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. 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

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

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

  • Amy's Cold Laser Therapy Story

    One of our RVTs, Amy, was recently presented with a unique opportunity to use our Veterinary Cold Therapy Laser on an injured horse. Amy has enjoyed this experience so much that she wrote up her story for us to share

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  • What happens when your dog tests positive for Heartworm

    Heartworm is a disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. It is an issue in our area, and indoor pets are also at risk. Prevention of this condition is easy and inexpensive, especially when you compare it to the expense of

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  • Avoiding Zoonotic Disease

    They're our best friends, but our pets sometimes carry some nasty bugs that can make us sick too. Zoonotic diseases, or zoonoses, are infections or conditions that can be passed from animals to humans. While most pets pose minimal zoonotic

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  • Springtime Pest and Parasite Prevention

    The weather has warmed up, and both you and your pets are probably spending more time outside. The warmer weather also increases exposure to fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and other parasites, which can cause problems ranging from annoying itching, all the

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  • 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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