Contra Costa Veterinary Hospital

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1025 Country Club Drive
Moraga, CA 94556

Driving Directions

(925) 376-1824


  • Hours:
  • Mon - Sat: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Sun: Closed

Your pets mean the world to you. Guess what? They mean the world to us, too! At Contra Costa Veterinary Hospital, we strive to provide the very best medical care possible while treating you and your pets with the professionalism, courtesy, and respect you deserve. We offer state-of-the-art care and client consultation services with the goal of promoting your pet’s overall health and longevity, while building a lasting relationship with you. It is our privilege and pleasure to care for our patients, so call today to learn about our services and start making a difference in your pet’s life.

Contra Costa Veterinary Hospital Services

  • Anesthesia
  • Bathing
  • Boarding
  • Dental Care
  • Fully Stocked Pharmacy
  • Grooming
  • Laboratory
  • Microchipping
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Pain Management
  • Parasite Prevention and Control
  • Puppy and Kitten Care
  • Radiology (X-Rays)
  • Senior Care
  • Surgery
  • Ultrasound
  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness Exams

Contra Costa Veterinary Hospital Staff Profiles

Dr Jill Crawford, Medical Director, DVM

     As a little girl Dr. Crawford wanted to be a variety of things such as a newscaster and a dancer. It wasn’t until high school that she realized that becoming a veterinarian was what she wanted to do. She knew that she loved animals and had a desire to help people and becoming a veterinarian fulfilled both.
     After graduating from Western University of Health Sciences with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Crawford enrolled in a 1 year rotating small animal internship with East Bay Veterinary Specialists in Emergency. Here she gained clinical experience while she worked side-by-side with some of the Bay Area’s top veterinary specialists in Dentistry, Surgery, Dermatology, Emergency, Internal Medicine and more. Once complete with her internship, Dr. Crawford began practicing in her hometown of Fremont, California as an emergency clinician, and later as a family veterinarian where she also worked with Purrfect Cat Rescue and Ohlone Humane Society. In January of 2013, Dr. Crawford made the move to Moraga where she has since been practicing at Contra Costa Veterinary Hospital as our full time veterinarian.
     During her summer breaks from college and veterinary school Dr. Crawford worked as a veterinary technician at Animal Eye Care, a veterinary ophthalmology practice. During her 9 years there she developed a strong interest in veterinary ophthalmology. Her first years as a veterinarian were spent as an emergency veterinarian which remains a passion. She also enjoys internal medicine and cardiology.
     Outside of the clinic you can find Dr. Crawford out and about with her family and friends and taking her Golden Retriever, Emmy, on runs. Golf is a fairly new hobby of hers which she enjoys playing as well as attending PGA tournaments. If asked what else she would be other than a veterinarian Dr. Crawford would say that she would have been an interior decorator since she really enjoys decorating.
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Western University of Health Sciences

Dr. Linda Wong, DVM

    Born and raised in Iowa City, Iowa, Dr. Wong has always been surrounded by animals. Her love for all creatures naturally developed as her adventures in childhood often included a pet or two – dogs, cats, horses, donkeys, chipmunks, rabbits, fish, snakes and frogs. Every free moment was spent at the farm where she boarded her horses. Naturally, she knew right away she wanted to be a veterinarian and care for her beloved furry friends.
      As an adult, Dr. Wong moved to Berkeley to pursue her undergraduate degree before transferring back home to Iowa to attend veterinary school at Iowa State University. Four long, cold winters later, it was an easy decision for her to move back to the Bay Area. After practicing as a small animal veterinarian in the San Mateo and San Francisco areas, Dr. Wong found the Lamorinda community to be the perfect place to raise her family while working as a veterinarian.
      Dr. Wong and her husband have two children and an Australian cattle dog named Smokey. She’s recently begun training Smokey in Nose Work – a challenging and rewarding dog sport that fits Smokey’s personality perfectly.
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Iowa State University