Preferred Local Veterinarians

Victoria Bannerman, DVM – Adobe Animal Hospital of Soquel, 1600 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95065

(831) 462-5293

http://adobevets.com/

Joseph C. Ramaekers, DVM – 3055 Stanley Ave. Santa Cruz, Ca 95065

(831) 476-5050

http://www.ramaekersnutrition.com/

Scotts Valley Veterinary Clinic – 4257 Scotts Valley Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066

(831) 438-2600

http://www.scottsvalleyvet.com/

Pacific Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Service – 1980 41st Avenue, Capitola CA 95010

(831) 717-4834

http://pacificveterinaryspecialists.com/

Westside Animal Hospital – 411 Laurel Street Santa Cruz, California 95060

(831) 427-2239

http://scwestsideanimalhospital.com/

Mt. Hermon Veterinary Clinic – 266-P Mt. Hermon Road, Scotts Valley, CA 95066

(831) 438-0803

http://www.mthermonvetclinic.com/

Some of Our Favorite Links

Military Working Dogs have been used by the U.S. Military since World War I. American families donated their dogs to the military to aid our troops during wartime. Dogs, along with their volunteer handlers, trained in teams as scouts, trackers, sentry, mine/booby-trap/tunnel and water detection of hostile forces. Dogs were used in WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Panama, Persian Gulf, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Today all branches of our Armed Forces are utilizing Military Patrol Dogs specializing in Drug and Bomb detection.

http://www.uswardogs.org/

Pet insurance helps you pay your unexpected veterinary bills, so if your pet has an accident or becomes ill, you’ve got help covering the costs. Dogs deserve coverage that’s as unconditional as their love. Trupanion insures everything from allergies and ear infections to cancer, diabetes and more.

http://www.trupanion.com/

Every dog has a distinct personality based on its breed. With 175 AKC-recognized breeds to choose from, doing your research is essential to finding the right breed for your lifestyle and a lifetime of happiness!

http://www.akc.org/

Dogs at Play in Santa Cruz County! We encourage responsible behavior within the limits of the various city, county and state ordinances. Please be aware that dog access rights may be revoked at any time by these government entities should there be non-compliance with these rules. It’s up to the dog owner to keep these beaches and parks open to our dogs. And remember, pick up after your animals! Dog owners must carry baggies to remove their dog’s feces at ALL times.

http://www.santacruzca.org/documents/publications/2012DogFlyer.pdf

A large collection of information on health and behavior problems relating to dog and cats. Find information you need to raise a happy healthy pet and be a best friend to your best friend.

http://www.vetinfo.com/

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