As San Francisco’s first round-the-clock veterinary hospital, with a veterinary staff of thirteen full-time doctors and two board certified specialists, Pets Unlimited is committed to providing the highest level of care to pets and their human caretakers.
Since we began operating as a 24-hour facility in 1989, we have treated thousands of traumatized, injured and sick animals. With the goal of offering state-of-the-art veterinary care, our renovated facilities offer extensive emergency and critical care services.
When you are faced with such a situation, try to remain calm. Acting quickly and decisively may be critical in saving your pet’s life. You may need to bring your dog or cat to a veterinarian right away. Keep the phone number of the closest 24-hour veterinary hospital or emergency clinic and directions in an easily accessible location. It is best to call ahead and notify the hospital so they may prepare for your arrival. Try to explain the symptoms in clear, concise, and specific terms.
Many common household medicines are very toxic to animals. Tylenol will cause liver failure in cats and aspirin and ibuprofen (Advil) can cause gastric ulceration and kidney problems in domestic animals.
In order to meet the needs of San Francisco Bay Area pet owners, Pets Unlimited is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our excellent and compassionate veterinary, technical, and ICU staff is available at all hours of the day and night and throughout weekends and holidays to evaluate, diagnose, and treat critically ill, sick, and traumatized animals.
Pets Unlimited is a state-of-the-art veterinary hospital offering 24-hour critical care, in-house laboratory testing, radiology, and emergency surgery. We also offer advanced diagnostics including ultrasound and endoscopy, and work closely with several veterinary specialists in the Bay Area.
If you have any questions regarding our Emergency Services, pet emergencies, or your pet’s health care in general, please call us at (415) 563-6700.