We are committed to providing quality Veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.
Our advanced services include a comprehensive wellness examination in which we assess your pets' cardiovascular health by measuring and recording their systemic blood pressure and evaluating their cardiac function with an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), which records the electrical signal from the heart to check for different heart conditions.
Measuring and protecting an animal's welfare requires attention to its physical and mental health.
Your pets may need urgent care if they are suffering from a medical condition, illness, or injury that is not life-threatening, but they need medical care and treatment without delay.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recommends that most pets receive a set of "Core" vaccines in particular areas or geographical locations because they protect from diseases most common in those areas.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recommends annual heartworm and internal parasite testing for every dog.
For our client's convenience and the welfare of our patients, we have a fully-stocked in-house pharmacy that allows us to send our patients home with everything they need to feel better and thrive.
We offer a wide selection of advanced in-house testing, including complete blood count, electrolyte testing, biochemical panels, and urinalysis to thoroughly evaluate the health of your pets and diagnose medical conditions.
Our hospitals and clinics throughout the west coast of the United States have partnered with IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. to offer our clients and patients the most advanced in-clinic laboratory testing for companion animals of all sizes and species.
Staying true to our commitment to offering the most advanced and best quality of care for our San Francisco Bay Area communities, our hospital provides the latest diagnostic technologies for digital radiography.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recommends annual dental health assessments for your dogs and cats. Your pets may require full intra-oral dental radiographs based on these yearly assessments.
Medical ultrasound is an advanced diagnostic technique that creates detailed images of internal anatomical structures using ultrasound waves. Our clinicians used this technique to create images of internal body structures such as tendons, muscles, joints, blood vessels, and internal organs.
One of our most important animal warfare principles is that animals should be cared for in ways that minimize fear, pain, stress, and suffering. Sometimes, we have to perform procedures with your pet under anesthesia (e.g., dentistry, surgery, and some diagnostic imaging).
Low-level laser therapy leverages the anatomical specificity of acupuncture and massage therapy and improves on these interventions by combining them with the penetrative power of photomedicine.