Fax: (916) 408-0210
Welcome to Critter Creek Veterinary Hospital, where we provide comprehensive veterinary services. Learn about our experience in providing top notch veterinary care to the residents of Lincoln and Wheatland, CA. We are also opening our boarding facility in June and welcome you to schedule your pet’s vacation today!
We are a full service animal hospital providing quality care to dogs, cats, and rabbits. Our veterinarian serving Wheatland and Lincoln offers:
Wellness care - Look to our Lincoln veterinarian for wellness exams that make sure your pets are healthy every day. We can check your pet's health, listen to your concerns, help you solve behavioral or dietary problems, and be here for all pet-related issues. We recommend annual wellness care appointments for your pets.
Emergency/urgent care - If you experience a pet emergency from eating chocolate to pet overheating we are here to help during open hours. Call ahead to notify our staff of the emergency, and then bring your pet in. We will have a veterinary team standing by ready to step into action to save your pet.
Pet surgery - Our complete animal hospital has a surgical suite where we can perform routine and complex pet surgeries. Whether you would like to spay or neuter your pet, need emergency surgery, need to reset a bone, or have any other surgery for your pets, we can perform it and provide high-quality aftercare.
Pet vaccinations - Vaccinations are an important part of keeping your pet healthy. Let our veterinarians keep your pets up to date with vaccinations.
Lincoln Pet boarding - We are excited to offer dog and cat boarding at our veterinary hospital starting in June! Next time you travel, leave your cat or dog in comfort and under the watchful eyes of our veterinary staff. Our pet boarding in Lincoln service is the perfect solution for care of senior or special-needs pets.
Grooming - We are happy to offer pet grooming services. If your pet needs a shave or cut, take him or her to our animal hospital for a bath and trim.
Our veterinarian, Dr. Thomas Morrow, enjoys keeping up to date with veterinary medicine in order to provide the best care for your pets. While we are pleased to offer professional animal wellness care, we do our best to ensure that this care is affordable for Lincoln area residents.
We are pleased that Critter Creek Veterinary Hospital is the animal clinic of choice for the greater Lincoln community. But you don't need to take our word for it. We have a whole page of "petsimonials" from other satisfied pet owners. Read their rave reviews to see why you should choose us for veterinary care in Lincoln!
Would you like to make an appointment with our veterinarian in Lincoln? If you are new to our animal hospital, you can receive one free pet exam! To set up an appointment for your pet, complete the form on our website or give us a call at (916) 408-0201.
Dr. Thomas Morrow
Lincoln Veterinarian | Critter Creek Veterinary Hospital | (916) 408-0201
140 Gateway Dr
Lincoln, CA 95648
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