Veterinary Clinic

Experienced Vet Care

The Knights Landing One Health Center Veterinary Clinic is a free, student-run clinic that serves those living in the Knights Landing and Robbins community. The veterinary clinic of KLOHC offers free medical care to both dogs and cats. Veterinary students provide physical examinations, vaccination, parasite prevention, and minor diagnostics and treatments under the guidance of excellent volunteer veterinarians and with the assistance of UC Davis undergraduate students. The clinic also offers translation services for Spanish speakers in order to provide the best communication between the volunteers and the clients.

Contact Information

Appointment Phone Number: (530) 746-8125

Spay/Neuter Referral Phone Number: (530) 746-8183

Email Address: klcucdavis@gmail.com

Clinic Dates and Location

Due to COVID-19, there will be no full-service veterinary clinics until further notice. We will likely have limited-service clinics offering flea/ tick/ heartworm medication and puppy/ kitten vaccines, with the possibility of opening up more services in July. We are looking for a permanent location to host our future clinics, suggestions are welcome.

Mission

The UC Davis student-run Knights Landing One Health Center (KLOHC) aims to provide linguistically competent and culturally sensitive healthcare (human, animal, and environmental) services to the rural, underserved populations of Knights Landing and Robbins, CA. Our goal is to improve animal health in the community, because this impacts human health and well being, and to address the health of humans, animals, and the environment is to address the health of the community. Our mission is to improve community health in Knights Landing using a community centered approach through veterinary health services, client education, spay/neuter initiatives, and referral options.

History

The Knights Landing One Health Center was established in 2010, when a community advocate reached out to the UC Davis School of Medicine (SOM) to address the lack of accessible human medical services in the community. A UC Davis med student took on the project of establishing a free clinic in the community. The dean of UC Davis’ School of Medicine saw an opportunity for a collaboration, and reached out to the Davis’ School of Veterinary Medicine, as the Knights Landing Community also lacked veterinary services. By October of 2013, we formed a cohesive One Health organization, and held our first veterinary clinic. Our founders sought to provide accessible and culturally sensitive medical and veterinary services and educate the community on health risks. Since 2013, we have provided free physical exams, flea/tick medication, spay/neuter surgery, nail trims and other veterinary care in both Spanish and English.

Services Offered

  • Physical Exams
  • Deworming
  • Vaccines
  • Diagnostics
  • Client Education
  • Flea-tick preventatives
  • Spay/ Neuter

Appointment Request Form

Flea/Tick/Heartworm Request Form

Outside Veterinary Resources

Cremation & Cemetery Services

Caring Pet Crematory 

Phone: (916) 469-0801

Website: https://www.caringpetcrematory.com

Address: 4720 Beloit Dr, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95838

Sacramento Pet Cemetery and Crematory 

Phone: (916) 423-1042

Website: http://www.sacramentopetcemetery.com 

Address: 9558 Gerber Rd Sacramento, CA 95829

Treasured Pets

Phone: 916-348-4000

Website: http://treasuredpets.net/

Address: 4601 Pell Drive Sacramento, CA 95838

 

Emergency Clinics:

UC Davis Small Animal Emergency Clinic

Phone: (530) 752-1393

Website: https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/hospital/emergency

Address: University of California, Davis VMTH One Garrod Dr. Davis, CA 95616

 

Woodland Veterinary Hospital 

Phone: (530) 666-2461

Website: https://woodlandvethospital.com/

Address: 445 Matmor Rd., Woodland, CA 95776

 

VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center

Phone: (916) 362-3111 (Emergency #: 1-888-426-4435)

Website: https://vcahospitals.com/sacramento-veterinary-referral-center

Address: 9801 Old Winery Place, Sacramento, CA, 95827

 

Vista Veterinary Specialists

Phone: (916) 231-4445

Website: http://www.vistavets.com/

Address: 7425 Greenhaven Dr. Sacramento, CA 95831

 

Spay/Neuter Clinics:

UC Davis Small Animal Emergency Clinic

Phone: (530) 752-1393

Website: https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/hospital/emergency

Address: University of California, Davis VMTH One Garrod Dr. Davis, CA 95616

 

Woodland Veterinary Hospital 

Phone: (530) 666-2461

Website: https://woodlandvethospital.com/

Address: 445 Matmor Rd., Woodland, CA 95776

 

VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center

Phone: (916) 362-3111 (Emergency #: 1-888-426-4435)

Website: https://vcahospitals.com/sacramento-veterinary-referral-center

Address: 9801 Old Winery Place, Sacramento, CA, 95827

 

Vista Veterinary Specialists

Phone: (916) 231-4445

Website: http://www.vistavets.com/

Address: 7425 Greenhaven Dr. Sacramento, CA 95831

 

Large Animal and/or Exotic Animal Vets:

Gold Coast Veterinary Service (Livestock and Large Animal)

Phone: (530) 771-7150

Website: https://www.goldcoastveterinaryservice.com

Address: Mobile Clinic

 

UC Davis Teaching Hospital (All Species)

Phone: (530) 752-0292 for Large Animals and (530) 752-1393 for Small or 

Exotic Animals

Websites: https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/hospital/large-animal (Large 

Animal) and 

https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/hospital/small-animal/cape (Small or Exotic 

Animals)

Address: 1 Garrod Dr, Davis, CA 95616

 

Natomas Veterinary Hospital (Birds, Reptiles, and Small Exotics)

Phone: (916) 925-3535

Website: http://natomasvet.com/home.html 

Address: 4551 Gateway Park Blvd, Suite 2 Sacramento, CA 95834

 

Donations

Donations to the Knights Landing One Health Center Veterinary Clinic are used to fund our free clinic services. If you are able, donations are very much appreciated and they can be given in-person at our monthly clinics or sent via the following link: https://give.ucdavis.edu/VOHI/V673KLC

Vaccine Schedule Information

Puppy’s First Shots

The following is a rough timeline for canine and feline vaccine schedules:

1. DHPP (Distemper/parvo)
a. First dose between 6-8 weeks
b. Booster every 4 weeks, until 16 weeks
c. Annual booster

2. Rabies
a. First dose at 12 weeks
b. Booster 12 months later
c. Booster every 3 years

3. Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
a. First dose at 8 weeks
b. Annual booster

4. Canine Influenza (not all dogs will need this)
a. First dose at 6-8 weeks
b. Booster 2-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

5. Deworming (Pyrantel)
a. Deworm monthly until 6 months of age
b. Annual deworming if signs of parasitism

6. DHPP (Distemper/parvo)
a. First dose between 6-8 weeks
b. Booster every 4 weeks, until 16 weeks
c. Annual booster

7. Rabies
a. First dose at 12 weeks
b. Booster 12 months later
c. Booster every 3 years

8. Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
a. First dose at 8 weeks
b. Annual booster

9. Canine Influenza (not all dogs will need this)
a. First dose at 6-8 weeks
b. Booster 2-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

10. Deworming (Pyrantel)
a. Deworm monthly until 6 months of age
b. Annual deworming if signs of parasitism

Adult dog with no history of vaccination:

1. DHPP (Distemper/parvo)
a. 1st dose
b. Booster 3-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

2. Rabies
a. First dose
b. Booster 12 months later
c. Booster every 3 years

3. Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
a. First dose
b. Annual booster

4. Canine Influenza (not all dogs will need this)
a. First dose
b. Booster 2-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

5. Deworming (Pyrantel)
a. Annual deworming if signs of parasitism

Kitten’s First Shots

1. FVRCP
a. First dose at 6-8 weeks
b. Booster every 4 weeks, until 16 weeks
c. Annual booster

2. FeLV
a. First dose at 8 weeks
b. Booster 2-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

3. Rabies
a. First dose at 12-16 weeks
b. Booster 12 months later
c. Annual booster

4. Deworming (Pyrantel)
a. Deworm monthly until 6 months of age
b. Annual deworming recommended

Adult cat with no history of vaccination:

1. FVRCP
a. First dose
b. Booster 3-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

2. FeLV
a. First dose
b. Booster 2-4 weeks later
c. Annual booster

3. Rabies
a. First dose
b. Booster 12 months later
c. Annual booster

4. Deworming (Pyrantel)
a. Annual deworming recommended