Discovery Bay Veterinary Hospital
Discovery Bay Veterinary Hospital, located in Discovery Bay, CA, is a full-service companion pet hospital. Dr. Doug Gray and his well-qualified veterinary staff are committed to providing quality veterinary medical care throughout the life of your pet. We specialize in the healthcare and treatment of dogs, cats, exotic animals, birds and even fish.
At Discovery Bay, we offer complete health care services to ensure your pet stays happy and healthy. Services we provide include physical examinations, spay & neuter, individual vaccine assessments, microchipping, exotic and avian medicine, whole body and dental x-ray capabilities, ultrasound, orthopedic surgery, dental treatment, in-house laboratory and full diagnostic procedures.
Our veterinarians and staff understand the importance of your relationship with your pet, so we make it our mission to provide a comfortable and caring environment to ensure your pet is as relaxed as possible. Here at Discovery Bay, we treat your pets with the utmost of care and concern, as if they were our own.
Our goal is to give your pet more days of life and more life into each of their days. We have the abilities and resources to care for your pet from the beginning stages of life and on through their senior years.
If you would like to schedule an appointment, simply call us on the number listed above. Also, take a look at our online specials. As a new client, you are eligible to receive 10% off your first visit. Also at this site, you will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, helpful forms to assist you and resources to assist you in caring for your pet.
If you need to refill medication, our staff will authorize your refill and prepare it for you to pick up, often eliminating the need to call or pick-up from a pharmacy. Read More >
Laser Light Therapy
We are very excited at Discovery Bay Veterinary Clinic to be the only veterinary clinic in Contra Costa County to offer K-Laser therapy. Read More >
Spays & Neuters
Spaying or neutering your pet can help him live a longer, healthier life, minimizes behavior problems and helps control the population of unwanted pets. Read More >