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April, 28th

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About Veterinarians

Most pets become members of a family. People treat them just like children. And, of course, they want to keep them healthy. That is where the local veterinarians come in. You first want to make sure that your veterinarian treats the kind of animal you have. If it is an exotic breed of animal or something such as a snake, lizard, or other type of not so common pet, you may have to find a local veterinarian that specializes in the treatment of these animals. Another thing to consider when trying finding local veterinarians is whether or not they treat the size of animal you have. In other words, some local veterinarians will treat only large animals (horses, cattle, etc). Some local veterinarians will only treat farm animals (horse, cattle, swine, shee, etc). And some local veterinarians will treat only small animals (dogs, cats, hamster, etc). You will want to check out the reputation of you local veterinarians. Check with friends and other people who take their animals to a certain local veterinarian. Check with your local Better Business Bureau to make sure there are not complaints against a local veterinarian. Your local veterinarians should have their licenses and diplomas hanging on their walls so everyone can see them. When searching your local veterinarians for the right one, make sure they will come out to your place if this is necessary. Also, make sure your local veterinarians have an emergency phone number or someone on call at all times. Your local veterinarians should be up to date on the recent treatments and medications for the animals they treat. Your local veterinarians should never stop learning.

  • Knibb Debora DVM

    120 Alamo Plz, Alamo, CA 94507

    (925) 998-8368

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  • Mission Valley Veterinary Clinic

    55 Mowry Ave, Fremont, CA 94536

    (510) 797-2323

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  • Animal Care Pharmacy

    33420 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA 94587

    (510) 429-1408

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  • Allcare Veterinary Hospital

    6625 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA 94560

    (510) 791-8387

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  • VCA Mission San Jose Animal Hospital

    1500 Washington Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539

    (510) 651-0100

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  • Aulakh Parminder DVM

    3750 Mowry Ave, Fremont, CA 94538

    (510) 790-2525

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  • Chahal Jatinderpal DVM

    3570 Mowry Ave, Fremont, CA 94538

    (510) 790-2525

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  • Tisdale Robert J DVM Inc.

    43391 Ellsworth St, Fremont, CA 94539

    (510) 651-3960

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  • Hibner Robert G DVM & Associates

    , Livermore, CA 94550

    (925) 321-2401

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More on Veterinarians

As with a medical doctor, your local veterinarians must have a good bedside manner. They must be friendly and kind to your animal and you! Your local veterinarians should always talk with you before performing any tests on your animal. They should explain everything that is wrong with them and tell you all the options you have. Your local veterinarians should always abide by your wishes with the pet. One of the most important things local veterinarians should be is kind to the animals. Your local veterinarians must treat your animal with respect. Your local veterinarians should remember that your pet is part of your family and should be treated so. Local veterinarians should always give you the right to make the final decision in the care of your pet. Never let them talk you into something you do not want to happen. Local veterinarians should have a very helpful, professional, and caring staff. It is best for your local veterinarians to have at least one or two veterinary technicians. This way they will have someone who is knowledgeable there with them in case the pet needs to be held down or restrained. If you have any problem with your local veterinarians, put a complaint in writing and submit it to the appropriate agency in your area. You can find out where to submit any complaints through your local Better Business Bureau.

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