Starting on Monday, July 20th, 2020; DVC we are starting some construction projects. Please be cautious coming into our parking lot and also coming into our building. We have multiple other vehicles and workers around the building – lets keep everyone safe and keep our furry babies on a leash.

We are continuing to offer curbside appointments but we are also offering appointments inside our clinic again. In order to have an appointment inside the clinic, we ask that only one healthy person comes inside the clinic with your pet and you will be required to wear a mask. Please let us know which you prefer when scheduling your appointment.
For those DVC family members who only need to pick up a prescription or pet food, you have the option of us bringing your prescription outside to you or you can come inside the clinic at any time and pick up your items yourself. A mask is not required for quick pick ups but we do ask that only one healthy person comes inside and that we all continue to respect the 6 ft social distancing with others that may be inside our clinic. We also have an online pharmacy that can be accessed here if you prefer to have your items shipped directly to your home. Please call if you have any questions, thank you!

Because they are more …

more than animals, more than pets — they are family.

The Delano Veterinary Clinic is a full service animal clinic committed to providing quality veterinary care throughout the life of your cat or dog. Whether your pet needs a routine checkup or is showing symptoms of illness or injury, we’re here with professional and passionate pet care.


Is your pet protected from fleas and ticks and heartworm disease?

Heartworm disease is spread by mosquitoes. The American Heartworm Society is recommending year-round prevention, even in seasonal areas.

One reason for this is compliance – to make sure the medicine has been given properly by the pet owner.

In addition, Interceptor monthly heartworm preventives have protection against intestinal parasites. Many of these same intestinal parasites that infect dogs can also infect people, with estimated infections occurring in three to six million people every year.

So this added benefit of monthly deworming makes great sense.  Give your heartworm preventative every 30 days with food.