The Most Comprehensive Veterinary Care
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are experiencing a higher-than-normal volume of phone calls and email requests. Please be patient with us as we work together to address your pets' healthcare needs to the best of our abilities under these challenging circumstances.
As of Spring 2022, our lobby doors are open! We are pleased to offer in-person or curbside appointment options. To keep our clients and staff safe, we respectfully require that clients wear well-fitting masks in our hospital. If you have forgotten your mask, we are happy to provide one upon request. We may also limit the number of clients per pet depending on the nature of your appointment.
Please click here to see the hours our office will be closed for staff meeting and training.
🔹 Mondays: 8 am to 6 pm 🔹
🔹 Tuesdays: 7:30 am - 6 pm 🔹
🔹 Wednesdays: 7:30 am - 6 pm 🔹
🔹 Thursdays: 8 am - 6 pm 🔹
🔹 Fridays: 8 am - 5 pm 🔹
🔹 Closed Saturday and Sunday 🔹
To minimize crowding and reduce stress for your pets, please check in when you arrive for your appointment or to pick up medications. You can call or text our main number and one of our team members will be happy to assist you. We appreciate your continued support!
When you make medical decisions for yourself, you probably balance traditional medical options with alternative ones. When it comes to the health and wellness of your beloved family pet, why should it be any different?
The Whole Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center of Los Gatos, California proudly offers truly holistic veterinary care. We offer a full range of traditional, advanced veterinary and surgical services for dogs, cats, exotic animals, and pocket pets. We also provide evidence-based, noninvasive treatments including acupuncture, herbs, nutritional supplements, and chiropractic care.
Integrative Holistic Care
Our integrated holistic approach provides a complete health plan for your pet—from nose to tail.Learn More
The acupuncture sessions, coupled with the physical therapy sessions, really helped Atlas to recover his agility and full use of the leg. He now jumps, runs and plays like any young dog.
We were so lucky that we had 2 more years with our Roxy, and that her last years were more comfortable due to Dr. Wheeler’s treatments. I only trust my dogs’ health to Dr Wheeler.
When other vets wanted me to give up on Coquette or get $6,000 to $10,000 treatments, these fine folks were able to pull my sweet girl through. Miracles can happen, especially when you’ve got The Whole Pet Vet working their magic to help make that miracle happen. Their combination of using Western and Eastern medicine is a no-brainer. What a terrific concept!
Today, I’m using Dr. Wheeler to help treat pain in my young Siberian’s hip dysplasia. Acupuncture is a useful tool for after her physical therapy. My dog Juno, loves it and really chills out. She’s sensitive in her painful areas but overall it reduces inflammation and keeps her strong so she can play like a normal 2 year old dog!
You will not be treated like a number, and you will not feel as if they just want you to open your wallet. They really take the time to get to know you and your pet(s). I am relieved and comforted to know that I have found my pet’s vet, and will happily recommend anyone that wants A+ care for their pets.
Pet Insurance Questions?
We’re here to help!
We understand that selecting the right pet insurance for you can be a difficult experience. The Whole Pet Vet’s staff is very knowledgable about many different pet insurance programs and can help you pick the right plan for your pet’s health expenses.Learn More
Proud Community Partners
The Whole Pet Vet is proud to partner with local organizations in our community to help serve all of the pets in Los Gatos. We frequently partner with the Humane Society of Silicon Valley to bring health and awareness to our community pets and their owners!Learn More
Adopting a Pet in October
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), over 6 million companion pets arrive at American animal shelters each year. That’s a sobering statistic. The good news is that about 4 million pets get adopted out of shelters each year. You can help close the gap between surrendered and adopted […]Read More