Best and reasonable Prices:
I was very impressed at how friendly the Vet and staff were. I was surprised at how soon they were able to see my Dog- Same day- when other places had at least a week long wait. On top of that very reasonable prices. My little dog had the ear infection and my regular vet give me the estimate of $400 but at Del Paso Pet Hospital it cost me only $150 and that include the exam, ear flushing and all medicines. By far, the best place i've ever taken my pets and they have a new client for life.Best Pet Hospital of sacramento. Highly recommended.
Cheap Price = Cheap Results/Service:
I took my 2 rabbits to Del Paso to be spayed & neutered because I called around and it was the cheapest. Unfortunately, they didn't have the best service. My rabbits' nails were not trimmed well, my girl's spaying incision should have been glued because it's better than stitches, they didn't care about her chewing on stitches or being uncomfortable in her very tight head cone, and my rabbits were not handled very gently or attentively, which my other vet is great at doing. I suggest spending the few extra dollars on better care for your pet(s).
I had used this clinic for a few years, and overall I was happy, until recently. I have an older dog...:
I had used this clinic for a few years, and overall I was happy, until recently. I have an older dog that was tested for heartworm by Dr. Bell, and though she "Kia" has no symptoms was told she had it. I did the antibiotic treatment indicated, and the heartguard regimen from then on. I was told that the full treatment to eradicate the heart worms would likely kill her, and since she was old that I should just look for any progressive symptoms. Since then each time I have attempted to refill the heartguard I was told that they needed to do more blood tests, which of course is more money for them. This makes no sense at all, for (1) she is too old for a treatment that could kill her, (2) she has no symptoms, (3) heartguard is preventive, and accordingly would not do her any harm if she did, or did not have the worms anymore. The fact that this clinic refuses to provide the heartguard without more money for tests is a clear indicator that this vet, like so many others, is all about the money, not treating animals appropriate for a fair value.