VCA Gateway Animal Hospital Staff

VCA Gateway Animal Hospital

Phone: 530-365-4521
Phone: 530-365-4522
Fax: 530-378-2963
2006 S. Barney Road
Anderson, CA 96007
Business Hours

Caring for pets... and their people, too.

Local Medical Issues

Rattlesnakes can commonly be found in Northern California, and rattlesnake bites pose a hazard for both people and pets. They are typically active from about March through September, and can be found almost anywhere, but especially near rivers and less-developed areas with wildlife.

When a dog or cat is bitten by a rattlesnake, it is usually around the face (dogs) and extremities (both dogs and cats). It is impossible to know how much venom has actually been injected through a snake's fangs into the bite wounds, so it is extremely important to seek veterinary attention right away. The rattlesnakes in California tend to have hemotoxic venom, which means that the venom disrupts the integrity of blood vessels. Shock, hemorrhage and severe bruising are common with envenomation. Common treatment will include IV fluids, antibiotics and supportive care. In some cases, anti-venin, which is a serum derived from horses with antibodies against four of the most ...See More

New to VCA?

In additional to the traditional services that we offer, Dr. Betsy Adamson provides Chinese herbal medicine and Acupuncture. We also offer emergency after hours services to our established clients.

We invite you to explore the biographies of our doctors and staff and learn more about them. Our doctors and staff have a wide variety of backgrounds and interests.

Dr. Tom Broaddus
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: University of California, Davis

Dr. Broaddus obtained his BS and DVM from the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, graduating in 1975. After a 7 year

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Dr. Kristin Campbell
Associate Veterinarian
Veterinary School: University of Missouri

I have enjoyed living in Northern California for over 10 years.  I obtained a B.S. in animal science from Cal Poly, Pomona in 1999 and earned

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My Experience At Gateway
Jolene Shell from Oroville

What a pleasurable experience Sierra & I had at VCA Gateway Vet Hospital. Sierra had knee injuries that required surgery. From the moment we walked in the door for the her first time until Sierra went home from the second surgery, we were treated like VIPs. I can't say enough positive things about this practice & all the staff. They are professional, polite, extremely courteous & compassionate. Dr. Tom Broaddus is the BEST in his surgery specialty. (KNEES) As anyone could imagine how it feels to have your pet go into surgery, well, I was a basket case. Everyone there made me feel calm & strong. In between surgeries Sierra had a small emergency & the staff was more than happy to work us in, they never acted put up on. We had an appt. that same day. I am so pleased to have had the best worry free care for her. Thank you all...

Convenient, Affordable Wellness Plans

Membership includes:

  • Convenient monthly payments
  • 5 visits to VCA each year
  • Doctor-recommended vaccines
  • Prevention and early detection tests for serious diseases
  • Routine dental care for your pet
  • Peace of mind knowing you are doing the best for your pet

To enroll in VCA CareClub®, call us at
530-365-4521 or request an appointment.