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Where Western and Eastern medicine meet
Welcome to All About Pets in Citrus Heights. Our veterinarians have been providing compassionate medical care to Sacramento area pets for over 20 years. Our veterinary hospital provides care for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, small rodents, iguanas, snakes, turtles and many other exotic pets.
At All About Pets, we integrate western and eastern medicine to give your pet the best treatment available. With a four Doctor Team, knowledgeable Technicians and support staff, we strive to give you and your pet the utmost in care. Together we will build a treatment plan to best serve your loved one.
To practice the highest quality standards of integrated medicine and the art of healing utilizing client education and preventive practices enabling our patients to live long, healthy lives.
Citrus Heights Veterinarian | All About Pets | 916-722-0400
6104 San Juan Ave
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
The best place I could ever take my animals. Everyone there from reception to techs to vets are kind, knowledgeable and professional. Dr. Zucca seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to treating our pets. All the veterinarians there are exceptional. This place understands people live on a budget and don't always believe the best treatment is the most expensive treatment. Love, love, love this place!
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