​​​​​​​​​​  Welcome to

  Shield Stone Pet Hospital 


​​​  Shield Stone Pet Hospital have been providing quality veterinary care in Fresno and Clovis area for over 30 years.

 We are committed to providing quality care for your pet to enhance their well-being and quality of life. We achieve this by having a     compassionate and knowledgeable staff. Our friendly, personable veterinary care team delivers excellent, personal, the finest veterinary   care to our patients in the most compassionate and humane way possible, while treating our clients with care and sensitivity. 

  Our motto is Care, Love, Healing and Joy.We pledge we will always do our very best to serve you and to provide your pet with the   up-most care they deserve. We hope your experience here with us is easy and a pleasant experience while we take care of your pet’s   medical and surgical needs. Let us work together to keep your pets healthy and happy for many years to come.


  Shield Stone Pet Hospital Staffs  &

  Dr.Ho Shim/ Dr.Youjoung Hwang/ Dr.Man Yoo 

  1610 E Shields Ave Fresno CA 93704         

                                                                                                                                                             

                     

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​​For the Safety and Health of our clients and staff if you have any symptoms (fever, cough, respiratory issues) we ask that you stay home and do not come into the clinic. If you have any symptoms and your pet needs medication/food refills or is ill please call us ahead of time.


We ask to please call us from your vehicle once you have arrived for an appointment, medication pick, or food pick up and we will come out to you.


EYE EXAMS POSTPONED TILL FURTHER NOTICE.


Our Office Hours Until Further Notice:

MONDAY - FRIDAY 8 AM TO 3:30 PM

SATURDAY 9 AM TO 12:00 PM 

​​​Shield Stone Pet Hospital 

               Care Love Healing & Joy ​​

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CALL 559-222-2800

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  • Vaccination
  • Dental care
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Eye Surgery
  • And More!

HOLIDAY HOURS: CLOSED Thursday Nov. 26, Friday Nov. 27th, Saturday Nov. 28th

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EYE CARE

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Glaucoma Treatment

Dr. Yoo is not a board certified ophthalmologist, however, his talent and knowledge have been serving local pets for over 25 years. 

ONLINE SCHEDULING IS CANCELED TILL FURTHER NOTICE

  Topic of the month: CORONAVIRUS: COVID-19 & YOUR PET

Here’s some key information about COVID-19:

  • The coronavirus responsible for COVID-19 is designated SARS-CoV-2 (formerly 2019-nCoV).
  • Person-to-person spread has been indicated in numerous countries, including the United States.
  • Infection control practices can greatly reduce the chance of spreading any disease. As always, careful handwashing (with soap for 20 seconds), using hand sanitizer & sanitizing wipes. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Cough or sneeze into elbow or use a tissue to cover your nose & mouth, then throw the tissue into trash can.
  • There is no antiviral agent proven to be effective against this disease, and there is no immunization available.
  • The immediate health risk to the general public in the U.S. is considered low, but the CDC considers the virus a very serious public health threat.
  • Experts have not expressed concern about transmission to or from animals. Multiple international and domestic health organizations have indicated that pets and other domestic animals are not considered at risk for contracting or spreading COVID-19.
  • According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), no animals in the United States have been identified with the virus, and there is no evidence that dogs or other pets can spread COVID-19.
  • On Thursday, February 27, a pet dog in Hong Kong tested “weak positive” for the virus that causes COVID-19. Its owner also tested positive for coronavirus. According to the report, another dog quarantined at the same facility (but in a separate room) was also tested, but the results were negative for the virus.
  • The precise meaning of the positive test result from the one dog remains unclear and further evaluation is ongoing.


www.avma.org/coronavirus