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April 4, 2016
Marcela is a treasured member of our Client Service Representative team. Read about why we are excited to feature Marcela as our April Employee of the Month! Read More


March 28, 2016
"We are very satisfied with Dr. Kirsten Williams. She is one in a million vets- smart, kind, and compassionate"
-Client Survey Comments 11/2015 Read More


February 21, 2016
"Dr. Vega is the best!...They are friendly, priced right and genuinely care for your pet.”
5 Star YELP Review 2015 Read More


May 2, 2016
"Dr. Miller is fantastic... We drive over 50 miles for every visit because there is no better care for our two dogs"
-Client Survey Feedback, 4/10/2016 Read More


June 28, 2016
A few years ago, I had a 5 week old kitten come in to the hospital, presenting for difficulty breathing, white gums, no interest in eating and being lethargic. A day prior, the kitten had been found covered in fleas – so many that its white coat had appeared black. Read More


May 18, 2016
Dr. Stefanie Wong answers questions about Canine Influenza: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention.
Canine Influenza, also known as the dog flu, is a highly infectious virus that has been confirmed in 40 states across the United States, including California. Read More


January 13, 2016
Emily is one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians and is an asset to BRVC. Read why Emily is our first Employee of the Month in 2016! Read More


January 12, 2016
Studies show that more than 1/3 of the nation's dogs are infected with intestinal parasites. These can be microscopic single-celled organisms, or larger worms that are several inches long. For complicated biological reasons, most puppies are actually born with a type of intestinal worm called Ascarids, otherwise commonly referred to as “roundworms”. Read More


January 10, 2016
We're proud to have so many high caliber veterinarians at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center. Each month we'll highlight a BRVC veterinarian so you get to know them. We are confident you'll find the right veterinarian for your family. Read More


December 7, 2015
Vaccines are an important tool for disease prevention in individual animals, as well as for disease control on a global scale. Vaccinations are designed to strengthen your pet's immune system against infectious disease, to either prevent or minimize symptoms, should they later become infected. Click to read and learn more about the core vaccinations for cats and dogs. Read More


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