Welcome to Oak Grove Veterinary Hospital Where Your Pet is a Priority!

Oak Grove Veterinary animal hospital is your choice for veterinary care, San Jose. Our friendly, kind team of professionals will roll out the red carpet for you and your beloved family member. As you enter our comfortable, kid-friendly office, you and your pet will feel relaxed and ready for the visit with our doctor. 

Every member of our staff is committed to making your fur baby our primary concern. We do so at an affordable cost and in a fun, compassionate environment. 

Welcome to Oak Grove Veterinary Hospital

Oak Grove is a comprehensive animal clinic that treats any and all types of pets. We can provide you with the following:

    • Wellness Exam – Our staff will do a complete examination including collecting a history. We will check for illnesses or concerns. In addition, a fecal sample will be taken to test for parasites.
    • Vaccines - Our pet care San Jose includes the core vaccinations as well as advising you on any additional vaccinations your pet may need based on his/her environment.
    • Heartworm, flea and tick prevention - We carry a wide variety of pest infestation protection. You can count on Oak Grove to guard your baby against these dangerous creatures.
    • Nutrition - Based on your pet's needs, we can make a recommendation for food and supplements. Some pets need special food to treat a certain condition while others may need a supplemental vitamin or medication. Whatever your baby requires, we can help. 
    • Microchipping, surgeries, lab work, x-rays, dentistry and more - Our clinic can microchip so if your pet is ever lost the chances of them being returned are greater. If it is bloodwork, x-rays, dental cleaning or most any type of surgery your sweet one needs, we have the knowledge and state of the art equipment to provide the best care possible.
    • Urgent care - In the event of an emergency, Oakgrove can assist and treat your pet. It is always scary when your loved feline or canine is hurt and suffering. We will act quickly and efficiently to bring the situation under control.

Oak Grove Veterinary Hospital is the premier veterinarian in San Jose and surrounding areas. Our site has many valuable resources including the opportunity to sign up for our free informational newsletter. Learning about the care and keeping of your pet is an ongoing process and our resources can keep you informed about the latest information. Conveniently located in San Jose, our office is easy to get to so call us today for an appointment: 408-227-1661.

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  • Dr. Timothy D. Thies

    Dr. Thies graduated from Texas A&M University in 1977 with his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.  He is licensed to practice in both California and Texas.  He moved to San Jose after graduating from Veterinary School and worked at a Hospital in Campbell and one in Los Gatos before starting a House Call Practice in 1982.  After his son Garrett was born in June of 2000, he decided he needed to have an office that didn’t move.

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Read What Our Clients Say

    Very helpful - I don't have a lot of money and they help me make decisions given my situation. No pressure

    Diane H.

    I love this man! He is honest and no non-sense! Our family vet since the 70's when he had a mobile service to our semi rural community back then.

    Anna K.

    The doctor and staff are amazing!! They really do care about you and your fur babies. We recently had to say goodbye to our 19 yr old cat and they were wonderful through the whole process. They really made my mom feel comfortable and supported through everything! Thank you for your kindness!!

    Christine K.


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Office Hours

Our front office does not close down for lunch.

San Jose Office


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm