*If our lines are busy your welcome to text us at (559) 515-2800. Rabies vaccine required in order to provide services for dogs and cats.

Shield Stone Pet Hospital, Inc.

Make sure to place a thick blanket or towel in the bottom of the box, and cut breathing holes into the sides of the box. Tape the bottom securely along all edges. Ensure the top is closed & secured. 

CatTips:No matter how sweet and well behaved your cat is coming to the Vet is scary. We have had multiple cats run away while owners were outside of our clinic. Below is how the cats escaped.

How not to bring them into the clinic: 

  1. Carrying the cat in your arms
  2. Carrying the cat in your arms wrapped in a towel or blanket
  3. Using a non sturdy carrier or broken carrier. It can break open with the added weight of your cat

1. Cats should be inside of a secured carrier. If the cat is leash trained and not scared of dogs bringing them in on a leash is ok.

2. Prior to using carrier verify it is in good working condition and latches are not broken and intact. A cat 

3. ​FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CAT IT'S BEST TO BRING THEM IN A CAT CARRIER, but If you do not have a carrier below are a few ideas of how to bring your cat in. If they are brought in the following ways always keep a close eye on them as these alternatives are not as secure as a cat carrier.

Place the cat in the pillow and secure the top opening with some type of string. 

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(559) 222-2800

Regular Business Hours

*Call 15 minutes prior to appointment for cancellation or late. This will ensure to accommodate all clients. If late we may not be able to see patient.

Monday - Friday: 8 am to 5:30 pm 
Saturday: 9 am to 12:30 pm

Office: (559) 222-2800 or 
Cell: (559) 515-2800

Dr Yoo: (Eye Appointments Only)

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 am to 10:30 am

If you would like to schedule an appointment click below. 

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Glaucoma Treatment
  • Intraocular Prosthesis
  • Cryo

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

  • Routine checkups
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm treatment
  • Allergies
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Eye Surgery
  • And More!


TOPIC OF THE MONTH:Pet Safety When Visiting the Vet


1610 E. Shields Ave

Fresno, CA 93704



Dog Tips:

  1. Dogs should be on a leash at all times or inside of a carrier.
  2. If your pet is known to slip from his/her collar we can provide a slip lead leash to add as double security so your pet does not slip out of the collar. Recommend to purchase a harness for walking and bringing to the clinic. 
  3. If your dog is not leash trained, aggressive, animal aggressive, skiddish, timid, fearful, not socialized, scared, or scared of a specific gender let us know at time of check in so we may accommodate your pet better. If they are more comfortable waiting in your vehicle or in our gated area it would be best to have one person stay with your pet while the other comes inside to check your pet in.


If you are missing or found a dog/cat here are some tips on what to do.

To ensure the safety of your pet and other clients pet's here are a few safety tips when bringing your pet to our hospital.

Use a gym bag that is made of breathable mesh. Ensure zippers are properly closed.






Any shape plastic laundry basket can be used. You can either use two stacked on top of each other or you can you a mesh bag to cover the top of the laundry basket. Make sure you use secure ties to keep the top in place.