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2016 Softball Season Starts May 15th!
Please come out to see Sunset's "Woof Pack" play softball at Al Patch Park in Vacaville. Our games last year were pretty entertaining. Come root for us!
Stop by the hospital to find out the times of our games on Sunday Nights!
Open House Was a Success!
Sunset Christmas Party!
Sunset Animal Hospital would like to announce our new Softball Team "Twisted Whiskers"! We are a Coed team consisting of staff and spouses and we play every Tuesday night starting May 19th. We are playing on the Vacaville Recreational Adult Sports Team. We promise to keep you entertained, so come and root for your team! Call the hospital for game times and locations!
Sunset Animal Hospital would like to say that after 23 years of service, sadly, Dr. Veda Mack will no longer be a part of our team. This is a big loss for us and to the loyal clients. She has been a big part of our practice’s long-standing presence in the community. In addition, Dr. Mack was part of the success of building the foundation that we have grown into today. Like Dr. Wolfe, Dr. Mack has trained and mentored numerous technicians and veterinarians over the years and the veterinary industry is indebted to her. We wish her continued success in her contributions to the veterinary industry and our community!
We will miss you Dr. Mack!
Join us in congratulating Dr. Wolfe in her decision to take a sabbitical and enjoy time for herself and her family! Dr. Terri Wolfe opened Sunset Animal Clinic in 1986 and has been a central pillar in the community for 30 years! One of Dr. Wolfe’s main principles was providing exceptional patient care, always keeping in mind client convenience. She has developed countless relationships and has cared for thousands of beloved pets. She truly gave her heart to each and every patient and built strong, timeless bonds with her clients.
She has expanded her knowledge base to practice holistic medicine to be able to offer that option for clients. She has trained and mentored numerous technicians and veterinarians.
We want to extend the warmest appreciation for all that she has done for not only the community, but also the veterinary industry. She has dedicated a large portion of her life and her heart to ensure that each and every animal was given exceptional care. We will miss her bubbly presence in the practice, but her spirit continues to be the basis of our continued growth and aspiration to serve the community with as much heart as she did.
Enjoy your time off Dr. Wolfe!