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Tuolumne Veterinary,

has 37 years of experience in veterinary medicine.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Does the Doctor see exotic animals?
  2. Is the Hospital a full service Veterinary Hospital?
  3. How long do I have to wait for an appointment or for emergency services?
  4. Do I need to pay when services are rendered?
  5. Will the Doctor see me on weekends in an Emergency?

Does the Doctor see exotic animals?

  • Yes!  He does all the exotics from Petsmart locally and has owned reptiles, birds, and small
    mammals personally.
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Is the Hospital a full service Veterinary Hospital?

  • Yes.  We are well known for laser surgery techniques, cancer surgery, ophthalmic exams,
    digital radiology (xrays), cardiology (ekg), soft tissue, and orthopedic surgery, dentistry,
    and diagnostic blood work is done in house daily on the latest most advanced complete
    instruments available.
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How long do I have to wait for an appointment or for emergency services?

  • Emergencies will be seen immediately if you are a current client ( seen within the past year),
    and most appointments can be seen in 24 to 48 hours. Eye problems need to be seen
    immediately the same day. Pets who are anorexic and listless we will try to schedule
    in that same day.
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Do I need to pay when services are rendered?

  • Yes.  We take credit cards, checks, and cash.
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Will the Doctor see me on weekends in an Emergency?

  • Yes, if you have a history of being a current client, which means seeing your pet for an exam
    once per year.
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