We are proud to offer our clients acupuncture and laser therapies. Acupuncture is a modality of physical medicine used in the treatment of animals. Acupuncture has been used successfully for a few thousand years on all species in traditional Chinese medicine. It is a great option that is now being utilized in conjunction with Western … Read moreAcupuncture & Laser Therapy
Because we are committed to preventive medicine, we believe that the most important component of your pet’s health care is the regular wellness exam. Every pet should have a complete exam at least once a year, and twice a year for senior pets. Annual vaccinations alone are not enough. In addition to administering vaccines that … Read morePreventative Care
Having a microchip inserted under your dog’s or cat’s skin is quick, easy, affordable, and, for the most part, painless way to provide permanent identification. If someone finds your pet and brings him or her to a shelter or here to Arroyo, a staff member will perform a scan that reveals his or her unique … Read moreMicrochipping
Despite our best efforts, some pets simply don’t tolerate veterinary visits in a traditional setting well. That’s why Arroyo Veterinary Hospital proudly offers in-home appointments. House calls are available during regular office hours by prior arrangement with the doctor and you’ll receive the same caliber of veterinary care you would at our Sonoma veterinary office.
Like us, our pets can become ill and require hospitalization for a variety of reasons such as injury, chronic illness or surgery. If it becomes necessary for your dog or cat to stay in our hospital, you can rest assured that your pet will receive a clean and comfortable environment, an accurate diagnosis, pain relief … Read moreHospitalization
Because animals can’t tell us how they feel, diagnostic tests give us valuable insight into the health and comfort of your dog or cat. We often recommend them as part of your pet’s annual or semi-annual exams as it allows our Sonoma vet team to pick up on small changes early on and provide the … Read moreDiagnostics
A seemingly small thing, proper dental care is critical for ensuring the overall health and helping to prolong the life of your dog or cat. In fact, 85-95% of all pets age three and older have significant dental and periodontal disease, which not only is painful and but can lead to life-threatening infections. Arroyo Veterinary … Read moreDentistry
Veterinarians use general anesthesia for procedures that may be painful or require patients to lie perfectly still. At Arroyo, such instances include spaying or neutering, exploratory surgery, orthopedic procedures, tumor removal, dental cleaning, and dental extractions. We follow very strict standards to ensure your pet’s well-being throughout the anesthesia and post-operative healing period. We begin … Read moreAnesthesia & Surgery