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Welcome to Animal Hospital in Fairfield
Your Veterinarian in Fairfield, CA
Call us at 707-422-9550
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Welcome To Animal Hospital in Fairfield
Your animal friend is more than a friend. He or she knows when you are having a bad day, need some tender loving care, or are simply not feeling well. They are intuitive to danger and can help you make it through those rough patches in life. This is why you should always give your pet the best care at all times.
At Animal Hospital in Fairfield it is always our mission to provide a caring and compassionate environment for your pet. Serving families in Fairfield, California for numerous years, Animal Hospital in Fairfield offers individualized animal care and a host of services including:
At Animal Hospital in Fairfield, we make it our duty to know and build relationships not only with our patients, but with their owners.
Animal Hospital in Fairfield values communication and animal education. Together we work with our customers to ensure that their furry friends get the best care, and are on a healthy diet of good food and exercise. We provide personal care to every patient. We want your pet to enjoy a high quality of life, free from diseases. Animal Hospital in Fairfield actually treats the problem, not just the symptoms.
Contact Animal Hospital in Fairfield to make an appointment or to speak with one of our knowledgeable staff members. You can also schedule a drop-off appointment, a same day appointment or a call-in. We look forward to meeting you and your pet.
Fairfield Veterinarian | Animal Hospital in Fairfield | 707-422-9550
200 Alaska Ave
Fairfield, CA 94533
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