Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic At Pine Creek Vet we are more than just vets, technicians and assistants. We understand that animals are family too, and we work hard to keep them healthy!
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At Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic, a Grass Valley veterinarian, we are more than just vets, technicians and assistants. We are pet owners. We understand that unique, unbreakable human-animal bond that you share with your companion because we share that same connection with our own animal family members. Thatโ€™s why we work so hard and why we love what we do. Weโ€™re not in it for the money, the experience or the accolades. Weโ€™re in it because weโ€™re passionate about animal health care and we want nothing more than to help your cherished pet enjoy as happy and healthy a life as possible.

Did you know it's National Dog Farting Awareness Day? We thought that was a pretty good one! Anyone have a pup who can c...
04/08/2020

Did you know it's National Dog Farting Awareness Day? We thought that was a pretty good one! Anyone have a pup who can clear the room? ๐Ÿ˜‚

03/22/2020

Thank you for following us this week, with poison prevention week. If you have any questions, please reach out to your local vet, and also more information on the ASPCA website!

Poisonous Household Products Some common toxic household products you probably use/have used. -Bleach-Carpet Shampoo/Fre...
03/21/2020
Animal Poison Control

Poisonous Household Products

Some common toxic household products you probably use/have used.

-Bleach
-Carpet Shampoo/Fresheners
-Febreeze
-Vinegar
-Essential Oils

Most of these will cause vomiting and diarrhea if ingested. Seek medical help immediately.

While essential oils are a big hit right now, and have a huge array of medical benefits for us (and some for animals) make sure they are not toxic to use on your pets and around them.

Vinegar is another great alternative for cleaning, getting away from the chemicals used in most cleaners, but is highly acidic. So make sure to monitor your vinegar usage while around your pets!
You can find more information on:

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Did your pet eat chocolate, xylitol, or another potentially poisonous substance?

03/20/2020
Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

UPDATE:

We will now only be seeing patients that are sick and need immediate medical attention, or those that require necessary preventative care; such as, puppy vaccines. If you feel that your pet needs medical attention, please give us a call and we will determine what actions to take. Our phone number is (530) 478-9141.

We will still be able to fill Rx's and order food however, our protocol will be more strict.

Going forward, please call us before coming in and, if possible, please pay for your products over the phone. When you arrive, please call us in the parking lot or poke your head in the door. We will meet you at the door and give you your supplies, take payment materials if not already paid for, and bring you your receipt.

If possible, we ask that you order you Rx's, food, or supplies off of our online pharmacy, Vetsource at http://bit.ly/2vCwgSb

Remember to stay home unless you have to go out for an urgent matter. We are all in this together and we will get through it.

Stay safe and take care,

Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

Update on COVID-19

While we are making decisions and adjustments as needed, we are trying to protect our clients & staff at this time by reducing the amount of services that we provide for the time being due to concerns of COVID-19.

If you feel your pet may need to be seen for a serious health issue, please give us a call and we will determine what we can do to help. Our number is (530) 478-9141. We are trying to schedule routine exams and vaccines sparingly for now, to keep down risk factors. You may also email us at [email protected]

Again, if you feel that your pet needs to care, please give us a call so that we can take the steps to have your pet seen. Your petโ€™s health is extremely important to us, and we care and want to have them come in if they need.

We will try to keep a small crew at the clinic for food and Rx supplies to be picked up, and we will post more if any information changes. We ask that you give us a call before coming by, so that we can prepare you for your services and make the visit as safe as possible.

Things you can do to help:

โ€ข Call before coming in and we will figure out how to help

โ€ข We can send a staff member out to your car with your supplies

โ€ข Pay over the phone for any services, or with Apple or Google Pay. We will take cash and cards, but we are trying to reduce touch as much as possible

โ€ข Please use the hand sanitizer on the inside of the front door when you do enter the clinic

โ€ข You can also order any food, supplies, prescriptions on our online pharmacy and your items will ship to your house: Vetsource: http://bit.ly/2vCwgSb

We appreciate your understanding, and we know this is a stressful time for all of us. Remember to stay home as much as possible, and to wash your hands in warm water for at least 20 seconds.

Stay safe and healthy,

The staff at Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

Human Medications and animals just donโ€™t jive. Hereโ€™s a small list of some that are harmful to our pets. -Ibuprofen-Grap...
03/20/2020
Animal Poison Control

Human Medications and animals just donโ€™t jive.

Hereโ€™s a small list of some that are harmful to our pets.

-Ibuprofen
-Grape-seed Oil
-Petroleum Jelly
-Adderall

Most symptoms would include:
Seizures, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney failure and sometimes death.

Please visit ASPCA for more information, if you think your pet may have ingested something toxic please seek medical help immediately!

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Did your pet eat chocolate, xylitol, or another potentially poisonous substance?

03/19/2020
03/19/2020

Update on COVID-19

While we are making decisions and adjustments as needed, we are trying to protect our clients & staff at this time by reducing the amount of services that we provide for the time being due to concerns of COVID-19.

If you feel your pet may need to be seen for a serious health issue, please give us a call and we will determine what we can do to help. Our number is (530) 478-9141. We are trying to schedule routine exams and vaccines sparingly for now, to keep down risk factors. You may also email us at [email protected]

Again, if you feel that your pet needs to care, please give us a call so that we can take the steps to have your pet seen. Your petโ€™s health is extremely important to us, and we care and want to have them come in if they need.

We will try to keep a small crew at the clinic for food and Rx supplies to be picked up, and we will post more if any information changes. We ask that you give us a call before coming by, so that we can prepare you for your services and make the visit as safe as possible.

Things you can do to help:

โ€ข Call before coming in and we will figure out how to help

โ€ข We can send a staff member out to your car with your supplies

โ€ข Pay over the phone for any services, or with Apple or Google Pay. We will take cash and cards, but we are trying to reduce touch as much as possible

โ€ข Please use the hand sanitizer on the inside of the front door when you do enter the clinic

โ€ข You can also order any food, supplies, prescriptions on our online pharmacy and your items will ship to your house: Vetsource: http://bit.ly/2vCwgSb

We appreciate your understanding, and we know this is a stressful time for all of us. Remember to stay home as much as possible, and to wash your hands in warm water for at least 20 seconds.

Stay safe and healthy,

The staff at Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

Update on COVID-19 While we are making decisions and adjustments as needed, we are trying to protect our clients & staff...
03/19/2020
Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic, Inc. / Home Delivery

Update on COVID-19

While we are making decisions and adjustments as needed, we are trying to protect our clients & staff at this time by reducing the amount of services that we provide for the time being due to concerns of COVID-19.

If you feel your pet may need to be seen for a serious health issue, please give us a call and we will determine what we can do to help. Our number is (530) 478-9141. We are trying to schedule routine exams and vaccines sparingly for now, to keep down risk factors. You may also email us at [email protected]

Again, if you feel that your pet needs to care, please give us a call so that we can take the steps to have your pet seen. Your petโ€™s health is extremely important to us, and we care and want to have them come in if they need.

We will try to keep a small crew at the clinic for food and Rx supplies to be picked up, and we will post more if any information changes. We ask that you give us a call before coming by, so that we can prepare you for your services and make the visit as safe as possible.

Things you can do to help:

โ€ข Call before coming in and we will figure out how to help

โ€ข We can send a staff member out to your car with your supplies

โ€ข Pay over the phone for any services, or with Apple or Google Pay. We will take cash and cards, but we are trying to reduce touch as much as possible

โ€ข Please use the hand sanitizer on the inside of the front door when you do enter the clinic

โ€ข You can also order any food, supplies, prescriptions on our online pharmacy and your items will ship to your house: Vetsource: http://bit.ly/2vCwgSb

We appreciate your understanding, and we know this is a stressful time for all of us. Remember to stay home as much as possible, and to wash your hands in warm water for at least 20 seconds.

Stay safe and healthy,

The staff at Pine Creek Veterinary Clinic

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People foods to avoid with our pets. I know, itโ€™s so easy to say โ€œgood boy Luckyโ€ and throw them a piece of ham etc. Tab...
03/18/2020
Animal Poison Control

People foods to avoid with our pets.

I know, itโ€™s so easy to say โ€œgood boy Luckyโ€ and throw them a piece of ham etc. Table scrapes unfortunately can be toxic to our pets, and also not the best for their diet. If you make your own pet food, Iโ€™m sure youโ€™ve done a lot of research and have what is best for your animal in their diet, and that is wonderful to know what they are being fed ๐Ÿพ.

Hereโ€™s a quick list of foods toxic to our pets. For a complete list, visit:

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control

-Alcohol
-Grapes
-Xylitol
-Garlic
-Onions
-Chocolate

Most symptoms if ingested would include, but not limited:
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Irregular heart rhythm
Gastric irregularities
Lethargy
Loss of coordination

Please seek medical help if your pet has ingested a toxic substance.

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Did your pet eat chocolate, xylitol, or another potentially poisonous substance?

Poisonous Plants to cats and dogs: Hereโ€™s just a short summary of what can be lethal to your pets. As always, RESEARCH. ...
03/17/2020
Animal Poison Control

Poisonous Plants to cats and dogs:

Hereโ€™s just a short summary of what can be lethal to your pets. As always, RESEARCH. You can visit ASPCA for more of their list at:

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control

-Aloe
-American Holly
-Bitter Root
-Carnation
-Elephant Ears
-Garlic
-Hydrangea
And so many more!
There is also a list for our horse owners as well.

Most symptoms if ingested will include:
- Vomitting
-Gastrointestinal upset
-wobbly (unstable)
-Diarrhea
-Abdominal Spain
-Depression

If you think your pet has ingested a toxic plant, please seek medical help.

There is also a non toxic list, of less toxic for you to check on the the ASPCA website.

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Did your pet eat chocolate, xylitol, or another potentially poisonous substance?

March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week Follow us, this week as we discuss/list what can be toxic to your pets. P...
03/16/2020

March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week

Follow us, this week as we discuss/list what can be toxic to your pets.

Please research, you can visit the ASPCA Animal Poison Control website for more information.
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https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control

#AnimalPoisonPreventionWeek

Thank you ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
03/13/2020

Thank you ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Judy Rae and Cybil are our February raffle winners ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿถ
03/09/2020

Judy Rae and Cybil are our February raffle winners ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿถ

03/08/2020

Sunday Funday

How do you spend your Sundayโ€™s?
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Say it isnโ€™t so ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿน
03/05/2020

Say it isnโ€™t so ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿน

03/05/2020

We have another Raffle coming up. Stay tuned for details ๐Ÿฅณ

The wonderful ladies of the  "Tuesday Knitting Clubโ€ at the Benjamin Franklin store, here in Grass Valley. The ladies go...
02/26/2020

The wonderful ladies of the "Tuesday Knitting Clubโ€ at the Benjamin Franklin store, here in Grass Valley. The ladies got together and handmade items to send over to Australia to the animals in need. ๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿจ
We are so thankful for their dedication and beautiful handmade items for Australia, we are sure those sweet animals will just love them ๐Ÿ’

They also contributed towards the mailing fees ๐Ÿ™‚

As a pet owner, we take the responsibility to become a parent to a fur child. That responsibility also includes spays. L...
02/25/2020

As a pet owner, we take the responsibility to become a parent to a fur child. That responsibility also includes spays. Letโ€™s help stop unnecessary litters, letโ€™s stop over populations in shelters of un wanted animals. Letโ€™s make a difference.

Today is national spay day, recognized by the Humane Society.
Initiated by Doris Day in 1995, when studies showed a high impact on shelters and euthanasia rates. With over 14 million cats and dogs euthanized, Doris set in to motion this great event!
Did you know around 74 countries take part in this event? Thatโ€™s right!

The Doris Day Animal Foundation (DDAF) has granted HSUS $760,000 from 2008-2018 for helping spay/neuter those in need.

๐Ÿ’•today we are offering 20% off your spay๐Ÿ’•

Itโ€™s International Dog Biscuit Day! Do you make your own dog biscuits? Drop your recipe below ๐Ÿ•โ€๐Ÿฆบ๐Ÿฆฎ๐Ÿฉ๐Ÿ•Do you have a specia...
02/23/2020

Itโ€™s International Dog Biscuit Day!

Do you make your own dog biscuits? Drop your recipe below ๐Ÿ•โ€๐Ÿฆบ๐Ÿฆฎ๐Ÿฉ๐Ÿ•

Do you have a special dog biscuit you buy? Let us know what your doggie loves๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿพ

#nationaloveyourpetday Letโ€™s see your pets you have! Here is some of our awesome staffโ€™s pets.
02/20/2020

#nationaloveyourpetday
Letโ€™s see your pets you have! Here is some of our awesome staffโ€™s pets.

Itโ€™s Valentineโ€™s Day! Letโ€™s see those special Valentine pictures ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿพ
02/14/2020

Itโ€™s Valentineโ€™s Day! Letโ€™s see those special Valentine pictures ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿพ

Today is National Pet Theft Awareness Day! Some quick tips to help keep your pets safe. ๐Ÿ“Current tags๐Ÿ“ Microchip (we HIG...
02/14/2020

Today is National Pet Theft Awareness Day!

Some quick tips to help keep your pets safe.

๐Ÿ“Current tags
๐Ÿ“ Microchip (we HIGHLY recommend) with current information
๐Ÿ“Never allow to run at large and always supervise when outside
๐Ÿ“Keep a new picture of your pet handy, Incase your pet/pets go missing.
๐Ÿ“In the case that your pet does go missing, make sure to contact your local Animal Control, local shelters, vet offices and even teach out to social media!

Statistics show us, up to 2 million pets are stolen each year. Thereโ€™s also the fact that 1 in 3 pets will go missing at some point in their lives. Now for the sad fact, of these statistics less that 20% of dogs and 2% of cats are never returned home โ˜น๏ธ

World Spay Day is almost here!โค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ20% off ALL spays  February 25th Call us to set up your appointm...
02/10/2020

World Spay Day is almost here!

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20% off ALL spays February 25th

Call us to set up your appointment now for this day!

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๐Ÿ€Itโ€™s almost February, and that means itโ€™s Dental month here at Pine Creek๐Ÿ€๐Ÿ€We are offering a pretty puuuurfect and ruff...
01/25/2020

๐Ÿ€Itโ€™s almost February, and that means itโ€™s Dental month here at Pine Creek๐Ÿ€

๐Ÿ€We are offering a pretty puuuurfect and ruffISTIC deal
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๐Ÿ€ 20% off ALL dentals

๐Ÿ€ 30% off for anyone who does a 2nd dental as well

๐Ÿ€All of February, call now to get this lucky deal ๐Ÿ€

โ™ฆ๏ธ# 530-478-9141

National Change A Pets Life Day โ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’™*How will you change a pets life today?
01/24/2020

National Change A Pets Life Day โ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’™

*How will you change a pets life today?

Itโ€™s January 22nd- Itโ€™s National Answer Your Cats Question Day!!
01/22/2020

Itโ€™s January 22nd-

Itโ€™s National Answer Your Cats Question Day!!

One of our clients found this sweet Pyrenees out on the roads! If anyone is missing their baby please call us at 530-478...
01/17/2020

One of our clients found this sweet Pyrenees out on the roads! If anyone is missing their baby please call us at 530-478-9141.

National Dress Your Pet Day! Letโ€™s see your pets dressed! Can even be a great Halloween picture of them ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ
01/14/2020

National Dress Your Pet Day!

Letโ€™s see your pets dressed! Can even be a great Halloween picture of them ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ

PSA: โ™ฆ๏ธPlease bring us what you make/have, and we will send them to the appropriate rehab groups. Below are picture grap...
01/09/2020

PSA:

โ™ฆ๏ธPlease bring us what you make/have, and we will send them to the appropriate rehab groups.

Below are picture graphs for directions/ideas.
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Australia is still burning and the little displaced and injured animals being rehabilitated can use YOUR crafting skills! Baby bats need wraps, baby joeys need pouches, koalas need mittens (looks like this needs been fulfilled), birds need a nest for their environment. If you are crafty, and love animals this might be a wonderful way to give directly to the animals in been.

They need "homes" Reshare + Look what you can make:

01/07/2020

We have a very sweet kitty up for adoption at our clinic ๐Ÿพ

Mamacita is what they call me here, and I would love to find a wonderful home. Come meet me, I can be a little shy and like to hide under my blankets where I feel safe, donโ€™t let that fool you! I love some LOVINGS ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

Come to Pine Creek and say hello! Iโ€™d love some visitors ๐Ÿ’•

Today is national Bird Day
01/05/2020

Today is national Bird Day

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01/04/2020
Best of Nevada County 2019

Great News:

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Best of Nevada County 2019

Today is National Pet Travel Safety Day- - Come in today, and get a free Health Certificate or Vaccine with your exam! F...
01/02/2020

Today is National Pet Travel Safety Day-

- Come in today, and get a free Health Certificate or Vaccine with your exam!

Few tips for traveling with your pet:

*Buckle up! As cute as it might be to let your dog watch people from the window in the car, their safety could be at risk. All pets should be secured in a crate, carrier or strapped in with a pet safety restrain seat or harness when traveling by car. A sudden stop or an unpredicted collision could injure your pet if they are not secured. When your pet has the freedom to wander inside a moving vehicle, it can put both of your lives at jeopardy.
If your pet is in a carrier or crate, ensure they are able to sit, lay down and rotate without restrictions for a comfortable experience.

*Packing for two! Aside from bringing the essentials (water and food), make sure to pack a first aid kit for your pet. It is important to be prepared in case a vet clinic is not within a 5km radius. You can also pack a blanket or toy that reminds your pet of home to avoid any unnecessary stress during your family road trip.

*Frequent stops are a must. Regardless of how long of a road trip you are taking, keep in mind your pet will need to use the โ€œbathroom.โ€ This may mean making more stops than normal to ensure your dog has a chance to eat, drink water, burn some energy and do its business. If you are traveling with a cat, it is unlikely they will use a litter box in a moving vehicle. At a rest stop, take the litter box out of the car to increase the chances of your cat using it.
If you and your pet are traveling alone and you need use a rest stop, do not leave your pet in the car unattended. It is illegal to leave your pet in a car, particularly during extreme cold/hot weather.

-Traveling by Airplane:

*Visit the vet. Before traveling, your pet will need to make a visit to the vet to ensure they are healthy for the trip. Depending on your destination, countries may require vaccinations and paperwork to accompany your furry friend for a problem-free entry into the country.

*Fly direct. Pets can become stressed and anxious when traveling by plane. Remove stress by choosing a direct flight for your pet. In some instances if a direct flight is 10+ hours it may be best to have a stop over so your pet can relax and take care of their needs. Worldwide Animal Travel will ensure your pet goes on a walk, eats and drinks water at a stop over.

*Crate setup. Take the time to arrange your petโ€™s crate for a comfortable ride. Ensure the size of the crate allows them to sit, stand and rotate without restrictions. Include a bowl of water and a blanket to allow your dog to regulate their body temperature with ease.
* provided by* animaltravel.com

Address

128 New Mohawk Rd
Nevada City, CA
95959

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:00
Thursday 08:00 - 18:00
Friday 08:00 - 18:00
Saturday 08:00 - 18:00

Telephone

(530) 478-9141

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Dr. Nolet and his staff are very kind, helpful and knowledgable. The doctor is willing to take time for questions and is sensitive to both pet and owner needs. Unlike some veterinarians, Dr. Nolet does not pad his bills, nor charge for every paperclip, etc, used during the visit.
Wonderful, pet/human honest health & caring team that continues to give more than they charge or get in return. I honestly know we would have been lost without them.
I'm a friend of a friend's Baby George.... They care for new clients like it's a member of their own family.
Thank you soooo much 4 taking care of my boy RAIDER๐Ÿถ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
Thank you Pine chreek veterinary clinic for taking REALLY GOOD CARE OF RAIDER....๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿค˜
A huge thanks to everyone at the clinic. They saved my little friend Ziggy.