Providing non-stop comfort + compassion
During difficult and often traumatic times when a visit to a hospital such as ours is required, you need trustworthy medical advice as well as ongoing compassionate support. That’s why we always explain things to you in a straightforward manner, present multiple treatment options whenever they’re available, involve you in all decisions, and work hand-in-hand with your family veterinarian to get your pets back on their feet as quickly as possible. It’s also why we encourage owners to visit their four-legged friend-on-the-mend as often as possible.
Any patient, any emergency, any time
We never close. We’ll see any emergency patient, at any time of the day, on any day of the week, all year long – and without an appointment. If something’s wrong, or if something’s just worrying you, it’s important that you know you have somewhere to turn to, even in the middle of the night on a holiday weekend. Located in Daly City overlooking the 280 freeway, Nor Cal Vet is positioned within easy reach of the entire northern SF Peninsula.
The right way
At Nor Cal Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital, we not only utilize the latest technological advancements, but we strive to always do things the “right way.” Our dedicated team of specialists from seven different departments works together using state-of-the-art equipment to provide treatments that are both cutting-edge as well as appropriate, with no upselling and no added pressure.
Technologically ahead of the curve
Just as human healthcare advances, so does veterinary specialty care. From joint replacement, arthroscopy, and minimally invasive surgeries, to the latest advances in interventional radiology, anesthesia monitoring, and diagnostic imaging, our goal is to always offer our pet patients the most technologically advanced and leading-edge veterinary medical care available today. Serving pets throughout the San Francisco Peninsula, Nor Cal Vet is committed to providing medical and personal support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.