Hanford Veterinary Hospital
9086 E. Lacey Blvd.|
Hanford, California 93230
HANFORD Veterinary Hospital is a full-service AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) accredited veterinary medical facility, located in HANFORD, CA . We have been accredited since 1972. It is the only AAHA accredited hospital in the Visalia, HANFORD, and Lemoore area. Doctor's Fausett, Swasey, Walt, and Mumford provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and preventative health care. Some of the services we provide include: spaying and neutering of dogs and cats, microchiping, wellness exams, orthopedic surgery, including the TPLO repair for dogs, dog obedience training, and a monthly low cost vaccination clinic. Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice. HANFORD Veterinary Hospital can provide the life long health care needs of your cherished pets.
CANINE OBEDIENCE TRAINING CLASSES
*Learn how and what your dog is trying to tell you
*8 week hands on presentation
*Any age accepted
*Must be current of vaccinations.
Trainer: Marci Carriker RVT, CPDT-KA (Certified Pet Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed). She has over 20 years of experience and is also a Therapy Dog International (TDI) certified handler with Zuri (a Great Pyrenees) while maintaining membership in APDT, SVBT, NAVTA, and AAHA.
Classes are Tuesday's 7:00-8:00 pm
Schedule for 2013 - January 15th - March 5th, March 26th - May 14th, June 4th - July 23rd, August 13th - October 1st, October 22nd - December 10th.
Sign up today at Hanford Veterinary Hospital to begin the MOST IMPORTANT 8 weeks of your dog's life! The next course begins on June 4th, 2013
We offer a low cost VACCINATION CLINIC the 1st Saturday of each month from 10:00 to 11:30 am. Please have all dogs on a leash and all cats in carriers
This is me and simba before my family had to put him to sleep. he was old and broken. He was twelve years old. He was a member of our family. He was always there for us. he was our best friend, our baby
-love the brewster family
Mrs. Gonzales is so happy that she got precious from the local SPCA. Precious is her new best friend. And they enjoy each others company
Nub getting his reward after donating blood
Nub doesn't need much of a reward after donating blood. Words of praise and encouragement is all that he needs.
Our hospital mascot donating blood
Nub is a Saint Bernard that was brought in to our hospital by Animal Control. He had been shot and hit by an automobile. The bullet had shattered his hip joint. The car accident had broken his femer. His leg could not be saved. The Saint Bernard breed rescue group did not want him. They said because...
Rex (Big Dog)
Our Big Dog forever! You had our hearts from the beginning. We were truly blessed to have got thirteen wonderful years with you. Thank you for all the wonderful memories! We love and miss you so much Big Dog! <3
RIP our sweet Pumpkin. You are always in our hearts.
"George, June 1998-March 2013: A friend through the end. Rest In Peace."
Always be missed... we love you
Our sweet girl, Jelly. We love and miss you girl.
Born in my closet. Wonderful friend. Will always love him.
Malcolm Stewart Gennaro
Mom's cat. A champion. Always love him.
We miss you Britta! We enjoyed our time with you!
My sweetest boy, had him for almost 18 years!!! he loved to be loved he liked to comfort you when you were down he even comforted me while in his last moments the best cat you could ever have I love him and I miss him so much.
Brutus was a member of our family for 14 years & we loved every second we shared with him. He was a dear friend & we will miss him forever. We love you Brutus
Digital X-Ray Machine
anesthesia monitoring equipment
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Exam Room 5
Critical Care Emergency Medicine
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For Active Clients Only.
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday
For after hours emergency care please call 584-4481, the answering service will assist you.
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