- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Grooming
- Animal Microchipping
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Holistic Veterinary Medicine
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Docking
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
Our three doctors each have five or more years of experience and care for cats, dogs, pocket pets and exotics. They are supported by an exceptionally caring and knowledgeable staff.
We invite you and your pet to join our hospital today!
Dr. Ronald Weiner has been working for 30+ years as a small animal practitioner and practice owner. He studied at UC Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine. He enjoys golf and hiking, and cycling through the Stanford Hills. He loves travelling to Puerto Vallarta and is originally from Los Angeles. Dr. Weiner lives with his wife Deborah and has two children who are on their own now. He has a German Shepard, Maggie.
Dr. Meghan Fincher has been working with animals since 1997 but has been around animals her whole life. She started working with horses at age 9 in Ohio and went on to graduate from The Ohio State University. She moved in June 2011 from Kansas where she was the Branch Chief at Fort Leavenworth, taking care of all the service dogs at the base. She likes traveling in Australia and Hawaii as well as visiting family in Tennessee and Ohio. She is married and has two sons. She has two dogs Bentley and Nessa and one cat Luthien.
Dr. Catherine Hedden has been working as a veterinarian since 1996 and has been working with animals for nearly 30 years. In addition to treating dogs and cats, Dr. Hedden also treats rabbits and other pocket mammals. Born in Raleigh, North Carolina she went on to study at UC Davis. She lives with her husband and two daughters, as well as 4 cats, 1 dog, 2 rabbits, and 2 fish! She likes to travel to Europe and spends her free time reading and sewing.
Dr. Ian Stone has been working in the field for 20 years. Dr. Stone received his DVM from UC Davis in 1998 and has been practicing in the Bay Area, with special emphasis in surgery and emergency medicine. In addition to cats and dogs, Dr. Stone sees pocket mammals, exotics and avian. Dr. Stone is married with two daughters and has two dogs, Mimi and Nano, two cats, Schmedrin and Shnook and at last count, nine chickens. In his free time he�s kiteboarding, surfing, or spending time with his family.