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State of the ArtCrematorium Redwood Forest wherecommunal pet remainsare scattered Tel: 408.353.8399Fax: 408.353.8399Email: email@example.com ServicesCaring Pet Service provides on call pick up and delivery for individual client's pets as well as pets from our veterinary hospitals and clinics. We realize the need for the owners to have closure for their pets and that is why we provide a quick turn around time that is usually one to two weeks from the time the pet is picked up to its return to the owner or hospital.
Private Cremation ReturnsPlease see our Gallery section for all of our urn choices which include custom ceramic urns and wood boxes. Included with the private cremations, we create a paw print impression in a lasting stoneware tile. There is no additional cost for your pet's unique paw print.Communal CremationsWe provide pick up for communal cremations for which the remains (ashes) are scattered in the beautiful redwood forest of the Santa Cruz Mountains, or at Sea.
Caring Pet Service treats each and every pet on an individual basis as if they were our own pets. Services and Benefits for Veterinary Hospitals and Clinics:On site freezer for veterinary hospitals if requested. The return of "private" cremation remains within one to two weeks after receiving the pet. Timely pick up and delivery service for hospitals and clinics. Additional containers and accessories for the owners to choose from if desired.
A thorough follow through with each pet to insure the correct remains are returned in a private cremation. A friendly, compassionate attitude and concern for all pet owners, veterinary hospitals and clinics. The concern and careful attention of a positive relationship between the Veterinarians and their clients throughout the cremation process. Established Veterinary Hospitals and Clinics that embrace our service: All Pets Veterinary Clinic1226 Soquel Avenue, Suite BSanta Cruz, CA 95062831-425-0945www.
vetgateusa.com Animal Eye Specialists903 Dell Ave.Campbell, Ca. 95008408-365-7333www.animaleyespecialists.com Arch Veterinary ServicesDr. Tol Solomon6207 Santa Teresa Blvd.San Jose, Ca. 95119408-224-5700www.archvet.com Ark Animal Hospital2616 Mission StreetSanta Cruz, CA 95060831-426-3399www.arkanimalhospitalsantacruz.com Arroyo Animal Clinic1211 Sycamore TerraceSunnyvale, CA 94086408-241-4450www.arroyoanimalclinic.
com AtHome-At Rest Pet EuthanasiaMaria Kuty, DVM(408) 221-9031athome-atrest.com Burbank Pet Hospital1819 W. San Carlos St.San Jose, CA 95128408-271-7875 Campbell Animal Hospital186 East Sunny Oaks AvenueCampbell, Ca. 95008408-379-9141www.campbellanimalhospital.com Camden Pet Hospital4960 Camden Ave.San Jose, CA 95124408-265-2200www.camdenpethospital.com Canyon Creek Pet Hospital5617 Silver Creek Valley RoadSan Jose, Ca.
95138408-270-7500www.canyoncreekpethospital.com Central Animal Hospital971 East Hamilton AvenueCampbell, CA 95088408-377-4043www.petcentralvets.com Chanticleer Veterinary Hospital2701 Chanticleer AvenueSanta Cruz, CA 95065831-475-1479 Cherry Chase Pet Hospital1297 W. El Camino Real, Suite DSunnyvale, Ca. 94087(650) 961-4550cherrychasepethospital.com Community Mobil VetSanta Cruz CountyDr. Hannah Good, DVM831-427-2077www.
drhmgood.com Companion Pet CareDr. Daniel Apple, DVM408-268-7378 Cupertino Animal Hospital10026 Peninsula StreetCupertino, CA 95014408-252-6380www.cupertinovet.com Del Mar Pet Hospital7525 Sunset WayAptos, Ca. 95003831-688-2016www.delmarpethospital.com EL-C Veterinary Clinic832 East Fremont AvenueSunnyvale, CA 94087408-737-2333www.elcvet.com Emergency Animal Clinic5440 Thornwood DriveSan Jose, CA 95123408-578-5622www.
emergencyanimalclinic.com Gustin-Van Every Mobile Veterinary Medicine226 Calcita Dr.Santa Cruz, Ca. 95060831-345-3093www.mobilevetmed.com Lincoln Avenue Veterinary Clinic699 Lincoln AvenueSan Jose, CA 95126408-293-3448www.lincoln-avenue-vet.com Los Altos Veterinary Clinic440 First Street Los Altos, Ca. 94022650-948-8287www.losaltosvet.com Los Gatos Dog & Cat Hospital17480 Shelburne WayLos Gatos, CA 95030408-354-6474www.
losgatosvet.com My Personal VetDr. Evelyn Sharp, DVM860 Day Valley Rd. Aptos831-621-7444www.mypersonalvet.com Pajaro Valley Veterinary Hospital2013 Freedom BlvdFreedom, CA 95019831-722-3364 Porte Veterinary Hospital3265 Winchester BlvdCampbell, Ca. 95008408-374-6114www.porteveterinary.com Princevalle Pet Hospital7995 Princevalle Street, Suite 100Gilroy, CA 95020408-848-3443www.princevallepethospital.
com San Jose Animal Hospital940 Berryessa RoadSan Jose, CA 95113408-453-2524www.sanjoseanimalhospital.com Santa Cruz Veterinary Hospital2585 Soquel DriveSanta Cruz, CA 95065831-475-5400www.santacruzveterinaryhospital.com Saratoga Veterinary Hospital,12297 Saratoga Sunnyvale Rd. Suite 100,Saratoga, Ca. 95070408-548-0953 www.saratogavethospital.com Soquel Creek Animal Hospital2505 S. Main St.Soquel, Ca.
95073(831) 476-1515soquelcreekanimalhospital.com Story Road Animal Hospital1241 Story RoadSan Jose, CA 95122408-292-6600www.animalhospitalsj.com Summit Veterinary Hospital23291 Summit RoadLos Gatos, CA 95033408-353-1113www.summitvethospital.com Sunnyvale Veterinary Clinic1036 W El Camino RealSunnyvale, CA 94087408-736-8296www.sunnyvalevet.com The Animal Clinic45 Cronin DriveSanta Clara, CA 95051408-241-8200www.
animalclinicsantaclara.com United Emergency Animal Clinic905 Dell AvenueCampbell, CA 95008408-371-6252www.emergencyanimalclinic.com United Veterinary Specialty and Emergency601 Showers Dr.Mountain View, Ca. 94040(650) 494-1461unitedvet.com West Valley Pet Clinic1360 So. De Anza Blvd.San Jose, Ca. 95129408-996-1155www.westvalleypetclinic.com Warm Springs Pet Hospital45962 Warm Springs Blvd.Fremont, Ca.
94539(510) 413-9910warmspringspet.com Whole Pet Vet325 Los Gatos Saratoga Rd.Los Gatos, CA 95030408-402-3071www.thewholepetvet.com Dr. Chad AlvesMobile veterinarian408-621-0289www.chadalvesdvm.com Dr. Jenn Winnick, DVMMobile Veterinarian650firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Maria Kuty Housecall Veterinarian831-239-4689www.drkutyhousecallvet.com Dr. Louise Rathjen, DVM408-242-2792www.therestfulpaws.
com Some Client expressed thankfulness and gracious comments:"I want to sincerely and warmly thank you for taking care of my Felix, my companion, whom you cremated and returned to me in a beautiful jar with his name on it. I was surprised and touched by the imprint of his little paw and his name on the tile impression. It touched me so. . . .thank you so much for your caring service.We thank you .
. . R and Felix" (from Santa Cruz)"Dear Sir, words cannot express my heartfelt thank you for your kindness in taking care of our sweet "Prissy Gracie". She loved the garden so much. She loved the sun, birds and butterflies. It lessens the pain, my daughter and I have in knowing she was cared for by your hands. Eternal Grateful, R T" (from Mountain View)"Dear Caring Pet Service, We would like to thank you for cremating our family Pet.
She was a Dalmatian named Pepper, your cremation number 411. Toni, one of the gals at the Vet's office said you took special care of her since you have a Dalmatian also. When we picked up her ashes and I got them home and saw her "Paw Print" I was so happy to have something so physical that was "her". I don't know if you do that for everyone, but I just wanted you to know how much we appreciated it.
Miss Pepper was 13 1/2 years old and she was VERY SPECIAL to us. Thank you so much for taking special care of her!The A Family" (from Los Altos)"Dear Trent, Thank you so much for the beautiful job you did on Babe's memorial rocks. They are so nice, and everyone who has seen them has been greatly impressed. The rock at home has been placed in my mini-garden under a dwarf Japanese maple and surrounded by cyclamen.
I appreciate the care and thought you put into remembering her. I really appreciate your thoughtfulness. Sincerely S" (from Los Gatos) "Last week we picked up the remains of our dog at our Veterinary hospital. He was a big part of our family for nine years and has been a great loss since he died. It was a pleasant surprise and has even helped in our grieving to see how nicely he was brought back to us.
I was expecting a plastic bag in a box and instead discovered a lovely blue urn with his name inscribed, and the paw print made me cry all over again. It's comforting to see that you obviously value the relationship and bond between people and their pets, especially during such a sensitive time. Thank you, we will cherish these things always." (A family from Santa Cruz)See Also: Lorain County Animal Control
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Valley Equine Hospital Valley Large Animal Hospital had its humble beginnings on Hamilton Ave in Campbell during a time when there were more fruit trees than people in Santa Clara Valley. As the horses moved to the southern end of the county, Valley Large was moved to Cochrane Road in Morgan Hill in 1972 under the tutelage of the late Eugene Carroll, DVM until it was purchased by Richard McCormick, VMD in 1984.
Lori Kayashima, DVM was added as an equal shareholder when it was incorporated in 1988. It moved to its present location at Masten Ave and Highway 101 in 1991. Richard McCormick, VMDOwner Once described as the veterinarian with the "gray truck, white shirt, and black dog," Dr. Richard McComick grew up in the Gettysburg area of Pennsylvania and developed his love for horses taking care of them at the family farm and showing jumpers.
He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1976 (with a Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris degree hence his title of VMD). After working in a mixed practice in Maryland for a year, he headed west and purchased a veterinary practice in Mill Valley, CA where he worked for five years. After selling that practice in 1982, he came to Valley Animal Hospital while it was still in Morgan Hill and ultimately purchased it from Eugene Carroll, DVM in 1984.
While most of his time in equine practice has been spent in lameness and reproduction, he also has an interest in performance horse medicine. He can sometimes be seen riding one of his horses on the local trails at Mt. Madonna with his wife Dr. Lori Kayashima, in his wood shop building furniture or duck hunting with his Labrador, Girl. (He is still waiting patiently for Z to figure out how to swim.
) Lori Kayashima, DVMOwner Dr. Lori Kayashima grew up in Southern California and first manifested her lifelong love for horses at the age of six by cajoling her mother to drive to and from the grocery store a different route so that she could maximize the number of different horses she could see out the car window. She graduated from the University of California Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1984.
When she started working at Valley Animal Hospital in Morgan Hill, it was a mixed practice and she divided her time between the horses, dogs and cats. She was made equal shareholder with the practice when it was incorporated in 1988. Together, she and her husband, Richard McCormick, VMD, opened a small animal practice, Orchard Veterinary Hospital in Gilroy in 1989. She continued to split her time between the two practices until 2003 when staffing needs pushed her over to Orchard full time.
After discovering a wondrous world of climate controlled work environments and no after-hours emergencies, she can only be seen occasionally at Valley helping Richard with surgery, rounds at Happy Hollow Zoo or overflow appointments. After hours, she enjoys trail riding, playing lifeguard for Z out in the duck swamp (don't tell Dr. McCormick, but she believes the only thing Z will ever excel at is sleeping), and fulfilling her role as "cat furniture" to her two cats while she reads.
LAUREN WINFIELD, DVMASSOCIATE VETERINARIAN Dr. Lauren Winfield joined us in July 2012. She is a Monterey Peninsula-native and graduated from the University of California Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. She completed an internship at Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center in June of 2012, where she honed her skills in general and emergency equine medicine, lameness and surgery.
Dr. Winfield completed the equine acupuncture course at Colorado State University in 2014, and is now a Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist (CVMA). She has added this modality to her armament in the diagnosis and treatment of equine lameness. She also spends weekends as an FEI treatment veterinarian. Outside of work, Dr. Winfield enjoys riding and training horses, spending time with family, hiking and running.
MIRANDA ABRAHAMS, DVMASSOCIATE VETERINARIAN Dr. Abrahams is another invader from the East Coast having grown in up in Maryland. She graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 and then went on to complete an equine surgery residency at Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph in 2016.While she is not going out on calls or debating politics with Dr. McCormick (brave woman indeed), Dr.
Abrahams enjoys long distance running, singing and art. Daisy Carrasco-BarajasVeterinary Assistant Daisy needed hours to complete her veterinary assistant program at Central Coast College and landed on our doorstep in June 2016. To our delight, she fit right into our team. She has been an assiduous member--helping the doctors' out on the road or in the clinic, always quick to lend a hand.Daisy likes to spend time with her family in Watsonville and riding her horses.
Charlotte CastroVeterinary Assistant Charlotte joined our team in February 2017. Previously, she started in the veterinary field, switched to the human medical field and then came to her sense and realized her true passion was with the four legged animals and came to work with us. We are all pleased that she made that decision! ChaCha is not only industrious, she often serenades us with her humming while we work.
When she is not here with us, Charlotte likes to go trail riding. TORI ROWEFRONT DESK / RECEPTIONIST Tori joined our team in March of 2017. She is the bright cheery presence in the front office with you call or come in for a visit.If she is not manning the front desk, she is taking classes to become a elementary school teacher.