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Video Visits -What are they, and how can they help your pet stay out of the Adobe lobby this holiday season?

Golden Retriever Dog in a pile of Fall leaves

Then next two months are often hectic and filled with visitors, traveling and lots of goodies! Our video visit team is available to help you and your pet from your home when trouble occurs!

Our team can help treat the following over video visits:

Itchy skin or hotspots
Repeat ear infections
A limp that recovered with rest and pain medication
“Kennel cough”
Behavioral issues

Do you bundle your pet and/or family into the car, sit in Bay area traffic, and then wait in the waiting room until our hospital staff was able to see you? Or do you use televet, same time and get your pet treated?!

Unfortunately, bringing your pet to the hospital is sometimes an inconvenient necessity. There is no replacing a physical exam by a veterinarian if your pet is feeling seriously ill, and having a face-to-face relationship with your pet’s veterinarian is crucial to their health. However, for everyday ailments, Adobe is now offering video visits.

Video visits are a type of telemedicine, or using technology as a way to deliver healthcare remotely. Telemedicine is becoming a key part of human healthcare across the country, and we think it’s time to make it a key part of veterinary healthcare too. We know that you live in one of the most technologically advanced areas in the world, and we are dedicated to growing with you.

If your pet has been seen in our hospital in the last 12 months, and has a non-life threatening health concern, you may be eligible for a video visit. Video visits are done from your home, the park, on vacation – anywhere that you and your pet have a smartphone and a data connection. An Adobe doctor will talk with you face to face via video chat to give advice, and can send prescriptions to either Adobe location or a pharmacy near you.

To learn more, visit our website and chat live with actual Adobe technicians and client service representatives. As always, you can call our front desk for more information. We are here 24/7 for you and your pets.

To schedule a video visit today, check out our how-to guide at