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Stan Goldfarb, DVM
Erin Siek, DVM
Viru Gopisetty, 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, Holistic consults, 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 and comfortable as possible to live a happy and healthy life.
Our doctors have been part of the Marin community for over 30 years.
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
I was so amazed by the level of care and attention he [Chino] received from the entire staff. I am happy to say that almost 6 months after his FCE he is a new pug! He regained full movement in his back legs and is able to do everything he did prior to the FCE, all thanks to the therapy he received..
Katye Sanders / San Rafael, CA
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