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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.
Our Veterinary team is dedicated to maintaining your pets health, happiness, longevity and over all well being. Our quality of care comes from our love of animals.
Our goal is to provide the best care for your pet in a relaxed and friendly environment. We offer comprehensive care including health checks and immunizations, dental services, digital radiology, in house laboratory equipment and medical management of illness and injuries. We have a caring and compassionate staff to make your pet's experience with us as pleasant as possible. Fees are set to make veterinary care affordable to a wide range of clients. We are also actively involved with many local rescue groups and Lodi Animal Services.
We have a number of resources to aid in quality care of your pets. Browse our helpful articles and pet videos. If you have any questions call (209) 368-5166 or email us and we'll get back to you in a timely manner. Our Lodi veterinary hospital is conveniently located, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for you and your pets. Your pet will benefit from you reading these informative articles.
At Lodi Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Elaine Dornton
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 through and for that reason I will only go there. Great job Lodi Vet Hospital.
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