We treat your pets like the valued family members they are!

Call us at 209-599-6153 to get more information.

Welcome to Ripon Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Ripon, CA
Call us at 209-599-6153

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Our goal:

At Ripon Veterinary Hospital is to provide the best veterinary care in a
friendly and competent environment. Your pets quality of life is our
first priority.

Our Oath:

Every Veterinarian takes a solemn oath to use scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society, through the protection of animal health and the relief of animal suffering. Here at Ripon Veterinary Hospital, we take that oath one step further....to treat every animal that comes through our door as a very special being and a close member of your family. The Doctors of Ripon Veterinary Hospital believe that good veterinary care comes from not only the mind, but from the heart as well.

We have served clients from Turlock, Merced, Keyes, Ceres, Modesto, Salida, Ripon, Manteca, Tracy, Livermore, Lathrop, Stockton, Lodi, Farmington, Linden, Escalon, and Oakdale areas.


After Hours contact:
Standiford Veterinary Center

1520 Standiford Ave

Modesto, CA

209-527-8844

At Ripon Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are!

Debra Daniels, DVM and Owner

Ann Scearce, DVM

Janine Fassler (Dr. J), DVM

Lindsay Croom, DVM

Stevie Reichmuth, DVM

Megan Greer, DVM

                                                            Ripon Veterinary Hospital                                                                                                             209-599-6153                                                                                                                    134 West Main Street                                                                                                                Ripon, CA 95366


Announcements: 



   

Dr Reichmuth and Dr J are now seeing exotics for routine exams!

We are open during the Covid 19 pandemic. Please do not enter the building, we are doing curb side service. All information and diagnosis will be discussed via phone. Thank you for your understanding during this time!


Low Cost Vaccination Clinic

Saturday, March 20, 2021

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Located at Ripon Veterinary Hospital

Cash only please! Call ahead to see what your pet needs!

Face coverings required, and please practice social distancing.

(209) 599- 6153

Please read our informative blog postings. Hopefully, you will find them very useful!

"We treat your pets like the valued family members they are."



Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff at Ripon Vet are always very friendly. They're patient with timid or difficult pets and show true concern over your pets health and well being. They kind of place that knows your name when you walk in."
    - Sarah
  • "Congratulations on 30 years of service - what an accomplishment! We have been clients since first moving here in 2003 and Dr. Debbie & Dr. Ann are awesome! They are compassionate, friendly and treat every pet we have had as their own. I would not go anywhere else. Wishing you many more years of business!"
    - Debbie & Gerry
  • "Congratulations on 30 years of service in Ripon. I am a relative newcomer having been a happy user of your services for my two dogs Momi and Makana for 5 years now. Dr. Ann is our vet and I am so happy with her dedication and kindness toward me and my dogs. I appreciate all the staff and how caring and careful they are with my animals. Looking forward to many more wonderful years of care from Ripon Vet. Congratulations again!!!!"
    - Linda

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