Did you know that many scientists believe that humans are hardwired to bond with animals? If you’re like us, this comes as no surprise. That’s because at Arroyo Veterinary Clinic, we thrive on the bond we share with both our patients and our own pets. We understand the deep love you have for your companion and we feel the same way. More importantly, we are honored to partner with you in keeping your best friend happy and healthy for as many years as possible.

Over the past 40 years, we’ve developed a reputation of going the extra mile, whether it’s taking a little more time in the exam room, exploring alternative treatment options or following up after a visit. We do this not because we have to, but because we truly care about our patients and the humans who love them. We offer comprehensive services designed to support a lifetime of good health for your pet. Come on by and see why we’ve been the vet of choice in the San Lorenzo and San Leandro communities for more than four decades. We can’t wait to meet you!

  • Could Your Canine Companion Become a Therapy Dog?

    Your golden retriever Savannah wants to become a therapy dog. After her canine buddy received his Therapy Dog certification, he and his owner/volunteer handler regularly visit several cooperating facilities. Each month, this dedicated team visits a nursing home, hospital, and assisted living facility. He especially enjoys … Read More »

  • Why Is My Cat Making Such a Racket?

    Your tortoiseshell cat Daisy is contemplating a singing career. This ten-year-old feline housemate has never been shy about expressing her feelings. However, lately she has repeatedly launched into long rounds of meowing or crying – during any time of day or night. Even stranger, she occasionally … Read More »

  • Has Your Dog’s Hearty Appetite Disappeared?

    Your four-year-old terrier mix Rocky loves food more than anything else. After you place his bowl on the kitchen floor, he scarfs down his kibbles like he’ll never eat again. Since he’s a compact, lightning-fast little pooch, he often snatches a mouthful of the cat’s crunchies … Read More »

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