Care, Compassion and Commitment. Dedicated to the pets in our community since 1978.
“Joey”, 3 month old Lab. Ret. puppy came to visit us today to get his vaccines.
Show us your puppy pictures (new or old) 😊
“Stretch” and the team of Codornices will like to wish you all a Merry Christmas 🎄
Say it’s carol singers... 🤫 #owlkitty #loveactually
Merry Christmas everyone. Thank you for giving us such a wonderful year.
Love, The OwlKitty Family
#christmas #9gag #catsofinstagram #adoptdontshop #putowlkittyonellen
"Oakland Animal Control told us that there is a distemper epidemic in the Bay Area, as well as in southern CA, at this time.
If you spot a gray fox, skunk, opossum or squirrel in your yard whose behavior is odd, please call the police non-emergency number. If you describe the animal as "wildlife that is injured", Animal Control will respond immediately.
PLEASE get your pets vaccinated ASAP if they are not up to date! Distemper is highly contagious and often fatal.
*Foxes and other wildlife transmit distemper though their own urine.
*It can be transmitted from the ground, or in rain puddles.
*Humans can contract an asymptomatic CDV infection, but if they have been immunized against measles, they are protected from CDV as well.
*To learn more about distemper and how to protect your pets and you, contact your own veterinarian or physician."
Tomorrow Codornices Veterinary Clinic will be closed. If you have an emergency, please refer to Pet emergency hospital in Berkeley or OakVet in Oakland. They are open 24 hours.
Codornices will open again Friday 8am-5:30pm.
Wishing you a Happy and safe Thanksgiving to you all from the Staff at Codornices!
Have you had your checkup yet? Kaweah would like to remind you to call our office Mon-Fri 8-5:30 and Sat 8-4pm if you haven’t yet 😉 #kaweahlovespictures
Be aware of the coyotes and take extra precaution around your pets.
This is our lovely vet tech Sheila.
She has bee in the veterinary for years.
Sheila is from Richmond and currently lives in El Sobrante with her family, 4 dachshunds and 5 cats.
She loves cooking, baking (sometimes we benefit from the baking as well), hiking and going on walks with friends.
Jessica is our lead receptionist.
She’s been in the field for 8 years and has been working for Codornices for 5 years.
Her home country is Kenya. She’s currently residing in El Sobrante.
She lives with her husband, kids, dog named Saba, 3 cats and a horse.
Jessica enjoys camping, hiking and spending time with her 🐴 “Scandal”.
“An extra hour of 😴 they said”
Kids and pets don’t understand THAT extra hour of sleep 💤 😒
Have you met our “new” veterinarian, Dr. Andrew Lie?
He has been in the vet field for 17 years. He was a relief doctor for Codornices for about 3 years before coming aboard to work permanently in April of this year.
Dr. Lie is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners– Canine and Feline Practice. He lives in Marin with his wife, Cheri, lovely dog Kaweah and his three-legged cat Nigel.
Dr Lie loves cooking, baking, running, hiking and backpacking.
Dr. Lie has been an awesome addition to our team.
Please welcome to Dr.Lie to our clinic 😊
Thank you to all the 🐾vet techs🐾 in the world, specially our lovely girls at Codornices. You girls are the pilar to our clinic. Without you guys, vet med would be impossible.
We appreciate you each and everyone one of you.
Vet tech appreciation week 😻🐶🐭🐰
Say hello to “Moby” who came to visit us for his annual exam and vaccines.
Show us your kitties ...
Meet our phenomenal Registered Veterinary Technician, Donna.
She has been an RVT for 14 years and has worked at Codornices for 13 years.
Donna grew up in Berkely and lives with her husband, her dog “Charlie” and cat “Noni” in Hayward. When she’s not working, she likes to take her dog out on a walk, enjoys hiking and gardening is her favorite hobby.
We love and appreciate Donna for her dedication, love and passion to our patients at Codornices.
Codornices Veterinary Clinic is currently unaffected by the planned PG&E power outage. We will be OPEN tomorrow 8am-5:30pm.
Everyone affected by this, stay safe
Meet Courtney 😊. She is one of our awesome receptionists.
She grew up in Pinole and lives with her husband and 2 dogs named Mia and Bella. She’s been in the vet field for 2 1/2 years and loves interacting with clients and seeing cats and dogs
One of her favorite past times is to watch Netflix. Courtney is currently studying communication.
Who wants to have dinner 🥘 out in the yard???? Me, 🙋🏻♀️, me, 🙋🏻♂️! 😁
Hope you all are staying cool on this 🥵 day
Remember that on these hot days it’s best to walk our dogs early morning and late afternoon to avoid a heat stroke and blisters on their paws.
#happymiddleoftheweek. The weekend is only 2 days away 💥
Please listen to this NPR story about how the struggles veterinarians go through everyday can lead to depression and ultimately suicide. As someone who is in this profession and who has struggled with depression I hear countless stories of my colleagues taking their own lives. It is an epidemic. Awareness is the first step to tackling this issue.
Please be kind to the veterinarians and veterinary technicians/nurses who take care of your pets. Please thank them when you can because this will truly rejuvenate them and help them feel appreciated for all the love and care they pour out for their patients and clients.
-Dr Regina Kim Yoo, DVM
npr.org Veterinarians have suicide rates of more than double that of the general population. One group is building an online community to give advice and help out when stress adds up.
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Happy Sunday 🌞
We will be closing today (Saturday Dec 23) at 2pm and will be closed on Monday Dec 25th for Christmas.
We will reopen on Tuesday Dec 26 at 8am and will be open our regular hours for the rest of the week.
If you have an emergency while we are closed, please go to Pets Referral Center located at 10th and University in Berkeley. Their number is 510-548-6684.
Ok.. I'm ready to fly
Do your cats like playing in boxes? I know mine do...
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Oooo fishies.. must catch... got it..
Fitting I think for the season we are in..
Some other resources specifically towards earthquakes
avma.org Be prepared to take care of pets and other animals, especially during disasters such as fire, flood, or other emergencies.
In light of what has happened over the last few weeks, I thought it would be a good idea to review my own pet emergency kit and plans..
redcross.org The best way to protect your household from the effects of a disaster is to have a disaster plan. If you are a pet owner, that plan must include your pets.
This is the "staying home on a Saturday night" look..
The claws come out in a case of sibling rivalry. It started out with a hiss how did it end up like this? The mischievous kitten interrupts Simon’s Cat during...
Charlotte reporting for duty.. what's next on the agenda?
Dragon wonders what this strange creature is..
Oh, Hi Spydy!
Tuxedo kitty mirror images
Nom nom nom.. Maybe I can eat it before Mom gets here.
I hope this doesn't mess up my hair, I just had it done.
"I'm camping with my friends, with my friends. Oh my goodness! Did you hear that? I think there's something out there!"
-courtesy of Astro the cat
The only place to be when its so hot outside
We will be closed today for Labor Day. If you have an emergency, please go to PETS Referral Center at 1048 University in Berkeley. We will re-open on Tuesday at 8am.
You have displeased me, you shall now face my wrath
We will be closed on Monday, September 4th for Labor Day.
If you have an emergency during any of our holidays or after regular hours, please go to PETS Referral Center located at 1048 University in Berkeley.
We will re-open at 8am on Tuesday the 5th.
"A frenzied feline has a moment of madness!" Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=simonscat CREDITS Directed by: Si...
We've all heard of "Puppy Love" - why is "Kitten Love" not a thing?!
Side effects of "Fetch" may include tired muscles, drowsiness, contentment and silly faces.
Is that for me?
Look into my eyes.... you are now under my control
Me.. and mini me
Ready.. Set... GO!
Dogs have about 100 different facial expressions, most of them made with the ears. Using their swiveling ears like radar dishes, experiments have shown that dogs can locate the source of a sound in 6/100ths of a second.
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