We are delighted to welcome you to the official website for Sunset Animal Hospital, your trusted resource for expert veterinary care in and around Fairfield, CA. We have been providing a high standard of diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and wellness services for 30 years, and we look forward to providing these services to you and your furry family members for life. Sunset Animal Hospital has repeatedly voted Sunset Animal Hospital "The Best of Solano" by the neighboring communities of Fairfield, Suisun and Vacaville -- and we're confident that you'll understand why, once you visit our facility and talk to our team!
If you are looking for a skilled, experienced Fairfield veterinarian, you'll find not one but several here at Sunset Animal Hospital. Drs. Terri Wolfe, Sara Miller, Brittany Hill, Brandon Cohen, Bill Davis and An-Khanh Ives bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our clinic, and any of them can give your pets the care necessary to help ensure a long and healthy life. Our techs and administrative staff complete the picture by contributing their own talents, skills and enthusiasm toward our mission of compassionate care.
We understand that pet owners want an all-in-one veterinary resource, and that's exactly what we aim to provide. Our animal hospital offers a wide range of services, from routine pet exams to emergency surgery, to address every possible veterinary need and contingency in an animal's life. These services include:
Preventative wellness - Rely on us for your pet's vaccinations, pest/parasite protection, periodic pet exams, dental cleanings and other wellness measures. Spaying and neutering also counts as a form of wellness care, since it can eliminate reproductive cancer risks and reduce behavioral issues.
Pain management - If your pet suffers from a chronic pain condition, we can help. Medications, nutritional adjustments, exercise plans and other strategies can improve your pet's quality of life.
Surgery - We can perform many different kinds of veterinary surgical treatments, from orthopedic repairs to tumor removal.
Emergency care - We're also an emergency care clinic, which means that we have a veterinarian and staff on duty 7 days a week, including extended hours from 8 pm to 10 pm, in case trouble strikes. We can also perform urgent care for situations that need prompt attention but aren't life-threatening in nature.
One great advantage of choosing Sunset Animal Hospital is the fact that we aren't just a "dog and cat clinic." Between our many experienced veterinarians, we have the skills and training to work with a variety of other kinds of pets, including rabbits, reptiles, rodents and pocket pets. Just ask and we'll pair your special friend up with the perfect veterinarian for his needs.
Take a moment to browse this website and learn more about our wellness, treatment and emergency care. Then call 707-425-4050 to schedule pet exams or other procedures!
Sunset Animal Hospital is now proudly AAHA accredited! To become accredited, companion animal hospitals undergo regular comprehensive evaluations by AAHA veterinary experts who evaluate the practice on approximately 900 standards of veterinary care. Only those who meet the highest standards are awarded this distinction.
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