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Atwater Veterinary Center

At Atwater Veterinary Center, every person and pet who walks through our doors is treated with respect and loving attention. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing the best possible service, and with experience dating to 1969, clients can be sure their pets are being treated by experts. We serve animals of all kinds and specialize in a range of treatments -- dental, surgical, preventative, and general medicine are all taken care of by our well-trained staff. Each patient we see means the world to us, and we’re honored to be Atwater’s choice to protect and care for your furry friends.
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Atwater Veterinary Center2 days ago
Thank you for entrusting #AtwaterVeterinaryCenter with caring for your loved one. We're always here for you!
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Atwater Veterinary Center3 days ago
We believe in #PetCare with a smile here at #AtwaterVeterinaryCenter. Our knowledgeable doctors are dedicated to providing compassionate #AnimalCare for you and your furry friends. Visit atwatermercedvet.com to make an appointment.
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Atwater Veterinary Center6 days ago
Sushi has the right idea, wearing pajamas on a Monday! We make sure all of our patients feel comfortable here at Atwater Veterinary Center. Give us a call at (209) 358-6000 to make an appointment.
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Atwater Veterinary Center1 week ago
Teamwork makes the dream work. At #AtwaterVeterinaryCenter, our caring staff is committed to making your pet feel comfortable and supported throughout their examination and #PreventativeCare. 🐶🩺 🐯
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Atwater Veterinary Center1 week ago
Fourth of July is coming soon. Now is the time to start booking an appointment to get sedatives for your pet. We are booked a few weeks out. Don't wait and risk not being able to have medication filled! To schedule, call or text (209) 358-6000.
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Atwater Veterinary Center2 weeks ago
This is Lakota, Dr Lawson's dog. Here is Dr Lawson's story about her dog being bit by a Rattlesnake. "We heard Sheena bark, and then, a yipe on the back patio. We went out to find Kota limping. He had received his rattlesnake vaccines, but his leg was already starting to swell. We took him down to Merced Veterinary Clinic and gave him antivenin within 45 minutes. The bruising and swelling extended up to his armpits before they started to resolve. The vaccines had helped buy time and lessen the more severe side effects like thrombocytopenia (low platelet count). I still recommend antivenin if it's not a dry bite. Also, your pet will need antibiotics to address the bacteria introduced by the fangs and for pain management. Lakota went on to recover in Canada three weeks later. Avoid the scare, and schedule a rattlesnake vaccine!"

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