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FEBRUARY IS PET DENTAL MONTH!
CONVENIENT HOURS: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
The doctors and staff at the Clovis Pet Hospital are dedicated to providing the highest quality pet care and excellent customer service. We offer online and in office services for your convenience.
We can assist pet owners with all aspects of pet care from breed selection consults, nutrition, training and behavior, wellness visits, surgery, dental services, radiology, laser therapy, boarding, day care and just about everything in between. Please browse our site to check out the services we offer
Please call us for more information or to make an appointment.
If your emergency occurs before 8am, after 5pm or on a Sunday, go to FVSEC on Blackstone between Herndon and Sierra. 6606 N. Blackstone 559-451-0800 <----(click for map)
Dr. Steven Fenster
Clovis Veterinarian | Clovis Pet Hospital | 559-297-1222
733 Hoblitt Ave
Clovis, CA 93612
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