All Pets
Vet2Pet
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This app is designed to provide extended care for the patients and clients of All Pets Hospital in San Francisco, California.

With this app you can:
One touch call and email
Request appointments
Request food
Request medication
View your pet’s upcoming services and vaccinations (with automatic login!)
Receive notifications about.....hospital promotions, lost pets in our vicinity and recalled pet foods.
Receive monthly reminders so you don’t forget to give your heartworm and flea/tick prevention.
Check out our Facebook, Twitter, Instragram and YouTube
Look up pet diseases from a reliable information source
Find us on the map
Visit our website
Learn about our services
* And much more!

All Pets Hospital was built in 1968 by Dr. Frank Miller, who obtained local celebrity status in the 60's and 70's based on the popularity of his San Francisco Chronicle column Wonderful World of Animals (lauded in the early 70's as the most widely syndicated pet column in the world).

Upon Dr. Miller's retirement in 1980, operations were first passed on to Dr. Frederick W. Miller (no relation) and then in 1985 to Dr. Daniel Hershberger who immediately went to work remodeling the hospital.

Since then, Dr. Hershberger has made continuous improvements by expanding the practice to include exotic medicine with the arrival of Dr. Alex Herman in 1997 and Dr. Nicola Gillespie (nee Melliar-Smith) in 2005. In 1998 the hospital converted the top floor unit into a separate exotic ward, complete with the first hot room in any Bay Area veterinary hospital.

In December 2006, All Pets Hospital became accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. AAHA-accredited practices are truly distinctive in providing the highest quality care for pets. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.

Content rating: UnratedWarning – content has not yet been rated. Unrated apps may potentially contain content appropriate for mature audiences only.

Requires OS: 2.3.3 and up

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