Masson Veterinary Hospital
The Finest In Veterinary Care
Veterinarian – Providing in-depth analysis of your pet’s health!
Welcome to Masson Veterinary Hospital, your local hub of exceptional veterinary care born out of our profound love for animals. We’re more than just a clinic – we’re a tight-knit community of passionate animal lovers dedicated to improving the lives of your beloved pets. Our personalized approach, rooted in a deep understanding of each pet’s unique health requirements, sets us apart.
Masson Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Veterinarian Dr. Tais Perpétuo has over 14 years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our San Bruno veterinarian.
“The staff was incredibly friendly and attentive, making my pets feel comfortable during their visits. The veterinarians demonstrated a high level of expertise and provided thorough explanations of the treatments and procedures. The facility was clean and well-maintained, creating a safe environment.”P. Coelho
“It’s a real veterinarian place! I have been in others famous clinics but this one is where they treat my dogs as my babies! Fully recommended!”Amanda A.
“Everyone is pleasant and knowledgeable, and our cat "Sweetie" is feeling better with the medication and prescription food.”Steve T.
“What a great vet and team. Whenever a pet has trouble it's stressful. The team here was patient, transparent, and over-communicated everything to help make our pet's care easy for us humans.”Josh G.
“Great staff, very welcoming and helpful. My working dog and I appreciate your professionalism and loving care.”Rossy P.
From routine wellness check-ups to intricate surgical procedures, our skilled veterinarian and caring team are equipped to handle all your pet’s needs. We view your pet as a cherished member of your family, deserving of the same care and love we would bestow upon our own pets. Our knowledgeable staff is always ready to guide you through the vital decisions concerning your pet’s healthcare. At Masson Veterinary Hospital, we’re not just your pet’s healthcare provider, but your trusted partner in safeguarding their well-being. To explore our range of services or book an appointment, please reach out to our dedicated team.
At Masson Veterinary Hospital, we offer a comprehensive suite of services to cater to your pet’s needs. These include:
Our passionate and dedicated team at Masson Veterinary Hospital is experienced in caring for cats and dogs.
While we do accept urgent care appointments during our operating hours, we do not have after-hours emergency services. For emergencies outside our working hours, we recommend the following hospitals:
Yes, we happily accept both appointments and walk-ins. We also provide same-day sick and urgent care appointments if you call early.
Our hours of operation are:
At Masson Veterinary Hospital, we accept several payment methods for your convenience. This includes:
Cats are good at hiding their pain. So, if you notice your cat acting grouchy, flattening his ears back, really crouching up his body position, or—especially—hiding, it may be a good indication that your pet is experiencing pain. Some other signs of pain in cats include:
As our feline friends age many suffer from arthritis that often goes undiagnosed. With cats, it can be tricky for owners to identify pain because cats are masters at hiding signs of weakness and pain. This is why many cats have undiagnosed pain and or arthritis. If you don’t pay attention to the little clues that indicate your pet is hurting, you may miss when your pet needs your help.
Cats over 8 are more likely to suffer from arthritis simply because of their age. Overweight animals are becoming an epidemic, and we are seeing many animals suffering from arthritis at an early age because of the excess stress placed on the joints. Any cat that has had a previous injury or an orthopedic surgery has a site that is prone to arthritis due to the bony changes that accompany healing of such an injury. Cats who may have not had access to proper kitten food and adequate calcium during their formative months can have bony changes that make them susceptible to arthritis in various joints.
If you are concerned that your cat may have arthritis, consult one of our veterinarians. There are many options for managing our cats’ comfort as they age. For example, we are now carrying the newest injectable treatment called Solensia , a once a month injection given at by your veterinarian. For more information visit: zoetispetcare.com/products/solensia