Search, select, and book an appointment with a vet that fits your schedule, budget, and pet needs. All appointments take place virtually, over video or text.
Find the right vet for your pet
No matter the species, you can get help online by a licensed San Francisco vet!
What can virtual vets treat?
Vets in San Francisco can talk you through a variety of health issues and offer guidance for taking care of your pet. They can work with new and existing patients to understand health and wellness issues, and in some cases they may prescribe medications, offer over-the-counter suggestions, or just leave you with the peace of mind of knowing your pet is in good hands.
All vets and vet techs
Search for a San Francisco vet by rating, price, or species. All of our vets are licensed, certified, and trusted.
Dr. Brian Vanhorn, DVM
Dr. Brian Vanhorn is a licensed Veterinarian in California. Dr. Vanhorn has experience with Companion animals (such as dogs and cats). Dr. Vanhorn has been practicing on Vetster since April 2022.From $70
Dr. Kait Link, DVM
Dr. Kait Link is a licensed Veterinarian in California. Dr. Link mainly treats Small Mammals, Horses, Farm Animals, Dogs and Cats. Dr. Link has experience with Dermatology, Behavior, Preventive, Denti...From $80
Top Activities for Pet Owners in San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the wealthiest cities in the world, and potentially the wealthiest in the United States, which attracts a variety of high-class residents. If you’re living in San Francisco, chances are you want your pet to have the absolute best. There are plenty of pet-friendly locations in San Francisco, and these are a few of the places to check out.
More Local Experiences
Top locally owned pet shops in San Francisco
Whether you own a dog, cat, bird, reptile, fish, hamster, chinchilla, or another animal, everyone thinks of their pets as being an extension of their family. Just like any other member of the family, it’s important that you get your pet the supplies they need to thrive, but you can’t often get everything you need at the grocery store.
Dog parks in San Francisco
If you’re interested in getting outdoors with your dog in California, one of the first activities most people are going to recommend is looking into a dog park.
In-home sitters in San Francisco for your next trip
If you’re going to take a vacation and you own pets of some kind in California, there are a few options available.