Bay Area Animal Acupuncture

San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 347-8055
Contact: Mills, Kathy
Business Description: Bay Area Animal Acupuncture is a mobile veterinary acupuncture practice serving the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Areas. Our patients are companion animals, primarily cats and dogs, whose owners want to support their health in non-invasive and holistic ways. We believe that in home appointments are the least stressful way to deliver this service to your animal. Treatments generally run 60 minutes and can include electro stimulation therapy as well.
In Business Since: 2012
Service Area: The greater San Francisco bay area including: San Francisco, Marin, Richmond, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, Alameda, Dublin, San Bruno, Palo Alto, Hayward, Petaluma, and the Monterey Bay Area
On Angie's List Since: 5/19/2013
Warranties: SATISFACTION
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: By Appointment
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Alameda | Alamo | Albany | Almaden Valley | Alum Rock | Alviso | Antioch | Atherton | Bayview Hunters Point | Belmont | Belvedere Tiburon | Benicia | Berkeley | Berryessa | Blackhawk | Blossom Hill | Boynton | Branham | Brentwood | Brisbane | Broadmoor | Burlingame | Cambrian Park | Campbell | Castro Valley | Chinatown | Clayton | Concord | Contra Costa County | Corte Madera | Cupertino | Daly City | Danville | Diamond Heights | Dublin | Edenvale | El Cerrito | El Sobrante | Emeryville | Evergreen | Excelsior | Fairfax | Financial District | Foster City | Fremont | Gilroy | Haight-ashbury | Half Moon Bay | Hayward | Hercules | Hillsborough | Kensington | Kentfield | Lafayette | Larkspur | Livermore | Los Altos | Los Altos Hills | Los Gatos | Marin County | Marina | Martinez | Menlo Park | Midtown | Mill Valley | Millbrae | Milpitas | Mission District | Moraga | Morgan Hill | Mountain View | Mt. Hamilton | Naglee Park | Newark | Nob Hill | Noe Valley | North Beach | North San Jose | Novato | Oakland | Oakley | Orinda | Pacific Heights | Pacifica | Palo Alto | Parkside | Petaluma | Piedmont | Pinole | Pittsburg | Pleasant Hill | Pleasanton | Portola Valley | Potrero District | Presidio | Redwood City | Richmond | Richmond District | Rodeo | Rose Garden | San Anselmo | San Bruno | San Carlos | San Francisco - Downtown | San Jose - Downtown | San Leandro | San Lorenzo | San Martin | San Mateo | San Mateo County | San Pablo | San Quentin | San Rafael | San Ramon | Santa Clara | Santa Teresa | Saratoga | Sausalito | South Of Market | South San Francisco | Stanford | Stonestown | Sunnyvale | Sunset | Tenderloin | Treasure Island | Tropicana | Union City | Vallejo | Visitacion Valley | Walnut Creek | West Portal | Westgate | Willow Glen | Winchester | Woodside
 
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