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Folsom Veterinary Hospital
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Today 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
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803 Reading St, Folsom, CA 95630
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803 Reading St Folsom, CA 95630
803 Reading StreetUSCaliforniaFolsom95630
(916) 985-4700folsomvethospital.com
Animal HospitalToday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Folsom Veterinary Hospital has been serving Folsom and the surrounding area for 40 years. Active in serving the community, FVH provides low cost spay and neutering, plus weekly vaccine clinics. Those services are in addition to regular veterinary care in both Western and Eastern veterinary medicine. 
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"I would definitely recommend this vet hospital to a friend!"
"I went to Blue Ravine and they treated me and my dog terrible."
"Very friendly and I felt like my dog was in good hands."
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Leolia B
in the last week
I have been taking my dogs and cats to FVH for years. Basic care (shots, check ups) is okay, anything beyond that is terrible. After last incident with my cat I finally said enough is enough, time to look for another vet. Their focus is not a health of your pet, it's how much they can get out of your wallet. Unnecessary expensive procedures would be suggested without any consideration of what really may be going on. Here's the last experience which did it. My indoor cat had some swelling on his eye - the first and only version of the vet was foxtail (how likely is that for an indoor cat?) They strongly advised to go in and look, didn't find anything (of course!), prescribed some expensive antibiotic and cortisone eye drops - ca-ching, ca-ching, ca-ching... Half an hour and hundreds of dollars later I brought the cat home, he was crying and screaming for hours as the anesthetic wore off, by evening his eye tripled in swelling and redness from all the "digging" the vet did. I finally wised up, read up on eye problems, got herbal eyewash kit ($11.03) and we, my cat and I, never looked back. Make a book "The nature of animal healing" by Martin Goldstein, DVM, your desk bible before your visit to any vet.
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Jasmine Reeder
in the last week
They changed my appointment to be a week later without telling me.
Kim Ann
a year ago
I had been taking my 2 German Shepherds to this vet for about 2 yrs. I started to notice once I got my 2nd puppy that they charged a lot for individual doses and packs of heartgard and frontline. They advertised themselves as a discount clinic and they may be on office visits, but they make it up for what they charge in other services and the meds they prescribe. I had enough of them when I took my 10 year old shepherd in because her limp had gotten worse. I already knew she had elbow dysplasia.. They still took 2 xrays for $186 and then went on to prescribe the most expensive anti-inflammatory meds. I told them I couldn't afford $8 a pill, but they didn't seem to care. After doing some research and talking to the Germans Shep org I discovered there are many generic drugs that work just as well. I went to another vet, got a prescription and bought a 2 month supply for $25. My shepherd is doing great now, no thanks to them. This clinic is out to make money and does not care anything about your pets is my experience. There are many better choices out there.
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A Google User
6 years ago
I went to Folsom Vet Hospital and I had the greatest experience there. I went to Blue Ravine and they treated me and my dog terrible. Green Valley and El Dorado were Just as bad. Go to FVH. They have the best staff and they also do boarding, (their kennels are sparkling clean!)
Shannon D
3 weeks ago
We took our very sick dog here and after about 7 x-rays and a exam the doctor was unable to tell us what was wrong with her, the only thing she could say was she would want to do a few more x-rays. Our dog ended up passing that night. I feel this vet is not competent and we are very disappointed in the quality of care.
Spencer Steele
a year ago
First time needing to go to veterinarian hospital to get my dog spayed. I set up the appointment for a week in advanced. When I went to drop off my dog the staff was very friendly and welcoming and seemed very knowledgeable for the questions I had. The following day I picked her up and the gentleman at the front informed me that there were some added costs due to her being in heat. He explained the procedure for the operation and was able to answer all the questions I had regarding the operation and costs break out. I would definitely recommend this vet hospital to a friend! Very friendly and I felt like my dog was in good hands.
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A Google User
7 years ago
The last time I wrote a review on this Vet, it was lengthy because I had a lot to say. While I have pretty much vented my frustration and disappointment, I still feel that those of you who are thinking about using this clinic should be warned. I had a very clinical, money oriented experience. I have been used to vets who demonstrate empathy and compassion. Neither human element was experienced here. After my encounter, I learned that two of my co-workers had similar experiences. I have learned (a little too late) that Blue Ravine Veterinary, El Dorado Hills Veterinary, and Lake Forest Veterinary are a few of the vets of choice for those of us who treat our pets as family members.
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A Google User
6 years ago
We have been going to Folsom Veterinary Hospital for 20 years and several generations of pets. We have always found them to be fair and reasonable and compassionate. We have even left our four legged family members with them when we travel. We found that if we communicate any concerns from animal issues to financial ones, the staff and Vets will listen and a reasonable solution is always found.