General Medical Services

  • Medical Assessment – A skilled local veterinarian will examine your pet at every visit, including everything from eyes, ears and skin, to the gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, neurological, and skeletal systems. We’ll make sure everything is functioning properly to ensure your pet’s health!
  • Dentistry:- Proper dental care from the reputed dentist has the tendency to add two or three more years to the pet’s life. Not being given the same can lead to affect the pet’s wellbeing before the symptoms are noticeable. As for instance, oral bacteria that get into the bloodstream and have further the ability to destroy the pet’s kidneys, heart or liver. The pet should be taken straightaway to the best pet dentist if any abnormality such as gum or tooth decay if found and should undergo complete teeth cleaning checkup. On an overall basis, the pet’s poor oral condition includes swollen gums, constant bad breath, pain or bleeding when the pet eats, pawing at the mouth, decreased appetite, missing teeth or anything that is considered as an element coming under the state of abnormality.
  • Radiology (X-rays) – X-rays and other innovative diagnostic tools are used to diagnose potential problems, ensuring that you don’t need to go anywhere else to see your pet’s full health picture.
  • Dermatology – As cats and dogs are not immune to allergies and rashes, if you notice your pet itching more than usual and you know it’s not fleas or ticks then he or she may be suffering from allergies or other skin-related issues. These should be resolved as soon as possible to ensure your pet’s health and comfort. Our experts will diagnose him or her and give you options for treatment for your pet
  • Tonometry – Eye health of your pet is also very important so as to prevent blindness and various eye related problems. Diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma can be done to reduce the risk for blindness and much more.
  • Ultrasonography – Another diagnostic tool we use to get a better picture of your pet’s health is ultrasound. This is the quickest and easiest way to see what’s going on so as to determine what we can do to treat any concerns for your pet.
  • Endocrinology – As cats and dogs have hormones just like humans have, they can have diabetes, thyroid issues, and other hormone-related problems based on the diet they are consuming. Regular check-ups and blood tests and help  identify potential problems early, so as to prevent serious conditions.
    If you need an emergency vet, call our animal hospital today! Silicon Valley Pet Hospital puts your pet first!

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What our patient say

  • "My dog Buster was in pain and wasn’t acting like himself. I scheduled an appointment with Dr. Gill ASAP. He did a remarkable job during the initial exam to diagnose the problem and recommend additional treatments/services to relieve the pain Buster was in. After doing X-rays and blood work it was determined my little guy was suffering from intervertebral disc disease."
  • "This place was awesome. They took such good care of my giant Rottweiler during an emergency. They even called the next day to check up on her. The price was reasonable too. Went back again and the treatment was great yet again. Love that they stay open late and open everyday. So convenient. Thanks guys for treating my girl as is she was family!"
  • "I’m planning to travel with my baby cat. In order to do that she has to do a Rabies Neutralization Antibody Testing from certified lab. I was lucky to reach out Dr. Gill. He explained to me throughly and helped me to get it done. I would recommend Dr. Gill to everyone who needs professional and friendly help on their loved pets."
  • "I’m very happy with the service and prices of the Silicon Valley Pet Clinic. I have gotten quotes from other vets around and SVPC offers the best value! I took my dog in to get some growths removed and get this teeth cleaned."
  • "My 16 yr old cat Pete had some green discharge coming from his eye. I recently brought a feral kitten in to care for that my cousin found. I figured that Pete probably got scratched in the eye from the little guy."
  • "I was very nervous to have her spayed, especially after going through an episode of Giardia. She has been dealing with poop that is not consistent and we are doing some probiotic treatment."