Your Pets, Our Passion

Sierra Veterinary Clinic is Stockton's most advanced Veterinary Hospital. Our passion is keeping your pets healthy!

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Dr. Cindy Yao
Dr. Julie Damron
Dr. Heather Patterson

Stockton's Finest Veterinarians

Advanced Veterinary Medicine

One of the few AAHA accredited animal hospitals in Northern California, Sierra Veterinary Clinic is equipped to handle every aspect of your pet's care, from routine examinations and vaccines to emergency surgery.

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Advanced Veterinary Care

Our AAHA-accredited hospital provides advanced care for your pets, from routine examinations and vaccinations to emergency surgery. Read More
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Professional Grooming

Our professional groomers are experienced with all breeds. Your pet will return from a day in our grooming salon clean, clipped, and relaxed! Read More
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Veterinarian-Approved Products

We stock a full line of products for your pets, including foods, treats and toys!
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Special Offers

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From the Blog

  • Is your pet in pain?

    We are all getting older, and that includes your pets. As pets and people age, those nagging aches and pains seem to get worse and worse. There are many factors which can contribute to joint pain in your pet, including

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  • A Holiday Treat for your Pet

    We're all likely to put on a few extra pounds this Christmas season, but remember that the treats you love aren't so good for your pet. Don't worry though - we've got a recipe here for dog biscuits that is healthy

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  • 2014 Year in Review

    We've had a great year here at Sierra Veterinary Clinic, and we wanted to share some of the special moments with you through this video.

    2014 Sierra Vet Clinic Year in Review Video

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  • Help us collect donations for Animal Friends Connection!

    Help us collect donations for pets who are awaiting adoption through Animal Friends Connection. They're constantly in need of basic supplies to help care for the animals in the shelter, and this month if you donate one of the items

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  • Symptoms of Osteoarthritis in pets can be easily missed

    Osteoarthritis is the progressive and permanent deterioration of joint cartilage. This can happen over time with age, and/or may be secondary to underlying congenial bone or joint abnormalities. It develops slowly in both older dogs and cats; symptoms can be

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