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Rocklin Road Animal Hospital’s Commitment

An investment in our community pays the best interest – RRAH Founding Value

Rocklin Road Animal Hospital believes we should do more to serve the community. As a result, we have gone further than ever before in investing in the welfare of animals in the Rocklin area.


Rocklin Road Animal Hospital Corporate Supporters

We are now Corporate Supporters to our local Placer County SPCA and can be found at all of their events throughout the year. Volunteer or find a pet for yourself here.  





Rocklin Road Animal Hospital is a Proud Sponsor of RRuff Dog Parkrruff

Rocklin Residents Unite For Fido (RRUFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2009 for the purpose of providing a safe, enclosed environment for Rocklin area dog owners and their companion animals. RRUFF was instrumental in establishing Rocklin’s first off-leash dog park located at Johnson-Springview Park. The park opened December 23, 2011.

Today, RRUFF continues to be an advocacy group working closely with the City of Rocklin to continue having a place where dogs and their owners can play and enjoy fun experiences. RRUFF is also committed to providing dog park access for the disabled in our community who have service dogs or companion dogs.

Rocklin Road Animal Hospital goals line up with RRUFF in the pursuit of increasing the number of licensed dogs in Rocklin.   IF you would like to donate or find out how you can help click here.

Rocklin Road Animal Hospital Volunteer Work


Kitten Central of Placer County is not a rescue, they do not intake kittens from the public, nor do they do adoptions. They are a small group of very dedicated foster homes that work with local shelters to provide fostering, medical protocol, and critical neonatal services for kittens.

We support the Kitten Central organization that saves the lives of kittens that are just days old through intensive care and bottle feeding. Dr. Grunder volunteers his time to check over these kittens to make sure they’re in great health and ready for adoption. Click HERE for information on how to volunteer yourself.


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