Your First Visit to Redwood Veterinary Hospital in Vallejo, CA

New Clients

Redwood Veterinary Hospital welcomes new clients with dogs, cats, birds, and pocket pets to our facility. We are strong advocates of communication and will partner with you to solve your pet’s health care problems while providing the best care available.

Our commitment to our clients has led to a variety of resources that support pet owners in their effort to raise healthy, happy companion animals. Visit the following pages of our website for a selection of informational sources and thoughtful tools:

Learn about our veterinary services such as veterinary surgery, pet weight loss, and pet dental care. All of our services, including wellness care and diagnostics, maintain the high standards set by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

Visit our Pet Health pages for information about raising a healthy pet from birth through the senior years: puppies and kittens, senior pet care, avian pet care, and pocket pet care.

We encourage you to enjoy the pet care handouts and pet care videos when you need support or guidance.

As a new client, you may want to learn about our convenient payment options including CareCredit and pet insurance.

Call our office at (707) 553-1400 to schedule a visit. We welcome your call and will be happy to answer any of your questions.

Prescription Refill Line

Current clients may request prescription refills by phone at (707) 647-4478.

Convenient Forms Online

Redwood Veterinary Hospital provides our clients with convenient online forms. Filling out and submitting forms prior to your appointment or procedure saves you time and reduces stress during the check-in process. Please remember that the admission or registration process may take a few extra minutes to ensure all the necessary and pertinent information is obtained.

Please visit our New Client Online Forms page.

“For me a house or an apartment becomes a home when you add one set of four legs, a happy tail, and that indescribable measure of love that we call a dog.” — Roger Caras, President Emeritus, ASPCA