Dr. Scheidt and the staff at Sierra View Animal Hospital hope your experience is pleasant and that you feel your pet is well loved and cared for in our facility. We treat each pet as if they were our own and strive to offer you the best in veterinary services for your pet, no matter what your budget. We are a full-service veterinary hospital able to assist in all areas of animal health. We offer vaccinations, health checkups, sick pet exams, surgery, dentistry and some emergency care. It is our goal to provide you with the most up-to-date services and we are proud to refer you to three excellent after-hours emergency and critical care facilities. Thank you very much for taking the time to enjoy our website and please feel free to come by our office and meet the staff any time.
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New safety precautions
WOOF! My name’s Motor and for those of you who don’t know me, I run Sierra View Animal Hospital. I wanted to let all my furry friends know that we will maintain our regular business hours during the “Shelter in Place” orders. But I do have a few safety precautions I would like you to tell your humans about. These new safety precautions will help keep your humans and your favorite healthcare team safe.
1. Ruff! I kindly ask when you arrive for your appointment that you keep your human in the car. (Don’t forget to roll down a window for them) 😊 Tell your human to call us & let us know you are here for your appointment and I'll send one of my team members to come out to get you. We kindly ask that your human stay in the car while the doctor does your exam. The doctor will call your human as soon as she has performed the exam to go over all of her findings. Once you are all done, one of my team members will call your human to charge them out over the phone while another team member escorts you back to your car. This will limit the amount of people your human will be exposed to during your visit.
2. If you need a prescription or food refill, please tell your human to call us ahead of time and we can have that ready for them.Let your human know we are more than happy to take their payment over the phone and bring your medication out to the car for them.This will limit the amount of people your human will be exposed to while they are in our waiting room.
3. I request that you please limit the number of humans you bring with you to your appointment.(Maybe just your driver.) Ruff I know!
4. Woof!! Finally, if your humans are sick, please have them reschedule your appointment. However, if you are really sick and need to see Dr. Scheidt or Dr. Battles right away, call our office and we will do our best to help you.We may be able to offer a doctor consultation over the phone or a drop off appointment. We will do what we can to help you while keeping our favorite humans as safe as possible.
I had to put these measures into place to help protect your human family as well as my team. I greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. If your humans have any additional questions, please feel free to have them contact my team at 559-432-1200.
We are currently looking for a Registered Veterinary Technician & a Veterinary Assistant. For more information click here to go to our Career Opportunities Page.