Services Offered at Our Animal Hospital in San Jose, CA
Here at Acacia Pet Clinic, our South Bay and San Jose veterinarian team is fully committed to offering fast, effective, and compassionate care for your pet. We draw from leading scientific research within the field of veterinary medicine to provide best possible pet care for a wide range of animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, small rodents, and ferrets. If you’re a pet owner living in or around San Jose, CA, call us to find out more about the services below.
General Pet Wellness Care
Routine examinations with a vet are essential for your animal’s long-term health. On pet exams, we screen for, diagnose, and treat common conditions. Specific pet wellness care services include:
- Comprehensive vaccinations and immunizations (including core/non-core vaccines and parasite prevention medication)
- Puppy and kitty vaccine packages (special discounts apply!)
- Certificates of health for international travel
- Individualized nutritional counseling (general and for special populations, including pets who are young, overweight, and/or living with food allergies, diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, etc.)
Are you planning on adopting a companion soon? We’re also proud to offer complimentary initial examinations for adopted pets!
Spay and Neuter Surgery
Spay and neuter reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens who are born—many of whom are sadly end up at shelters. Spay and neuter can also reduce the risk of certain health conditions and behavioral problems.
Our San Jose vet team are happy to spay and neuter your puppy or kitten as young as 8-weeks old if they are healthy, although around age 6 months is typical.
Our surgical team also offers other general operative procedures for animals, including oncology and orthopedics.
Laboratory testing is a valuable tool that helps us rule in or out certain conditions and monitor your pet’s health. Our in-house lab provides urine, fecal, and blood testing for a variety of conditions.
Pets who are microchipped are statistically more likely to be reunited with their families after they go missing compared to animals who are not. A microchip is small, invisible, and easily inserted during an office visit just below your pet’s skin for effective and permanent identification.
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