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Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital in San Rafael, California is the just-right mix of modern veterinary medical expertise and alternative therapies designed to provide your pet with a long, happy and active life. Whether your pet is ready for a thorough wellness exam, requires soft tissue surgery, or would benefit from acupuncture or chiropractic care, Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital is here to meet your pet’s needs.
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At Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Martha Davis
San Rafael Veterinarian | Terra Linda Veterinary Hospital | (415) 479-8535
4230 Redwood Hwy CA
San Rafael, CA 94903
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