If your pet is suffering from pain or another illness but not responding to traditional veterinary care, veterinary acupuncture may be an effective treatment option. Veterinary acupuncture is very ...View Article
Welcome to Animal Wellness Center of Marin
Now offering Underwater Treadmill, Rehabilitation Services and Acupuncture!
Terry Cosgrove, DVM
Stan Goldfarb, DVM
David B. Y. Fong, DVM, Dip OM, L.Ac
Margaret Holiday, DC
Erin Siek, DVM
Address: 506 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA, 94901
The Animal Wellness Center of Marin is a full service veterinary hospital offering a wide range of services including: Traditional Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Physical Rehabilitation, Underwater Treadmill, Low Level LASER therapy, Acupuncture, Dentistry, Surgery and Radiology. As our pets age their needs change and we hope that some of the alternative services that we offer can help your pet through the aging process as pain free as possible.
We welcome all referrals from our Veterinary community for Physical Rehabilitation and Acupuncture services.
Our doctors have been part of the Marin community for over 30 years.
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
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