Practice History

APPOINTMENT
Although Dr. Amanda Bloomberg and Dr. Melissa Hardy grew up across the country from each other, their initial connection is through their veterinary education. They both graduated from Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, where they received a well-rounded education with a focus on client and patient care. They both have worked in various practices around the East Bay and even met each other briefly years ago. It must have been fate for these two Boilermakers because recently an opportunity presented itself to open a new veterinary practice in Pleasanton. It didn’t take long to realize they were a perfect match and they decided to pursue their dream together as a team.

With a huge shift in the veterinary field to corporately-owned hospitals, Dr. Bloomberg and Dr. Hardy feel strongly about opening a privately-owned hospital where they can create the unique family-oriented feel that the pets recognize and clients appreciate. Together, they hope to share their dreams with you and welcome you to the family at Paws of Pleasanton Animal Hospital.

Family-owned and operated veterinary care in Pleasanton, CA

Compassionate care for your four-legged family members.

At Paws of Pleasanton Animal Hospital, we know your pets are family. We strive to treat each and every patient who walks through our doors with kindness and respect. We offer cutting-edge medical technology to keep your pets feeling their best! We're also a proud member of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce.

Contact

Location

3128 Santa Rita Road, Suite B
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Hours

Mon - Fri: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sat - Sun: Closed

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At this time, we offer the option for either curbside or in-hospital visits with your pets as long as you are wearing a mask, have not tested positive or recently been around others who have tested positive or are feeling sick.