Laurelwood Veterinary Clinic San Mateo, California

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Reviews: Laurelwood Veterinary Clinic (San Mateo)

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Xiao L.

2 years ago

Our dogs (cola and sprite), Pomeranians, constantly visit this clinic and they love it. We also did their spay and neuter there too. All of their staff love the dogs and they are super friendly.

Jennifer Lynn

3 years ago

We love Dr. Dani Weber! She takes into account the emotional well being of the animal in her practice and doesn't over prescribe meds or shots.

Michelle Livingood

3 years ago

The staff at Laurelwood Veterinary Clinic are very friendly and personal. They have taken good care of my dog for over 14 years. I enjoy the conversations that have been had over the years. My dog ended up passing away last year. They were so kind and took care of everything. I recently got a puppy and we are back at Laurelwood. I trust them and know they will provide the best care for my pet.

August Enthoven

5 years ago

Helped my chickens get better, which was very nice. The people there were friendly

Gary Cardani

6 years ago

just the best dam vet ever but I have only been going there for 23 years

Lisa L

6 years ago

I found Dr. Weber to be compassionate, have excellent follow-up and the ability to put medical terms/conditions into terms that one not familiar with veterinary medicine can understand. She is also very smart and conscientious. In his old age my dog became very, very sick. No one knew what was wrong. Dr. Weber felt it had to be neurological. When we went to Sage they questioned Dr. Weber's diagnosis. After they spent time with my dog and ran some tests they came to the same conclusion as Dr. Weber and applauded her diagnosis, which was a very rare disease that is difficult to detect and horrible for anyone to experience: Myasthenia Gravis. Dr. Weber made herself available for questions, meltdowns and all the difficult decisions. She was a great help through a very difficult process. Let me also add that the 15 years prior to this disease my dog was unbelievably healthy. No one could believe he was as old as he was. I have Dr. Weber to thank for that too :)

Anson Tharayanil

8 years ago

My wife and I like Dr. Weber quite a bit. She is fair and transparent about her cost [not the cheapest but not the most expensive]. We feel get good quality care for our dog [mixed poodle/bichon]. As an aside, owning a pet is a responsibility; if you have the audacity to think you can care for another life then be a responsible person and look up the costs and time needed to be a reliable guardian. We were not surprised that vet care is costly because we did our research ahead of time. While vet care definitely hits our wallets we decided, as we adopted him, that we will be accountable for the cost of his care. At any rate, our dog had to get all his upper teeth extracted due to an infection he likely developed as a stray [we adopted a year earlier from the SPCA]. The whole surgery was expensive but Dr. Weber was very upfront with the estimated cost and gave us ample warning the procedure was nearly unavoidable during prior visits. The surgery went well, the office followed up with us routinely, and now -- several weeks later -- our little guys is much happier for it.

Deborah Weber

8 years ago

Always excellent and they (Dr. Dani n her assistant Robert) thoroughly explain in detail what diagnosis/treatment. (& yes, I *am* her sister - however, what with sibling rivalry and all, there is no chance I would go to someone or write good things of them, if I wasn't completely sure of them!) After reading the one anonymous negative review, I see obvious reasons why it would cost a lot more to fix their overweight dog at a proper vet than at a discount clinic. After coming to Dr. Dani for over six years with both my dogs n my cat, they would have explained what they could do ahead of time. if your dog is very overweight, surgery is going to cost more. Dr. Dani had to remove a cancerous toe from my ex-boyfriend's dog - she did such an outstanding job! Savannah, a Bloodhound, actually looked afterwards like having three toes instead of four was completely natural. Dani balanced it out n the unintentional cute part was that Savannah's paw print after that always looked like a dinosaur! so cute. lots of little stitches makes for a much better looking site!

Mike Nelson

14 years ago

Dr. Weber has been my Veterinarian of choice since we got our Boxer five years ago. Boxers are notoriously difficult to keep in excellent health. They are prone to mast cell tumors. Not only did Dr. Weber detect Daisy's tumors early, but the difficult surgeries to remove them were flawlessly executed. Daisy recovered within a few days and has no recurrence of the tumors. Dr. Weber is also diligent about Daisy's dental health, another problem area for Boxers. Highly recommended for all kinds of pets.

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Laurelwood Veterinary Clinic, California, San Mateo

1334 W Hillsdale Blvd

Business Hours

Monday

8 AM - 6 PM

Tuesday

8 AM - 6 PM

Wednesday

8 AM - 6 PM

Thursday

8 AM - 6 PM

Friday

Closed

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Closed

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