Full Service Veterinarians Since 1946
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Petaluma Veterinary Hospital


​​​​​​​Petaluma Veterinary Hospital
is a conveniently located, small animal hospital at 2443 Petaluma Blvd. N., with private parking right across from the outlet mall. We are family owned and our veterinarians have provided personalized service to clients in Petaluma, Penngrove, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa and Sonoma County since 1946.

You may have seen our funny sign on Petaluma Boulevard North.

You want the best care possible for your pets, so choosing a veterinarian is a big decision. To ensure state-of-the-art care we became AAHA Accredited 33+ years ago.

PVH has all the advanced equipment and facilities you should expect from a AAHA Accredited Hospital. This includes our in-house diagnostic lab, digital X-ray, ultrasound, surgical suite, dental suite, a pharmacy, a back up power generator, and more.

Our veterinarians never push tests or treatments that aren't needed. They work closely with you throughout diagnosis and treatment so decisions are made together.

Please look at the reviews and testimonials on our website to see what our clients think of us. Then we hope you will come join our family!


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Note on Prescription Refills


Please call ahead with prescription refills, including heartworm, flea and tick products.
This gives us time to double check everything with the doctor for accuracy.

Stopping by for prescriptions is much harder and will potentially cause a delay.


Finding the Right Veterinarians For You and Your Pet!


​​​​​​​Finding the right primary care veterinary hospital and clinic for your pets can be a challenge. After all, you need to be sure that your chosen veterinary clinic treats your pet with the utmost care and compassion during any visit. At Petaluma Veterinary Hospital, our primary focus is on providing state-of-the-art care and treatment to your pet. We don’t just provide vet services, we provide peace of mind to our clients that their pets will be given the best care possible during their time with us. From simple wellness exams to complete dental and surgical solutions, we will be with you through every step of your pet’s care.


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4 Reasons to Visit our Hospital and Veterinarians


AAHA Accredited

AAHA Accreditation for 33+ years means your pets will get the highest quality care possible at Petaluma Veterinary Hospital. Completion of this rigerous process puts us in a select group of only 15% of US animal hospitals.

AAHA Accredited hospitals are recognized as the best in the industry and consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine.

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Low-stress Handling Techniques

Some pets hate going to the veterinarian and act accordingly. But we know that most pets are fearful, not mean. Using our low-stress handling techniques leads to fewer anxiety triggers, less stress, and a better experience for everyone.

Our veterinarians and staff use as many low-stress handling techniques as possible.

Clients as Partners

Our veterinarians know you want to be part of the decision making process. So our veterinarians explain things in terms that you can understand. We think this sets us apart from other veterinary hospitals.

During diagnosis we explain the cost and why we recommend certain tests. Then, we explain what test results mean and we discuss treatment options with you. Client communication at each step enables us to make decisions together.

We Have the Funny Signs!

"Petaluma Veterinary Hospital's signs are just purr-fect!"

A State-Of-The-Art Veterinary Hospital Needs a Backup Power Plan!

Animal hospital veterinarian services at Petaluma Veterinary Hospital

When Petaluma gets another power outage your pets will be safe and comfortable at Petaluma Veterinary Hospital. Like a state-of-the-art human hospital, Petaluma Veterinary Hospital has a large natural gas backup generator to keep the power on throughout the hospital, including our surgical and dental suites.

Our 25Kw backup generator automatically starts and powers all circuits in our hospital when the power goes out. Then, when grid power is available again, the system automatically puts the hospital back on the grid. Then the generator cools down, shuts down, and waits for the next power outage!

So, if your pet is in the building or having surgery and the power goes out for any length of time, your pet will remain safe and comfortable at Petaluma Veterinary Hospital. This is what you should expect from an AAHA Accredited veterinary hospital.