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Best Veterinarian: MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital

Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Village Life photo by Noel Stack

When it’s time for Fido’s shots or Fluffy’s annual exam, pet owners head to MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital.

The full-service hospital treats dogs, cats and more exotic pets – rabbits, reptiles, birds and more – using state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Specialties include preventative care, cardiology, dermatology, oncology neurology and gerontology. The hospital also offers surgical services, scheduled and emergency, and pain management for pets with chronic conditions.

Included in every pet’s treatment is one very important ingredient: “We care,” said Tim Long, RVT.

Marvin Frace, DVM, and his wife Marsha opened MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital in 2002. Since then the staff has served hundreds of furry patients, building a strong reputation in the community.

The staff gets two paws up from Charlie, an elderly dog. “Charlie loves us,” said technician Tami Russell. The pooch wagged his tail in agreement.

MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital is located at 4564 Post St. in El Dorado Hills. For more information call (916) 939-1705 or visit marketplacevet.com.

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