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Special Welcome Offer To New Clients SAVE 15% off Veterinary Exam
Applies to pet exam fee for first-time clients. Call us at (408) 739-2688 to schedule an appointment.
We Support Humane Society and Rescue Group Adoptions
COURTESY (free) Health Exam Tuesday - Friday (by appointment only)
Available to adopted pets from Silicon Valley Humane Society or 501c Rescue Groups within 14 days of adoption.
Adoption documents required for courtesy exam.
We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today!
Founded in 1995, we at Pet’s Friend Animal Clinic are committed to providing the highest quality wellness care and preventive medicine, in addition to dental services, internal medicine, surgery, and boarding in a state-of-the-heart atmosphere. We have earned the Cat Friendly Practice Gold Certification from the American Association of Feline Practitioners. We partner with specialists in radiology and cardiology as well as a chiropractor and an experienced dog trainer to deliver solutions for your cherished companion in our family-friendly clinic.
Discover what is wrong,
Ease a mind,
Show the right way,
Help the pain go away,
Save a life,
Guide someone on a difficult journey,
Share your joy and your tears.
Located near Wolfe Road and Central Expressway in Sunnyvale with easy access and plenty of parking, we are convenient to many neighboring cites including: Mountain View, Los Altos, Santa Clara, San Jose, and Palo Alto. Call us or come by for a visit – we would love to meet you and your pet!
Dr. Julie E. Miller, Dr. Chelsea Davidson, Dr. Erica Koski, Dr. Allison Moore
Sunnyvale Veterinarian | Pet's Friend Animal Clinic | 408-739-2688
158 San Lazaro Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
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