You adore your pet and share an unbreakable bond, but did you know that according to experts, people are genetically predisposed to bond with animals?

For the team at Arroyo Veterinary Clinic, this comes as no surprise.

That’s because pets are more than just animals to us. They’re an integral part of our lives, and we know you share that very same connection with your own companion.

For more than 40 years, we’ve established our clinic as the go-to resource for everything pet related.

Beyond our extensive line of advanced health care services, we’ve built a reputation for always going above and beyond for our clients and patients.

This may mean exploring alternative treatment methods or simply following up with a phone call after a visit.

We do this because we’re passionate about making a difference in the lives of both animals and their human companions.

Does your San Lorenzo and San Leandro vet care for you this much?

Give us a call and let us show you why we’ve become the San Lorenzo veterinarian of choice to so many.

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