In the past year, has your pet struggled with any of the following? Itchy skin or hotspots Repeat ear infections A limp that recovered with rest and pain medication Diarrhea “Kennel cough” Behavioral issues Etc! Did you bundle your pet and/or family into the car, sit in Bay area traffic, and then wait in the Read more »
Thank you to everybody who voted to make us Best Pet Care in 2019! We are super proud of our team! Pet CareAdobe Animal Hospital Since 1964, Adobe Animal Hospital has served the area with its animal hospital and veterinary marketplace. The facility often allows clients to remain in the room with their pets for basic procedures, Read more »
An Adobe client warns NBC about xylitol in ice cream and her dog’s experience at Adobe. Watch her interview to find our more about this dangerous sweet summer treat to avoid a trip to Adobe’s ICU this summer! NBC Xylitol Video
It’s camping season again! Time for you and your pets to have some fun! Camping with your pets can be a lot of fun, but there are some precautions that you should take. Make sure your pets are on flea, tick and heartworm prevention. You can purchase those at your veterinarian. A small first aid kit Read more »
See an Adobe doctor from the comfort of your home or while you guys are out for a walk. Video visits available* Tuesday-Saturday 7am-4pm with Dr Lau! See our Video Visit page for more information on this exciting new service!
If you own a dog, you probably know exactly what I’m talking about. If you have a dog and you don’t know about foxtails, keep reading. Foxtails are small plant awns or seed-bearing structures, usually of the genus Hordeum. Starting in the Spring and continuing through the Summer, plants shed them indiscriminately. We started to Read more »
Recently there have been confirmed cases of Canine Influenza in the bay area. Adobe does recommend the Canine Influenza Vaccine, especially if your pet comes in contact with other dogs. Here are the recommended guidelines for vaccination. 1. If your dog has not been vaccinated, they will need one vaccine now and a booster in Read more »
Don’t worry, Dr Lau has advice to help you decide which flea and tick products is right for your pet! “My pet has fleas. What can I do about it?” and other FAQ Fleas are very common in our area year-round (but especially in the warmer months). Fleas bite pets as a food source but Read more »