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Welcome to Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Glen Ellen, CA
Call us at 707-996-2300
Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital offers a wide range of veterinary medical services for your pets. We are located downtown in Glen Ellen, Ca. The staff at GLEN ELLEN VETERINARY HOSPITAL provides medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.
We promote responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients in Glen Ellen and the surrounding areas.
Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how GLEN ELLEN VETERINARY HOSPITAL can serve the needs of you and our cherished pet.
Drs. David and Nichole Brooks have been operating the Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital since November 2013. They are dedicated to continuing the legacy of Dr. Robert Wagner and his wife Pam Wagner who founded the hospital in 1983. Both Drs. David and Nichole Brooks are dedicated to providing the highest quality health care for your animal and concentrate their efforts on preventative health care through wellness programs, nutrition counseling, and client education. Our hospital also offers yearly vaccinations, annual heartworm/tick testing and parasite control, microchip, laboratory testing, radiology, dentistry, elective surgery, and ultrasound by appointment.
New patients are always welcome at the Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital and our philosophy is focused on..."Keeping your pets healthy and our clients happy."
All hospital visits are by appointment only please. (with the exception of emergencies)
An estimate is not a guaranteed price as complications and unforseen problems may increase the cost. If the cost exceeds the estimate we will make every effort to contact you before the work is completed.
Animals being admitted for surgery MUST NOT have food for 8 hours prior to hospitalization.
For your pet's protection we insist that all hospitalized animals be free of parasites (fleas etc.) and be fully vaccinated. This should be done at least 10 days prior to admittance.
Animals entering the hospital must be under control-dogs on leashes and cats in carriers.
All Fees are Due & Payable upon Completion of Services
Drs. David and Nichole Brooks
Glen Ellen Veterinarian | Glen Ellen Veterinary Hospital | 707-996-2300
13700 Arnold Dr.
Glen Ellen, CA 95442
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|Tuesday||9am - 12pm||2pm - 5pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 12pm||2pm - 5pm|
|Thursday||9am - 12pm||2pm - 5pm|
|Friday||9am - 12pm||2pm - 5pm|
|Saturday||9am - 12pm By Appt. Only||Closed|