes
Printable Games & Puzzles
Wellness Coloring Book