Danielle Pepping

Danielle Pepping Staff Photo
Associate Veterinarian
Emergency & Critical Care
Danielle Pepping Staff Photo
Education: BS Animal Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, DVM UC Davis

Professional Interests: Diagnostic imaging, ophthalmology, trauma and immune-mediate disorders

Personal Interests: Spending time with her Cat named Charlie and Bullmastiff named Rupert (Hospital emotional support animal and snack eater). Danielle also enjoys hiking with Rupert, cooking, gardening and travel.

What do you like most about your job:  The opportunity to help the animals most in need of medical care and honoring the human animal bond
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Emergency & Critical Care

VCA East Bay Veterinary Emergency offers emergency care for the pets of East Contra Costa County. If you suspect that your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, call us at 925-754-5001.

Our hospital is staffed to provide around-the-clock monitoring and nursing care for all hospitalized patients; your pet is never alone. Having advanced diagnostic equipment and an intensive care unit (ICU) provides lifesaving measures especially when your pet has an emergency and time is of the essence.

We feature an in house laboratory, ultrasound, surgical suite, digital x-rays and ICU (intensive care unit) to help ensure an accurate diagnosis and successful treatment for your pet in need.

Please use care when handling your pet if he or she has been injured. We encourage you to call us at 925-754-5001 before coming in so that we can prepare for your arrival. When you arrive at VCA EBVE, your pet will immediately be triaged so that we may determine his or her stability. If your pet needs to be hospitalized, the admitting veterinarian will discuss with you the proposed treatment plan.

Our Emergency & Critical Care Team

Associate Veterinarian
VCA East Bay Veterinary Emergency

1312 Sunset Drive

Antioch, CA 94509

Main: 925-754-5001

Fax: 925-754-5005

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

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