Noble Veterinary Clinic

36 Barnes Ct.
Hayward, CA 94544


Over 25 Years of Trusted Service

What is the difference between Urgent Care and other Emergency hospitals?

  • Our veterinarians all have emergency room experience, but we are not open overnight and do not hospitalize patients overnight.
  • We will always take your pet in for care on a non appointment, drop in basis. If you call our highly trained staff will triage your pets medical needs and advise the best time to come in.
  • By focusing on urgent care cases, our doctors get to see each patient more quickly than in the 24h emergency room.
  • After the initial examination, the doctor will discuss a diagnostics and treatment plan. Your loved one stays with us until we contact you later in the day when they are ready to go home.
  • We are faster, better and more reasonably priced than your typical ER! Payment options are discussed as needed and we always do our best to work with your budget
  • We are a locally owned and community oriented practice. We are not owned by a corporation and we care about our clients above all else!
Nobile Veterinary Clinic is there for your dental needs and urgent care!

Veterinary Urgent Care Without the Wait.
Reasonable for your budget.

We offer state-of-the-art urgent veterinary medical care by experienced veterinarians. Our vision is to help the many urgent care patients that cannot see their local veterinarian at short notice, but whose only other option is one of the area's busy Emergency Rooms or their own Doctors who can't provide pets care in a timely basis. At the ER, the patients end up triaged, waiting for hours before even seeing a doctor while the life-threatening emergencies are prioritized. We specialize in urgent care cases, we can focus on giving your pets the medical attention they need, as quickly as possible. We have designed our Urgent Pet hospital from the ground up to create an efficient flow for pets and owners, so less time is spent in the waiting room.



(Include but not limited to)


  • Examination
  • Blood work
  • Digital radiology
  • Complete in house laboratory for immediate results
  • Soft-tissue surgery
  • Fluid therapy
  • Blood transfusion
  • Multimodal analgesia
  • State of the art monitoring (pulse oximetry, Doppler blood pressure, EKG)
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Separate cat and dog housing areas


  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Urinary issues
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Lethargy
  • Fever
  • Bite wounds / lacerations
  • Abscess
  • Foxtail
  • Poisons and other toxicities
  • Ingestion of foreign objects (toys, socks, twigs, rocks)
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Eye and ear issues
  • Acute skin disease
  • Anal gland issues
  • Allergic reaction
  • Back pain
  • Acute limping
  • Seizures