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Complete Veterinary Care for Dogs and Cats
Professional Pet Grooming
Quality Pet Boarding
We offer Puppy and Kitten health packages that include vaccines, physical exams, plus parasite testing and treatment.
Dr. John Clay and Dr. Olivia Shull
Chanticleer Veterinary Hospital | 831-475-1479
2701 Chanticleer Ave.
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
|Monday||8 am - 12 pm||2 pm - 6 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am - 12 pm||2 pm - 6 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am - 12 pm||2 pm - 6 pm|
|Thursday||8 am - 12 pm||2 pm - 6 pm|
|Friday||8 am - 12 pm||2 pm - 6 pm|
|Saturday||8 am - 12 pm||Closed|
|8 am - 12 pm||8 am - 12 pm||8 am - 12 pm||8 am - 12 pm||8 am - 12 pm||8 am - 12 pm||Closed|
|2 pm - 6 pm||2 pm - 6 pm||2 pm - 6 pm||2 pm - 6 pm||2 pm - 6 pm||Closed||Closed|
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We also offer a discount on select services for PetAssure Members.
Dr. Clay and his staff are incredibly kind and willing to work with you to get your pet the help they need.
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