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VCA Animal Care Center of Sonoma County

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May you meet this Monday with fierce determination and poise!  #vetmedicine #cat #meow #purr #purrfect #kittykitty  #wel...
04/25/2022

May you meet this Monday with fierce determination and poise! #vetmedicine #cat #meow #purr #purrfect #kittykitty #welovecats #vcaaccsonoma

National Pet Parents Day💗  Here are some of our VCA family pets!
04/24/2022

National Pet Parents Day💗 Here are some of our VCA family pets!

Happy Earth Day!  For the past 50 years, Earth Day has been celebrated by people around the world to promote awareness f...
04/22/2022

Happy Earth Day! For the past 50 years, Earth Day has been celebrated by people around the world to promote awareness for the health of our environment. As you enjoy this beautiful spring day in Sonoma County, remember to appreciate and care for the beauty that surrounds us!

Easter Trivia:  Do you know what species rabbits are?ANSWER:  Lagomorphs!  Rabbits are not rodents, they are small mamma...
04/19/2022

Easter Trivia: Do you know what species rabbits are?
ANSWER: Lagomorphs! Rabbits are not rodents, they are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha. There are over 300 breeds of domestic rabbit.

Some bunny loves you!  Bunnies make fabulous pets, however, giving them as an Easter gift requires a lifetime commitment...
04/17/2022

Some bunny loves you! Bunnies make fabulous pets, however, giving them as an Easter gift requires a lifetime commitment to care for them. Be sure the recipient is prepared and willing for a new companion. Chocolate bunnies are great for those looking for a sweet option😊 Bonus question: Rabbits are not rodents. Do you know what species they are? Have a happy and safe Easter! #weloveourpatients

Four Easter Hazards for Pets1. Chocolate. Keep those chocolate bunnies and eggs out of reach of your pets, it is not saf...
04/16/2022

Four Easter Hazards for Pets
1. Chocolate. Keep those chocolate bunnies and eggs out of reach of your pets, it is not safe for them.
2. Plastic Easter Grass. Pets, especially cats, enjoy playing with the string-like plastic Easter grass in the beautifully decorated baskets. These can cause obstruction in the gastrointestinal tract if eaten. Signs for concern include vomiting, diarrhea, decrease in appetite, lethargy and stomach pain.
3. Plants. Many plants can be toxic to animals. During this time of year, Lilies and bulbs are in bloom. Lilies can cause serious concerns for our feline friends. Exposure to any parts of the plant can result in kidney injury and gastrointestinal upset.
4. Fertilizers and Herbicides. Spring weather is here, it's time to start working in the gardens. Fertilizers and herbicides are extremely toxic and harmful to pets. Please be sure these are kept where pets can't chew or puncture the bottle. Always follow label instructions.
If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call your veterinarian or the ASPCA Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435 immediately. This is the best resource for any animal poison-related emergency—24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Keep your cats safe!  Easter Lilies are extremely toxic, often fatal.  Our curious feline friends enjoy sniffing, rubbin...
04/15/2022

Keep your cats safe! Easter Lilies are extremely toxic, often fatal. Our curious feline friends enjoy sniffing, rubbing, and nibbling on plants. Animal Poison Control is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency—24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think that your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call your veterinarian or the ASPCA Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435 immediately.

Buster recently celebrated his 16th birthday! Buster's mom shared this message with us:  "Dr. Glick and the Emergency De...
04/13/2022

Buster recently celebrated his 16th birthday! Buster's mom shared this message with us: "Dr. Glick and the Emergency Dept are Buster's life savers. Thanks to them, he survived a liver abscess and has been living a happy, healthy life since. As well as Dr. MacDonald who loves him and always keeps a close eye on his heart. We love her. And our favorite dentist Dr. Carter has kept his teeth clean and happy. We love him too!"
Thanks Buster! Happy birthday! We love you! #weloveourpatients #vetvisit

Today is National Pet Day!  Take time to give your pets some extra love today💖 #weloveourpatients
04/11/2022

Today is National Pet Day! Take time to give your pets some extra love today💖 #weloveourpatients

When a mysterious mountain lion suddenly appeared in broad daylight, local authorities were rightly concerned.  Somethin...
04/08/2022

When a mysterious mountain lion suddenly appeared in broad daylight, local authorities were rightly concerned.
Something was wrong with the lioness nicknamed "Wobbly" -- and Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue, California Department of Fish and Wildlife and VCA Animal Care Center of Sonoma County joined forces to find out why.
STORY: https://vcahospitals.com/vca-voice #VCAVoice

Meet our newly accredited Registered Veterinary Technician Amanda!  It takes at least 2 years of education, in addition ...
04/08/2022

Meet our newly accredited Registered Veterinary Technician Amanda! It takes at least 2 years of education, in addition to over 4000 hours experience before being able to sit for the state and national board exams. Similar to a human nurse, there is a rigorous testing process which Amanda completed successfully. Congratulations Amanda, RVT! VCA Animal Care Center is fortunate to have her expertise, care, and compassion! #rvt #veterinary #thankavetech #loveyourjob

We have a celebrity show dog in our midst!  Meet Ebony, a 4 year old mini Dachshund💖  Ebony came in to see our neurologi...
04/07/2022

We have a celebrity show dog in our midst! Meet Ebony, a 4 year old mini Dachshund💖 Ebony came in to see our neurologist Dr. Jaya Mehra. She is the sweetest girl and we are so glad she is doing great. Just look at those eyebrows!!! #neurology #dachshund

Trips to the vet can be very stressful for our feline friends. Most cats do not like to travel in cars.  Loud traffic, s...
04/05/2022

Trips to the vet can be very stressful for our feline friends. Most cats do not like to travel in cars. Loud traffic, sudden noises, and barking dogs can startle cats and their reaction is often to run and hide. For their safety and comfort, please keep your cat in a secure carrier while visiting our hospital. Adding a cozy blanket from home which has familiar scents can help. We are happy to offer you a carrier if you need one. Let's help our feline patients have a purrfectly safe visit to the vet😻

Timeline photos
04/04/2022

Timeline photos

A boy and his dog! Besties💖  Can you remember a favorite childhood pet?
04/02/2022

A boy and his dog! Besties💖 Can you remember a favorite childhood pet?

April Fools' Day!  Some historians speculate that April Fools’ Day may date back to 1582, when France switched from the ...
04/01/2022

April Fools' Day! Some historians speculate that April Fools’ Day may date back to 1582, when France switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar. In the Julian Calendar, the new year began with the spring equinox around April 1. The Gregorian calendar uses January 1 as the start of the new year, and those who were slow to get the news or failed to recognize the change became the brunt of jokes and hoaxes and were called “April fools.”
Do you celebrate by playing jokes and tricks on family and friends?

Luca is a 14 week Goldendoodle that presented to our emergency department for being non-weight bearing on his foot.  Aft...
03/31/2022

Luca is a 14 week Goldendoodle that presented to our emergency department for being non-weight bearing on his foot. After x-rays were taken and it was determined that Luca had small fractures in his foot. Our technicians assisted Dr. Miller in getting a splint and bandage placed. Our staff took great care of Luca, giving him extra love and support. Establishing early positive experiences with veterinarians can help through the years to prevent and lessen anxiety and fear aggression at future visits as they age. We loved our time with Luca and are grateful he is on his way to a swift recovery with his family.

Happy National Doctor's Day!  Today, we honor and celebrate the dedication, compassion, and skill of our veterinarians. ...
03/30/2022

Happy National Doctor's Day! Today, we honor and celebrate the dedication, compassion, and skill of our veterinarians. It takes at least eight years to earn a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree; which includes four years to earn a bachelor’s degree and then, four years attending an accredited veterinary school. After graduating from veterinary school, general medicine or specialty practice are pathway options. Specialties require up to five years of additional residency training for board certification. Some specialties include neurology, cardiology, dermatology, surgery, emergency & critical care, equine, zoo medicine, etc. VCA Animal Care Center is fortunate to have specialists from many of those departments. Our community is so grateful for their expertise and care over the last few years, we've all been through a lot. Sonoma County thanks you all💖

Sometimes you just need to see a stunning black cat to brighten your day!
03/29/2022

Sometimes you just need to see a stunning black cat to brighten your day!

Timeline photos
03/28/2022

Timeline photos

Forecast calls for a chance of rain...don't forget your raincoat!
03/27/2022

Forecast calls for a chance of rain...don't forget your raincoat!

How many of you have to stop and pet every cute dog you see?
03/25/2022

How many of you have to stop and pet every cute dog you see?

Meet Otter, our version of an Otter Box...and so much cuter than a phone case!
03/23/2022

Meet Otter, our version of an Otter Box...and so much cuter than a phone case!

As Spring brings warmer weather, we adventure out more to the park or beaches and enjoy longer walks.  This can mean mor...
03/22/2022

As Spring brings warmer weather, we adventure out more to the park or beaches and enjoy longer walks. This can mean more chances for your pet to wander off! Make sure your dog or cat has a microchip for identification and wears a tag imprinted with your current cell phone, home address, and any other relevant contact information. Be sure to keep your microchip information current too!

Spring Break is here for us in Sonoma County. May we all enjoy some rest and relaxation.Do you take your pets with you o...
03/21/2022

Spring Break is here for us in Sonoma County. May we all enjoy some rest and relaxation.
Do you take your pets with you on vacation?

Peanut came in to see our surgery department (and get cuddles from our surgery technician, Tamara).  Peanut had a mass o...
03/19/2022

Peanut came in to see our surgery department (and get cuddles from our surgery technician, Tamara). Peanut had a mass on her foot that was painful and it made it difficult to walk. Our surgeon, Dr. Margo Mehl, removed the mass and now Peanut is doing fantastic and on the road to recovery!

When did you last go for a run with your dog?
03/18/2022

When did you last go for a run with your dog?

🍀Happy St. Patrick's Day🍀  Our very own Irish, bonnie lass Lyra, an Irish Setter. Beautiful. Majestic. Magical. 💚To know...
03/17/2022

🍀Happy St. Patrick's Day🍀
Our very own Irish, bonnie lass Lyra, an Irish Setter. Beautiful. Majestic. Magical. 💚To know her is to love her💚

Shamrocks are festive for St. Patrick's Day and often given as gifts for friends and family. They help bring a bit of gr...
03/15/2022
Shamrock Plant

Shamrocks are festive for St. Patrick's Day and often given as gifts for friends and family. They help bring a bit of green into our homes, the luck of the Irish! However, these plants are not safe for pets and can cause stomach upset, drooling and head shaking when small amounts are ingested. If large amounts are ingested, there are more severe concerns such as a decrease in the blood calcium level and kidney damage. Luckily the bitter taste of these plants deters most animals from eating a large amount.

If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact your local veterinarian or our 24-hour emergency poison hotline directly at 1-888-426-4435.

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6470 Redwood Dr
Rohnert Park, CA
94928

Telephone

(707) 584-4343

Website

vcaaccsonoma.com

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🐾🐾This place is awesome. The employees are awesome and so nice and make your pet feel safe. Jules just had allergy testing done, in two weeks we will get the results to proceed. 🐾Dr. Nichole Elchome the 🐾dermatologist 🐾is wonderful. 🐾🐾🐾Dr. Elchome treated Bella for allergies before she passed. 🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾Thank you VCA Animal Care Center👍👍 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️‘a
It's been almost a year since Dr. Carter operated on Jasper's broken jaw, and we have celebrated this pug's recovery and subsequent vibrant health ever since. Jasper is a rescue who came to us with a diseased mouth and fragile jaw. Dr. Carter ended up removing all his teeth and portion of the jaw. At the time I was petrified. The surgery was long, and there were about two full days where Jasper was even more of a couch pillow than usual. But ultimately his recovery was incredibly fast, and the way he enjoys life lets us know he feels like a million bucks. Dr. Carter was outstanding. He took the time to explain the surgery in full, answered all questions, and followed up with us multiple times in the days following the procedure. I would do it again in a heartbeat. Worth every penny. Thank you to the incredible staff at VCA Animal Care Center of Sonoma County.
Thank you VCA and specifically Dr. Kristin MacDonald for saving Mushu’s life. You guys are the best.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your great care of our Maizy! Your entire staff is awesome. To Drs. Slater, Olsen and Parra, you are the best. We could feel that Maizy was in the right place. She’s home, tired and loved. We hope this will all pass quickly and she will be healthy and happy once again! 🥰😘❤️ Brad, Kathie, Moxie and, of course, Maizy!
Thank you again to the amazing staff at VCA who helped our sweet old lady find peace. And then I received this precious clay paw print in the mail along with a sweet card. ❤️ Very touching! 😢❤️. thank you!
Thank you Dr Eckholm and team for such a productive and encouraging visit! Sailor is already feeling better!
Appreciate you getting the foxtail out of my Roxy. Maybe next person you can let them get it out without ANOTHER check up that she had 48 hours earlier . To tell a pet owner that you won’t remove the foxtail unless they pay for an exam you KNOW isn’t needed , but if you need that extra $110.00 that badly...shame on you😬
Thanks guys for caring for Vito (The General) in the past. And the nice card I got today from you. Means a lot to us. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157058050038224&id=500743223
Please send to Dr. Westworth. Phoenix.