COVID-19 Updates and Alerts
Welcome to Grantline Veterinary Hospital!
- Curbside service is available however, our lobby is still closed.
- Masks are required, but please do not be alarmed if you see some of our staff without masks.
- 2 Clients are only allowed in exam rooms for Euthanasia services.
We’ll be there when your pet needs us.
What We Do:
Grantline Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital and wellness center. We provide in-house surgeries, a full range of diagnostic laboratory services, and a complete pet pharmacy. At Grantline Veterinary Hospital, we pledge to make your pet care as affordable as we have made it convenient.
Grantline Veterinary Hospital comprises a modern hospital, surgical unit, radiology department, and on-site laboratory. We emphasize preventive care whenever possible to ensure a happy, healthy, and long life for your pet. We offer physical examination, vaccinations, heartworm and parasite prevention, puppy and kitten vaccination programs, veterinary dentistry, and nutritional counseling services.
Job duties: Examine animals to diagnose their health problems; Medicate animals suffering from infections or illnesses; Treat and dress wounds; Set fractures; Perform surgery; Prescribe medication; Vaccinate against diseases, such as distemper and rabies; Advise owners about feeding, behavior, and breeding; Euthanize animals when necessary; Provide professional, medical, and nutritional diagnostics and treatment of companion animals; and Consult with pet owners about animal health and care issues.
Requires First Professional Degree of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from a US university or its foreign equivalent, State Licensure to practice Veterinary Medicine in the state of California.
We offer a wide range of services to keep your pet happy and healthy.
What our clients are saying:
"Absolutely first class care at an affordable price. Our little toy poodle, Yogi went in to have his teeth cleaned. We were told, correctly, that he also needed a tooth pulled. The tooth was badly infected and he bled a lot. The nurse hand-held him and treated him until he pulled through. The price was about 1/2 what was estimated it would be at a Walnut Creek vet for the same service. Later Yogi needed a cancer removed from his anal gland. Again the removal and post-op care was first class, and again the price was probably less than 1/2 the Walnut Creek vet. How expensive is the Walnut Creek vet? Our son took his cat there in the evening and the overnight bill was $6000+. Go to Grantline, they are better and much cheaper."
– Lance S.
"I took my first pup here for all her vaccines and to be spayed. Absolutely love the staff. Very affordable. A few months later she got into my purse and ate 120 strong Xanax while i was out of the Room and we rushed her there as soon as we realized. They told me she might not make it thru the night but they did everything they could and 2 years later, i still have my little girl thanks to these guys. We love them!"
– Laurie B.