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About Our Facility

Dr. Troy Ford, a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1985 from UC Davis.  Following graduation he completed a one year internship in Large Animal Internal Medicine and Surgery at New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania.   Dr. Ford then specialized…
Mardee Ford Mardee has been with Ford Veterinary Surgery Center since the very beginning when it was only a truck and a converted garage the year 1993. When Mardee is not at the clinic or with her three sons, she loves to ride, work with her Labrador Retrievers, snorkel and…
Established in 1996, Ford Veterinary Surgery Center has provided the Central Valley of California a service for the large animal patient.  Our facilities are fully equipped to handle most cases.  Our services provide 24/7 emergency care, day and night,  including hospitalization with 24 hour staff monitoring, in house laboratory equipment…
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