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Veterinary Services

We're pleased to offer the following services at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital:


Our appointment book is computerized, which allows us to efficiently make appointments for you and your pet. You can even request an appointment online! Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Emergencies are accepted anytime our clinic is open. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency.

Emergency & Urgent Care

We have a veterinarian and personnel on duty seven days a week who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet has. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and several technicians working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such as accidental ingestion of rat poison, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately.

We are also available for urgent care when the condition is not life-threatening. If you feel your pet needs to be seen before you are able to get an appointment, our veterinarians will work to "squeeze" you in between scheduled appointments. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen.

Types of Pets Seen

Because a large number of veterinarians practice at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital, we can care for many types of pets:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Rabbits*
  • Pocket Pets*
  • Reptiles*
  • Birds*

*Select veterinarians only. Call us for more information.


All Creatures Veterinary Hospital offers discounted services to local area rescue groups. Pre-approval is required to qualify for the rescue group discounts, please call us at (707) 940-8748 for more information.

Our Services

  1. Veterinary Services For Dogs

    Dog Veterinarians Who Really Care

    At All Creatures Veterinary Hospital, our approach to canine veterinary medicine revolves around a comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care program, aimed at ensuring the highest quality of life for your dog.

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  2. Cat Spaying and Neutering - When, Why, and Veterinary Advice

    As veterinarians, we are hyper-aware of the overpopulation issue in the cat species.

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  3. Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Pet Bird Habitat

    Control of Viruses and Bacteria While Outside the Host

    The goal of maintaining any bird in captivity, whether it is a single companion bird or a functional member of a large breeding aviary, is to

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  4. Ball Python Care

    What Are The Features And Characteristics Of The Ball Python?​

    Due to the moderate size and relatively easy going temperament of this species, the Ball python also called the Royal python, has become one of the most popular snakes, if not r

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  5. Dog Skin Conditions - Dog Dermatology - Veterinary Advice

    Skin problems are common in dogs. From minor itchiness and irritation to infections and other serious complications, many dogs will experience some type of skin condition during their life. If you are looking for information about dog skin issues, we are glad you found us!

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  6. Cat Anesthesia, Feline Tranquilizers and Sedatives - Veterinary Advice

    If your feline friend needs surgery or dental work, you probably have some questions or concerns about cat anesthesia. You m

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  7. Veterinary Services For Cats

    We Support Every Stage Of Your Cat's Life

    As your feline friend grows, he or she will move through six distinct stages of life:

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  8. Dog Spay and Neuter Services, Care, and Veterinary Information

    Like many pet parents, whether to spay or neuter your dog can be a big decision, and you are likely to have questions.

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  9. What to Feed Your Pet Bird

    What Do Pet Birds Eat?

    Virtually all new-bird owners feed their birds a seed diet (sometimes supplemented with vitamins, minerals, fruits, vegetables, and other table food treats).

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  10. Tortoises

    ​General Tortoise Husbandry

    Husbandry factors are a common cause of many of the health problems affecting tortoises. Addressing husbandry issues is a critical component of the veterinary treatment of these popular animals.

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  11. Cat Skin Conditions, Acne, Dermatitis and More - Veterinary Info

    Cats spend a lot of time grooming. But if your feline friend is over-grooming to the point of causing baldness or spending most of their day scratching and chewing their skin, an underlying skin problem could be to blame.

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  12. Heartworm in Dogs - Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

    Dog heartworm disease can be a dreaded diagnosis with frightening symptoms, but thankfully it is easily avoided with regular preventative medication. If your dog hasn’t been taking a preventative and you suspect heartworm symptoms, we’re glad you found our website.

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  13. Veterinary Services

    We're pleased to offer the following services at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital: Appointments

    Our appointment book is computerized, which allows us to efficiently make appointments for you and your pet.

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  14. Cat Wellness Check Up, Exams, and Care - Get Veterinary Advice

    Taking care of your cat to ensure they live a long, healthy life involves many factors, from being consistent with annual wellness exams to watching carefully for any change in behavior that might indicate illness.

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  15. Bearded Dragon Care

    There are 20 different species of bearded dragons in Australia but only three of those species are commonly found in the pet industry.

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  16. Boa Constrictors

    What Type Of Enclosure Is Best For A Boa Constrictor?

    Boas should be housed individually, except during breeding attempts. Enclosures for juvenile boas should be at least 61 cm (24 in) long and 38 to 61 cm (15 to 24 in) high.

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  17. Dog Training, Puppy Training, Behavior Modification - Veterinary Advice

    Dog behavior issues, whether they’ve been present for a while or are new to your dog, can become a burden and impact your quality of life as well as your dog’s.

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  18. Heartworm in Cats, Symptoms and Prevention - Veterinary Advice

    While more commonly associated with dogs, heartworms can affect cats, too. As a loving cat owner, it’s vital to understand this potentially deadly disease and how to protect your precious pet.

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  19. New Treatment for Itching Pets

    What is skin allergy?

    Skin allergy in pets includes several specific conditions which include: inhalant allergic dermatitis (also known as atopy), contact allergic dermatitis, fleabite hypersensitivity, and bacterial (staphylococcal) hypersensitivity, and food allergy.

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  20. Dog Wellness Care - Plans, Exams, and Preventive Care for Good Health

    Ensuring your dog lives a long and healthy life involves paying close attention to their wellness, from visiting your veterinarian for annual exams and maintaining a proper diet to staying on top of preventatives and taking note of any changes that could indicate illness.

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  21. Rabbits

    ​Complete Rabbit Care

    Rabbits can be wonderful companions when you take the time to understand them. They are different from most other pets because of their natural history as a prey animal.

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  22. Aquatic Turtles

    Aquatic turtles are very common as pets. Unfortunately they are also more difficult to care for than most people realize. Oftentimes, inadequate care results in various health problems for turtles.

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  23. Cat Behavior, Problems, Training, and Explanations - Veterinary Advice

    A disturbing new behavior in your cat is most often associated with one of two scenarios — either an underlying medical issue or environmental stress.

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  24. Pet Wellness Program

    All Creatures Veterinary Hospital offers a progressive new approach to veterinary care. Our Wellness Program embraces a focus on preventative medicine based on the specific life-stage of your pet.

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  25. Exotics

    Exotic Veterinary Care

    Pets come in so many shapes, sizes, breeds, and species.

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  26. Pet Rats

    What Are Some Characteristics Of Pet Rats?

    Pet rats are of the species Rattus norvegicus. These nocturnal rodents are characterized by elongated bodies, short fur, small eyes and ears, and hairless tails.

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  27. Hamsters

    Hamster Care

    Hamsters are rodents that were initially introduced into the United States for research purposes and have gained popularity as pocket pets.

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  28. Dog Fleas and Ticks - Veterinary Grade Preventive and Treatments

    Fleas and ticks aren’t just annoying. They also pose a serious risk to your dog’s health and can even harm your human family members. Though they are tiny, they can become a huge problem.

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  29. Preventive Health Care

    Physical Examinations are Part of Preventive Care

    Now that summer has come to an end, and the hectic holiday season hasn't started yet, it is an excellent time to treat your pet to a thorough physical examination.

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  30. Budgie Care (Parakeets)

    What Is The Natural History Of Budgies?

    ​These playful little parrots are an ideal companion for apartment dwellers and those that love parrots but can not handle the loud screams of larger ones.

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  31. Guinea Pigs

    What Is The Natural History Of Guinea Pigs?

    ​Originating from South America, the guinea pig was originally domesticated for food and ritualistic purposes as early as 5000 BC, and became a popular companion animal when brought to Europe in t

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  32. Iguanas

    Green Iguana Care

    Green iguanas are very popular pets. They are perhaps one of the most misunderstood and poorly kept of all reptile pets. They can reach considerable size.

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  33. Dog Microchipping, ID Tags, Registration, Lookup and More - Veterinary Advice

    As a loving pet parent, losing your dog is likely one of your worst fears. Unfortunately, even when they have the most astute owners, dogs get lost every day. To protect your canine companion, we recommend having them microchipped.

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  34. Cat Dental Care, Cleaning, Brushing, Surgery and More - Veterinary Advice

    As a cat owner, you want what’s best for your feline family member and have likely turned to the Internet to learn about home dental care for cats and whether your cat’s teeth need professional cleaning. Unfortunately, not all of the information presented online is accurate.

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  35. Cockatoo Care (Cacatuidae)

    What Is The History of the Cockatoo?

    There are 21 species of these crested birds found throughout Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia. The name cockatoo is believed to mean vice, so named for their powerful curved beaks.

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  36. Leopard Geckos

    What Is The Natural History Of The Leopard Gecko?

    Also known as Leos, the Leopard gecko, has become a popular pet in the United States due to their docile temperament and relative ease of care.

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  37. Dog Ultrasound, X-Ray, and More - Canine Diagnostic Imaging

    Dog diagnostic imaging provides your veterinarian with a clear picture of what’s going on inside your dog’s body and typically involves an x-ray, ultrasound, or CT scan.

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  38. Cat Microchipping, ID Tags, Registration, Lookup and More - Veterinary Advice

    Cat microchipping is essential to your cat’s safety, allowing for their safe return if your outdoor cat gets lost or your indoor cat escapes into unfamiliar surroundings.

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  39. Dog Dental Care - Cleaning, Procedures, and Prevention - Veterinary Advice

    As a dog owner, you may have noticed that your pet has a case of unpleasant “doggy breath,” tooth discoloration, or worse. Whether you have a brand-new puppy or an older dog, the fact that you are taking time to research good oral health for your canine companion is a great start!

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  40. African Grey and Other Parrots

    General Care of African Grey Parrots and Other Parrots

    Parrots have been kept in captivity for generations as a fashionable home accessory.

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  41. Crested Geckos

    What Are The Features Of The Crested Gecko?

    Cresties live around 10-20 years and reach an average length of 7-9 inches long making them a small lizard ideal for apartment living.

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  42. Cat Diagnostic Imaging, Ultrasound, X-Ray and More - Veterinary Advice

    As in human medical care, diagnostic imaging is a common and effective way to help diagnose certain conditions in cats, from broken bones to cancerous tumors.

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  43. Dog Anesthesia and Sedatives for Surgical and Dental Procedures

    If you are preparing for an upcoming dog surgery or a dental procedure, you probably have questions about canine anesthesia. You might even feel a bit apprehensive at the thought of your pet undergoing a procedure.

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