- Good Samaritan Fund
This Arroyo program aids animals in critical need of medical attention who have no caretakers or who have caretakers with limited funds for veterinary services such as surgery, hospitalization, and medication. Proceeds from many of our classes and events go to support the Good Sam fund. You'll also find donation cups in our reception area.
- Paws for Youth
Paws for Youth is offered to classrooms and students interested in a career in the animal healthcare field or just to increase awareness of the veterinary profession. The program includes classroom presentations, personal interviews, career day talks and job shadowing. The staff will bring live cats and dogs to further enhance the student's experience as well as x-rays and models. Job shadowing includes a two hour visit to the hospital to observe a working day behind the scenes in the treatment and surgery areas.
Dr. Stallings speaking to 4th & 5th
graders at a recent El Verano Career Day
Veterinary Nurse Katie Willard
demonstrates for students at the
"Expanding Horizons" day in
For more information contact Practice Manager Rich Lee at the hospital, 996-1054
- Pets Lifeline
Pets Lifeline is a non-profit, private, community-supported animal shelter in Sonoma. It operates without government funds to help stray and abandoned dogs and cats throughout Sonoma Valley, providing care and shelter, working to find them new, loving homes, and promoting responsible pet ownership. Arroyo's involvement with Pets Lifeline includes donating proceeds from classes and events, and providing free spay and neuter services and urgent medical care to shelter residents. Every few months, we offer a Pet Loss Support Group led by grief counselor Rebecca Kuga. For more information, visit http://www.petslifeline.org/.
- Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. Arroyo supports this organization in a number of ways, including providing free spay and neuter services. For more information, visit www.scwildliferescue.org.
Arroyo Veterinary Hospital is proud to be accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, a member of the Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce, The Better Business Bureau and a certified Green Business