Specializing in the Treatment of Animal Eyes
with Knowledge & Compassion
“The huge part for me was that the Dr. was so patient and thorough with my hundred questions. Some vets tend to forget the fear and anxiety the pet owner goes through can be just as intense as the pets, and the personable, calm way he handled the entire experience truly put me at ease.” – Amber A, San Francisco
What To Expect at Your Appointment
No, we won’t ask your pet to read an eye chart!
When Should Pets See Us?
Most cases seen by an ophthalmologist are referred by a general practice veterinarian.
Learn about Eye Diseases
Animals have many of the same eye problems as we do. Learn about the different types of common eye diseases.
Considering Cataract Surgery?
If you are considering cataract surgery for you pet, see this page.
What Do Animals See?
One of the most common questions we are asked is “How well do animals see?”
What is a Veterinary Ophthalmologist?
An ophthalmologist specializes in the diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of conditions involving the eyes.
1235A Taraval St.
San Francisco, CA 94116
Monday – Saturday
8:00am – 5:00pm
(800) 427-5367 (SF Bay Area)
(650) 551-0100 (Fax)