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PetCura Animal Hospital


At Petcura Animal Hospital, you'll find a friendly and experienced veterinary team who works hard to keep pets happy, healthy, and sound. Since 2015, Petcura Animal Hospital has been the choice veterinarian in Livermore, serving the Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin areas by providing excellence in animal care for a variety of domestic pets.

Under the skilled leadership of Dr. Ravi S. Mann, D.V.M., Petcura Animal Hospital provides both routine and emergency treatment for pets in need, including wellness care, diagnostic services, labs, vaccinations, and surgery. When your pet needs a simple spay/neuter or treatment for something more serious, the experienced care team at Petcura Animal Hospital works hard to put both you and your pet at ease.

Summary of Services

Petcura Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinarian in Livermore who provides comprehensive care for most pets. Our services include:

  • Grooming
  • Day Boarding for Dogs and Cats
  • Fitness and Nutrition Services
  • Dermatology and Allergies
  • Internal Medicine
  • Vaccines and Boosters
  • General Wellness
  • Diagnostics
  • Dental Care
  • Surgery
  • Humane Euthanasi


Our Livermore veterinarian is happy to take over the comprehensive care of your furry, feathered, or scaly friend from infancy through their geriatric years. We provide the specialized care that pets need to stay thriving throughout every phase of their life. We treat many different species of pets. In addition to cats and dogs, we provide complete care for rabbits, reptiles, and more.

Common Conditions Treated

Your pet can't tell you when they’re not feeling well. This is why regular check-ups at your Livermore veterinarian are so important. In many cases, simple lifestyle changes are all that's needed to get your pet back on track and feeling their best, and the sooner we diagnose the problem, the less time your pet will spend in discomfort. Petcura Animal Hospital treats a variety of common conditions some of which include:

  • Skin Problems
  • Ear Infections
  • Vomiting
  • UTI
  • Obesity
  • Diarrhea
  • Dental Diseas

When your pet is due for their routine appointment, needs emergency care, or requires our simple spay and neuter services, your Livermore veterinarian at Petcura Animal Hospital is ready to help.

Contact Us

Call us today to schedule your pet's first consultation with our experienced and friendly Livermore veterinarian Dr. Mann at our Holmes Street office. Our convenient office hours include evenings and weekends, so we're always available when your pet needs us. We'll get your pet started down the road to total wellness to ensure a long and healthy life.

Meet the Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Ravi Mann

    Dr. Ravi S. Mann was born in Yuba, CA and raised in Fremont, CA. He grew up with a plethora of pets, including iguanas, snakes, birds, rabbits, dogs and cats. As a teenager, he worked in an animal hospital as a kennel assistant. Since then, he has worked as a receptionist, veterinary assistant, and also as an office manager.


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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Livermore Office


7:00 am-9:00 pm


7:00 am-9:00 pm


7:00 am-9:00 pm


7:00 am-9:00 pm


7:00 am-9:00 pm


7:00 am-5:00 pm


10:00 am-4:00 pm


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Very professional. The vet and staff are awesome. We just moved to Livermore from Scottsdale AZ. We are so glad that we found a vet even better than our previous. Our GSD is quite protective of us and tends to be aggressive when we are around. The staff were very pleasant and handled him with care and understanding. The vet was straight to the point and no mumbo jumbo. We are so happy that we found a good place for our pet."
    - Lavinia S.
  • "Was looking for new vet for my Basinji , he hurt himself and was in pain but just couldnt pin point where he was hurt. Staff and dr where very kind to Hank. I highly recommind them, they also print out fee's and show you what items cost before they do anything no suprises. Also extremely clean and great location."
    - Jaynee C.
  • "My dog had an ear infection and our regular vet was unavailable for another week. Not wanting to wait that long I googled Vets in Livermore and honestly just picked the one closest to my house. What a great choice it turned out to be. The staff and Doctor were incredibly friendly, efficient and very professional. The facility is very clean and organized, definitely a well run operation. Definitely a fan and will definitely go back."
    - George St. A.

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