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Welcome to Pacific Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Stockton,CA
Call us at (209) 474-2444

For after hours emergencies, please call All Creatures Veterinary Hospital at 209-472-7387. 

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For a veterinary hospital that takes great care of your loved ones, come to Pacific Veterinary Hospital of Stockton, California for spay, neuter, and vaccinations. Backed by more than 35 years of experience, we are one of only two LOW COST SPAY & NEUTER hospitals in Stockton, California. People appreciate our cleanliness and our newly remodeled location. We have a very friendly and helpful staff. Customer service excellence is our number one goal, and we always go the extra mile for our customers. Additionally, we have a Spanish-speaking representative available.

Proudly serving Stockton, California for over 35 years.

At Pacific Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Richard Herbert
Stockton Veterinarian | Pacific Veterinary Hospital | (209) 474-2444

6828 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95207


Office Hours

Monday - Friday:

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Richard Herbert
    Owner / Veterinarian

    Dr. Herbert graduated from University of California, Davis in 1979. Two years later in 1981, he opened the Stockton Spay and Neuter Clinic, after many years under that name he changed it to Pacific Veterinary Hospital in the late 1990's. 

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  • Janiele Herbert
    Co-owner / RVT

    Janiele Herbert graduated from Cosumnes River College, Animal Health Technology Program in 1982. That same year, she started working for Dr. Herbert at, what was then, Stockton Spay & Neuter Clinic. 

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  • Dardalee Bussell
    Veterinarian

    Bio coming soon.

  • Lani Chappell-Parks
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Chappell graduated from U.C. Davis Veterinary School in 1993. She has enjoyed practicing compassionate small animal medicine in the central valley since graduating. She enjoys travel, golf, reading, and gardening in her spare time. She currently has 3 cats.

  • Jane McDaniel
    Bookkeeper

    Jane has worked for Dr . Herbert since 1983. She started as a receptionist and now is bookkeeper. In her spare time she enjoys camping, hiking, fishing and watching Walking Dead. She has a terrier mix named 'Yeti' which she adopted from the humane society. She also has a kitty named 'Toadie'.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I want to thank you for taking care of my senior dog Kiwi.
    Because she's a senior you took extra care to make sure she was healthy enough for her procedure. You have been our vets for about 14 years and will not go anywhere else."
    Cecilia Gonzales
  • "I got two of my cats fixed here. Great prices and fast appointment scheduling. The staff was professional and friendly and the prices were affordable. Considering traveling here to get my puppy fixed even though I moved out of town"
    Maria De Los Angeles
  • "The Doc was the greatest! I took my Rottweiler in because she had a gash in her chest. The staff was friendly and we were seen immediately. Tge Doc. advised of her findings and took care of it. I must say the Doctor is a women, recently I took my dogs to a different vet, who is male and he wants to put my babies to sleep for every procedure because he is fearful. My girls has never snapped at anyone or harmed them in any way. Bottom line is was a great experience and this is where I will take all tgree of my babies!! Thank you Pacific Veterinary"
    Aleka Black Opal Murphy

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