Aquatic Veterinary Services is the premiere mobile aquatic veterinary service providing top quality, immeasurable value for fish and their dedicated owners. We transform pet fish owners into savvy and skilled aquatic pet parents, resulting in healthy, stress-free fish with a tremendous quality of life.

(831) 728-7000

We will be CLOSED Monday, December 24th until Wednesday, January 2nd in observance of the winter holidays.

Owned and operated by Certified Aquatic Veterinarian, Dr. Jessie Sanders, Aquatic Veterinary Services is a 100% mobile veterinary clinic and hospital dedicated to serving the needs of all aquatic animals. We offer appointments Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm and serve all of California and Nevada! Call NOW to schedule a check-up for your pond or tank

We are a fully equipped veterinary clinic here to take the stress out of keeping your fish healthy. We offer pond or tank-side service and offer a wide array of services. Through our veterinary partners, we are able to offer advanced diagnostics such as ultrasounds and x-rays. Any required surgeries are also performed tank or pond-side with the help of our wonderful veterinary assistants. If you have any questions, please call (831) 728-7000.

Click here to read our recent articles!

Our Patients


Rocky is a naughty shovelnose catfish who decided to consume over a pound of his rocky substrate! He needed to undergo surgical removal in order to swim again. Read his story here.


This fancy ranchu goldfish had a long history of an oral deformity. One day, during feeding time, she opened her jaw and it popped inward! She needed to have surgery in order to fix her jaw. Read her story here.


Huxley is a red moor goldfish with a slow progression to losing movement of his back half. By taking x-rays, we were able to determine that he had a permanent spinal luxation. Read his story here.


A Grand Champion koi had quite an ordeal to get her to the top of the podium. Through great efforts of our veterinary staff, Princess and her pals survived a nasty bacterial infection and was crowned queen of the koi. Read her story here.

If you have a sick fish, please call

(831) 728-7000

If we are unable to answer our phones, our answering service will collect your information and we will get back to you promptly.

Our office is completely mobile. We will bring all of our specialized equipment to your home or business.


19 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi there. My name is Oliver Daguro. I have been looking for a Aquatic Veterinarian in the San Francisco area. I locally live in SF. I own 16 Betta fish and would like to be able to have a Dr. On hand in case anything happens to my baby bettas.


  2. Hi, I’m Shawon I live in New York , I have a Calico oranda fish have a problem Bailey , I’m looking for Dr, in a New year City but I don’t please do you know any Dr, new year city let me know thanks


  3. Hello, I am Rahul jaiswar from India. I want information about fungal disease in fish and antifungal agents and their doses use for treatment of fish .


  4. Hi Doctor, I’m in Pasadena CA. I have a beloved Betta with an internal tumor on his side. I tried fishnets.org and it seems the website is hacked or something. I don’t know who to contact. 😢 Do you have any references? Thank you, Audrey & Blue


  5. Hi! My name is Megan. I work at a vet hosp in Alamo, CA. I actually met you guys at Pac Vet this year! We have a Betta, Frank, that just developed 2 white patches on him. One is on the side of his “neck” the other is one his tail fin. We just noticed them today. His tank was last cleaned on Thursday 11/29. His tank is currently 76 degrees. He does have a filter. He’s the only fish in there. We’ve had him going on 3 years. We haven’t introduced anything new to his tank. Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated. You can call us at 925-837-7246, Ask for either myself or Kiryn.

    Thank you!


  6. Hi , I have two sick fishes and there is no aquatic clinic in my country. ( I’m in Iran ) Please help me. my fishes have bloody stools and have stress. when the stools are excreted, blood is removed from the stool output and there are bubbles in their stools. what can I do for them ? and what medicines should I use for them ? What’s your diagnosis ?


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