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Lodi Veterinary Hospital strives to provide exceptional veterinary care to the companion animals of Lodi, CA and the surrounding communities including Galt, Lockeford, and Stockton.
We strive to consistently exceed client expectations, with no exceptions. We do this by providing outstanding service to our clients through:
By doing this, we ensure the highest level of trust with our clients.
We provide a positive, motivational, family-like work environment for our staff encouraging continuing education and professional and personal growth. That creates an environment where we are excited to come to work and are dedicated to our mission.
We strive to better the community by improving the health of its animals, strengthening the bond between our clients and their four-legged companions, as well as supporting local organizations.
We provide a unique brand of veterinary medicine with a level of quality, personalized care and service currently unavailable in Lodi and the surrounding areas.
Hayden Webster BVSc.
At Lodi Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Hayden Webster
Lodi Veterinarian | Lodi Veterinary Hospital | (209) 368-5166
325 W. Lockeford Street
Lodi, CA 95240
Such a great place, everyone seemed to genuinely enjoy what they were doing. The Dr was very thorough and for that reason I will only go there. Great job Lodi Vet Hospital.
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