Jules Veterinary Center in Tracy is a full service animal hospital with a deep commitment to animals in need. As frequent visitors of the hospital, we greatly appreciate the reasonably-priced vet services for our special-needs animals. Jules’ hardworking team work every day of the week to care for sick and injured animals in our community. The sanctuary’s rescued dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits and, yes, goats have all benefited from the expertise and sensitivity of the hospital’s doctors, nurses and technicians.
Our favorite experience at Jules was with Dr. James Burnett and Abe the Elderly Goat. Last October, Abe needed radiographs to monitor his leg health. When Abe arrived at the hospital, Dr. Burnett clearly guided frail Abe through the hospital. As a 21-year-old goat, Abe moved at “grandpa” speed. Radiographs were completed in no time with the assistance of several nurses. Abe was not stressed out by the foreign surroundings of a primarily small animal veterinary establishment. Abe was treated with the same level compassion that a dog or cat would receive. We applaud Jules Veterinary Center for caring for all animals with a high degree of professionalism and sincerity.