Urgent Care and Emergencies
24 hours a day and 365 days a year
We know that pets get sick at all times of the day and night. We know that it isn’t always possible to get an appointment as soon as your pet may need to be seen. In these situations, we are happy to see you and your pet on a walk-in basis.
Primary Care Doctor
We encourage you to form a relationship with a “primary care doctor,” someone who works with you the most often will be coming to Adobe and someone who can get to know you and your pet and take care of routine and on-going problems. Of course, none of our doctors can work all of the time, so urgent problems can be effectively handled by other members of our staff when your primary doctor is not available. Since our records are computerized, all of your pet’s history will be available to any doctor caring for your pet.
Visiting your pet in ICU is possible between 10:00am and 10:00pm. There may be times that the ICU is so busy taking care of all of their patients that you may not be able to stay
Regular Scheduled Appointment
Regular scheduled appointments are between 7:00am – 7:00pm Monday through Sunday.
Technicians are available 8:00am – 6:00pm for lab work and medication assistance.
Our pharmacy is open from 7:00am – 10:00pm Monday through Sunday.
Our surgery department has elective surgeries scheduled from 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday and emergency surgeries are performed as needed, around the clock.
When scheduling surgeries, please call our surgery scheduling line (650-209-9305) and leave a message or use our online form. The surgery staff will call you back and discuss when to drop off your pet, prices, and any other details about the surgery. Often they need to call when you may not be available, so be sure to leave a number where there is an answering machine.
Our ICU is staffed with technicians 24 hours a day and a veterinarian is always on the premises.
Your hospitalized pet will receive around-the-clock care and attention and the veterinarian is
always consulted if any changes in your pet’s condition occur.
Yes, you may stay with your pets during any part of their stay with us.
You may watch treatments, blood draws, and x-rays.
We have two very dedicated individuals managing the day to day administration of the Hospital.
Their names are Summer Burke-Irmiter and Paul Eccles.