Elk Grove, California

Animal Care Center

Animal Care Center

8901 Elk Grove Florin Rd
Elk Grove, CA 95624
(916) 686-7393
Animal Care Center, Animal Hospitals, Services, Elk Grove, California

The Sacramento area’s trusted source for veterinary services is Animal Care Center in Elk Grove, CA. The professional, friendly staff offers dogs and cats the best in pet care, covering your pet’s surgical and grooming needs. The veterinarian on staff, Dr. Singh, has more than a decade of experience to keep your loving dog or cat healthy.

The team at Animal Care Center offers a variety of services, from regular check-up appointments and vaccines to emergency and pet surgery options. Veterinarian Dr. Singh brings his experience with various areas of medicine to the animal hospital, offering knowledge in not only internal medicine, but also experience with kidney specialists, dermatologists, and oncologists. His master’s degree in Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology ensures your pet is in good hands.

Dog and cat health services include regular check-ups, pet dental care, emergency services, spay and neuter options, and surgery. The staff is also available for regular grooming, which is necessary to keep your pup or kitten in good health. Treating all breeds of dogs and cats, the animal hospital prides itself on not only top quality veterinary services but also a clean, professional environment, making their patients feel safe and cared for at all times.

The hospital offers vaccinations for your pets, keeping their history up to date and their health in top shape. This animal hospital guides pet owners through the recommended schedule so that your pet will not fall behind or have to start their vaccine series over again. Vaccines protect your pet from common and contagious diseases that could lead to more serious illnesses. The team will also help you through a nutrition plan that complements their vaccine and health.

Serving Sacramento and the surrounding areas, the veterinarian and staff at Animal Care Center are prepared to give your dog or cat the love and care he needs to live a healthy, long life. For more information on this animal hospital’s service and care programs, visit their website. To speak with one of their professional staff members or take a tour, call them at (916) 686-7393.


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