We value the roles animals play in our community.
We are honored to serve as their advocates.
We treat our patients and guide our clients as family.
We practice with respect for life and earth.
Capitola Veterinary Hospital lent a helping hand over the weekend to house some pets evacuated from the path of the Paradise “Camp Fire!” In honor of all of the families… Read More »
A Dog Owner’s Guide to Canine Flu By Tiffany L. Mitchener, DVM What is Canine Flu? There are two subtypes of flu currently infecting dogs in the United States. … Read More »
Most Americans have never seen an animal with a case of rabies. The image of the mad, aggressive, salivating animal has been fostered by Hollywood – think “Cujo” or “Old… Read More »
Capitola Veterinary Hospital now carries Feline Bravecto! This topically applied flea and tick preventative lasts for 3 months and is available for all cats 6 months of age and older. … Read More »
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), leptospirosis is a disease on the rise. The number of cases diagnosed in our pets has dramatically increased in the past few… Read More »
Cutting Edge Pain Relief for your Pet: Laser Therapy If you want the best for your pet, you should look into Laser therapy–one of the most exciting new treatment options… Read More »
Capitola Veterinary Hospital is pleased to announce that we are now powered by wind! We have partnered with Arcadia Power, a clean energy company that uses renewable energy sources to… Read More »
Capitola Veterinary Hospital’s mission statement includes our value of the wonderful community that we live in and call home. We love this community and have supported it through many contributions… Read More »
The Green Room
In alignment with our Mission Statement we will reserve a section of our newsletter each issue for celebrating the things that… Read More »