SF Bay Area Emergency Vet Hospitals

Most veterinary clinics are not open 24/7, so in the event of an emergency do you know where to take your pet?  If you’re in the Bay Area, here are the places you can take your pet in you’re faced with an unexpected emergency.

San Francisco Emergency Vets

Animal Internal Medicine & Specialty Services

Address: 1333 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122

Phone: 415.566.0540

VCA San Francisco Veterinary Specialists

Address: 600 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Phone: 415.401.9200

San Francisco SPCA Veterinary Hospital Pacific Heights Campus

Address: 2343 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Phone: 415.554.3030

Penninsula Emergency Vets

Nor Cal Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital

Address: 2201 Junipero Serra Blvd c, Daly City, CA 94014

Phone:(415) 413-7363

North Peninsula Veterinary Emergency Clinic

Address: 227 N Amphlett Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94401

Phone: (650) 348-2575

SAGE Centers for Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Care

Address: 934 Charter St, Redwood City, CA 94063

Phone: (650) 417-7243

East Bay Emergency Vets

PETS Referral Center

Address: 1048 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94710

Phone: (510) 548-6684

VCA Bay Area Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Hospital

Address: 14790 Washington Ave, San Leandro, CA 94578

Phone: (510) 483-7387

North Bay Emergency Vets

Pet Emergency & Specialty Center

Address: 901 Francisco Blvd E, San Rafael, CA 94901

Phone: (415) 456-7372

Does my pet need to go to the ER?

Not sure if your pet needs to go to the ER? Use our mobile app to chat with a San Francisco vet. It’s completely free and we can help you make the decision on whether or not your pet needs to be seen right away. While we cannot diagnose your pet or recommend a course of treatment, we can provide you with some peace of mind and work with you to identify if your pet is facing a potentially life-threatening emergency.

Concerned about what to do for your pets during a natural disaster emergency?

If you live in the Bay Area then you might be concerned about what you should do if a natural disaster occurs. Obviously, you may not be able to make it to the ER in some circumstances so your best course of action is to be prepared ahead of time. One of the ways to be prepared is to make an earthquake kit with items in it for your pet. This way if something does happen, you can be ready and provide aid for your loved ones.

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