Call Us: (650)-341-7741
-Due to the current circumstances, we will be giving patients the option of receiving exams via Zoom Video Conferencing. You may call and schedule an appointment the same way you would regularly, but specify that you would like it to be a visual exam via Zoom. It will still be a 30 minute appointment with the doctor, and pricing is the same.
-For all appointments throughout the remainder of the quarantine, we will require the owner to remain in their vehicle, while we treat the patient in the clinic. Owners are not allowed to approach or enter the clinic at this time, please call from your vehicle. We are booking urgent cases/emergencies ONLY, annual exams and vaccinations will not be scheduled until after the lock down is lifted. We highly suggest a Zoom visual exam for non-urgent "emergencies."
For daytime emergencies (active clients only), please call to notify us and we will see you right away.
We take the stress out of traveling with your pet! If you are traveling interstate or internationally give us a call. We will research what health certificates, vaccines, microchips, and any other documentation your pet needs, then we will call you back with the information we find and set up an appointment to get your pet ready for some vacation fun. For current clients only.
Christin Coxon (650)-284-6366
Erika Liljefelt (650)-815-9288
Maurici Lehal (650)-339-3967
Pet Sitters Associates (650)-430-2357
Ry the Pet Guy (650)-483-2639
Happy Trails (Belmont) (650)-593-9800
Peninsula Pet Resort (San Carlos) (650)-592-2441
Pet Smart (San Carlos) (650)-632-1605
Darren Rodriguez (Vet Tech) (650)-888-8602
For after hours emergencies, please call the North Peninsula Veterinary Emergency 24 Hour Hospital
(formerly NPVEC)* at (650)- 348-2575 in San Mateo or SAGE Centers at 650 - 417 - 7243 in RWC
Please Call (650)-341-7741 for an appointment. We do have same day scheduling available. We do accept emergencies for current clients.
Laurelwood Veterinary Clinic
* (disclaimer) I, Dr. Weber, am a former shareholder in the NPVEC. I and my associate veterinarians and staff refer to whichever emergency clinic is appropriate for the best care, however we encourage you to select the clinic with which you feel most comfortable
Be prepared for your vacation:
Many boarding kennels now require a series of two Flu shots 3 weeks apart. Clients, please check with your kennel and we will be happy to fit you in if you need to update your dog's vaccinations.