Veterinary Care Services In Riverside, CA

We're pleased to offer the following services at Woodcrest Veterinary Clinic:

Our scheduling system is digitized, enabling us to promptly arrange appointments for both you and your pet. Our dedicated receptionists and team strive to fulfill all requests to the best of our capacity. Emergencies are welcomed during our clinic hours. If you suspect an emergency with your pet, please call us or visit the clinic immediately. To optimize assistance, we recommend calling ahead, this allows a staff member to guide you through your specific situation.

​​​​​Vaccine Clinic

We offer a Vaccine Clinic Mondays through Saturdays. By appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment today!

Types of Pets Seen

At Woodcrest Veterinary Clinic our Practice is limited to:

Guinea Pigs

​​​​​​​Emergency & Urgent Care

We have a veterinarian and personnel on duty 6 days a week during regular business hours who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet has. Usually an emergency team consists of at least one veterinarian and several technicians working together to save a pet's life. Emergencies can be things such a snail bait poisoning, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a team member can advise you on your particular emergency. After hours emergencies are referred to the following emergency clinics:

Corona Animal Emergency Center: 541 N Main St Suite 107, Corona, CA 92880, (951) 482-5137
Veterinary Emergency Center of Redlands:1422 Industrial Park Ave, Redlands, CA 92374, (909) 793-5999
VCA California Veterinary Specialist Murrieta: 39809 Avenida Acacias, Suite E., Murrieta, CA 92563, 951-600-9803
Animal Emergency Clinic in Grand Terrace, CA (909) 653-2314.

​​​​​​​Spay and Neuter

We offer spay and neuter for dogs and cats Monday through Friday. The cost of the service will vary. Call us for more details.

​​​​​​​Puppy and Kitten Plans

These bundled plans will save you 30%. Each plan includes examination, 1st-year vaccinations, fecal test, deworming (2 for puppies), office visits.

​​​​​​​Dental Services and Oral Care

Dogs and cats are prone to developing the same types of dental diseases and problems as humans, including gingivitis, periodontal disease, tooth decay, staining and cavities. We recommend that all dogs and cats receive their first dental checkup shortly after they are weaned and at least once a year for every year of their lives. Pet dental checkups include an examination of your pet’s head, neck, face, ears and mouth in order to check for signs of health problems. Once the basic examination is complete, your veterinarian will completely clean all the plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth and below the gum line. Once your pet’s teeth are clean, we can give you tips and tricks to help you remove food particles and plaque at home between professional pet dental cleanings, like pet-safe toothpaste and toothbrushes as well as dental chews.


We offer labs, ultrasound and xrays, urinalysis, various cultures, stool samples.

​​​​​​​Light Grooming and Nail Trimming

Medically Necessary Grooming 
Sanitary trims and baths as needed due to the pet being sick. 
Please note we do not have Groomer Services. 

Nail Trimming 
For cats or dogs. This is especially important for older pets and indoor pets to avoid the nails from growing into their paw pads. Nail trimming can be added to your exam at your request. 

​​​​​​​Expressing Anal Glands

If you notice your dog is rubbing its butt on the carpet or ground, or if you notice they are licking or chewing their rear ends or tails this could be a sign that they have fluid built-up that needs to be taken care of.

​​​​​​​Vaccinations and Examinations

Regular vaccinations and examinations will help keep your pet healthy and happy. Your veterinarian will be able to advise you of the frequency that your pet should be examined, but most recommend either annual or six-monthly visits. This is because pets age an average of 7 times faster than humans and so by the time they reach 6/7 years old they are considered middle-aged. Larger breeds of dogs are often considered to be seniors by the time they reach 8.

​​​​​​​Health Certificates for Traveling

Please note: We need time to process your requests, because each state and country have different requirements. Please be sure to let us know in advance of where you will be going.

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​​​​​​​Blood Transfusion

If this is a service you need, please call us to discuss further.

​​​​​​​Preventive Care for Fleas

Every parent to a furry pet knows how much of a nuisance fleas can be. At best your pets become itchy and skittish, at worst they become miserable and lethargic. And just like ticks, fleas can be a vector for disease for your pets, or even for you! Fleas can be partly responsible for roundworms or flatworms, and can be responsible for infections including typhus, spotted fever, cat-scratch fever, or more rarely, the plague.

​​​​​​​Rattlesnake Vaccines

 Preventative and anti-venom treatment.

​​​​​​​Specialized Surgeries

  • Soft Tissue Surgery:  laceration repair, internal/external mass excision, growth removal, hernia repair,  Gastropexy (GDV), and flat face dog commonly known as bulldog surgery.

    • Orthopedic Surgery: TPLO, cruciate repair, and fracture repair.

    • Brachycephalic' surgery (flat-faced dog surgery): focuses on correcting anatomical abnormalities in short-nosed breeds to improve their breathing and overall health.

    • Gastropexy surgery (GDV): involves securing the stomach to the abdominal wall to prevent it from twisting or moving abnormally.


Heartworm is a serious illness that can cause heart failure, lung disease, organ damage and even death in dogs, cats and ferrets. Heartworm is most prevalent in pets living along the Atlantic Gulf coasts from New Jersey to the Gulf of Mexico, and in those living alongside the Mississippi and its main tributaries. However it has been found in pets in all of the US States.

​​​​​​​Preventive Care for Ticks

Ticks are arachnids that belong to the same family as spiders and mites. They are parasitic and feed on the blood of host animals. They are visible to the naked eye, but the start of around the size of a pinhead before swelling with blood as they feast. 


Pregnancy and abdominal, can be performed 45 days into pregnancy.