Veterinarians in Roseville, CA
W Roseville Veterinary Hospital has been delivering extraordinary pet care for Roseville and surrounding areas since 1995. We moved from our original location on Baseline Road to a new, bigger hospital facility on Galilee Road and now provide expanded full-service quality medical care for your special family member. We now supply additional services at our adjacent Pet Resort, Day Care and Grooming Facilty. We encourage you to make an appointment by telephone 916-773-3451, or in person at our hospital.
read moreAt West Roseville Veterinary Hospital, we recognize the importance of practicing preventative veterinary medicine in promoting the longevity of all companion animals. We focus on canine and feline wellness, dental health, and early intervention for disease prevention. We take pride in our work, and proactively contribute to making the work environment supportive and respectful for each and every team member, client and patient. West Roseville Veterinary Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital treating dogs and cats in the Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln and Granite Bay communities.
read moreAt West Roseville Veterinary Hospital, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of veterinary care for our patients, and to maintaining a professional environment that is characterized by compassion, trust, and respect for our clients and team members. We also recognize the importance of teamwork and staff education in maintaining these core values. Full service veterinary hospital serving the greater Roseville area. Our care focuses on companion animals, primarily dogs and cats. We offer preventative medicine as well as diagnostics such as in house laboratory and digital radiographs.
read moreOur team is passionate about dental care. Preventative care and understanding that about 75% of disease occurs under the gum line where we can't see it are two critical factors when it comes to Dental care for your pet. Dental x rays, why? Are they necessary for every patient? YES YES YES! Our pets do not tell us they are in pain. Every patient that has a complete oral health assessment has x-rays done while under general anesthesia. It is common to do an oral exam in an animal that there was no complaint of a problem and find broken teeth or roots.