Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic

Welcome to Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic

Founded in 1996, Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic has long been a center for premium veterinary care on the beautiful Central Coast.

At Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic, we respect the human-animal bond and strive to treat our clients and our patients like members of our own family. We are driven by a passion for veterinary medicine, education, and providing an extraordinary customer experience.

We always offer the best medicine and constantly adapt to meet the highest standards of veterinary care. We only offer services or products that we believe in.

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What’s Happening at PVBC!

We stand for equality.
Our Response to COVID 19
We're open late
Rehab consults now available with Dr. Sheradan Pate
Preventative care plans

We stand for equality.

Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic stands for equality.

Now, more than ever, I feel so fortunate to be able to live, work, and play on the beautiful Central Coast. I cannot imagine a better place to shelter-in-place and enjoy the incredible and diverse environment that we inhabit.  I feel, though, that I should preface this with the fact that I am lucky enough…

Our Response to COVID19

Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for our staff and helping our clients to do the same. As such, we are closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak according to the guidelines and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control.

We want to share with you the actions we are taking to help…

The Dangers of Non-Anesthetic Dentistry in Your Pet

Non-anesthetic dentistry (NAD) can sound wonderful when compared to a dental cleaning under anesthesia. It boasts clean teeth without the use of anesthesia and often comes with a smaller price tag. However, we here at Pismo Beach Vet, along with the American Veterinary Dental College, have found that NAD has no benefit to your pet and can even be harmful…

National Pet Diabetes Month

November is National Pet Diabetes month! Did you know diabetes affects about 1 in 424 dogs, and 1 in 230 cats?

Similarly to humans, there are different types of diabetes that our furry companions can get. The main types are type 1 (insulin dependent diabetes) and type 2 (insulin resistant diabetes). Dogs most commonly have type 1, while type 2 is more common…

Happy Vet Tech Appreciation Week!

First celebrated in 1993, Vet Tech Appreciation Week takes place on the third week of October each year to celebrate the people who dedicate their lives to helping animals! Veterinary technicians are critical to veterinary medicine. They have many roles in the clinic. They are nurses, laboratory technicians, anesthesiologists, phlebotomists, surgical assistants, dental hygienists…

Blue-Green Algae: What to Know

Blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, are microscopic bacteria found in freshwater lakes, streams, and rivers. Blue-green algae colonize to create blooms which can produce toxins. Though not all blooms create toxins, it is not possible to determine without testing. All blooms should be treated as if they are toxic. The blooms givegive the water a “pea soup” color which can also look…

AAHA Accredited

AAHA Accredited

We are an AAHA-accredited veterinary clinic. That means we hold ourselves to a higher standard. Pets are our passion. And keeping them healthy is out #1 priority. We strive to deliver excellent care to your pets, because they deserve nothing less.