Microchipping is a form of identification that guarantees your pet can be easily recognized should you and your pet become separated.
Routine check-ups and puppy and kitten programs available as they start to receive fewer antibodies from their mother between six and eight weeks of age.
We provide the vaccinations your dog or cat needs for protection against infectious diseases
Spay & Neuter, Wound Repair, Abscess treatments, C-sections, Dental extractions, Tumor Removals, and
Protect your pet from dental disease is through professional cleanings. We perform thorough cleanings, including the area beneath the gums that you can’t see or access at home.
IN HOUSE LABORATORY
Our in-house laboratory allows us to perform many types of testing that can aid in the diagnosis and treatment of your pet with faster results.
Our state of the art X-ray machine in house to insure quick results.
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842 N. Westwood, Porterville, CA 93257
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday - Friday
Saturday & Sunday
All Creatures Pet Care Center has been a part of the Porterville community in one form or another since 1964. At that time, it was a mixed animal practice (companion animals as well as livestock). In 1975 Dr. Richard Merrill purchased the small animal portion of the practice and Westwood Veterinary Hospital was born. The hospital operated out of a small converted house from that time until 1992 when the new building was completed. We went from 2200 square feet to 6700 square feet, and became All Creatures Pet Care Center. Dr. Merrill retired 1 year after completion of the hospital, leaving it in the capable hands of Dr. Marcella Roan and Dr. David Imbach . All Creatures Pet Care Center was an Award Of Merit Winner in Veterinary Economics Magazine's design contest in 1994. We were a feature article in the September 1994 issue.
Dr Roan retired in March of 2012.
Dr. Imbach is a 1986 graduate of University of California-Davis. He also joined the practice right after graduating. Born and raised in Strathmore, he was employed by Dr. Merrill as a high school student.