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Willow Glen Pet Hospital

Welcome to Willow Glen Pet Hospital! We are a dedicated team of pet lovers, and we are here to make sure your pet is in the best health possible, whether that means routine wellness and health exams, or addressing any health conditions that may come up.  We offer a variety of services to meet your pets needs ranging from vaccinations to surgical procedures.

Our Team

Our team is made up of passionate pet care professionals, headed by Dr. Rajvir Gillon DVM.  He attended veterinary school in Punjab, India, and completed several internships in animal hospitals around California before becoming an associate veterinarian.  Dr. Gillon is an experienced professional, and his love of treating animals extends to both his personal and professional life. 

Our staff also includes several veterinary assistants and technicians, all of whom have high aspirations and an intense dedication to helping animals.  

Our Services

At Willow Glen, we are proud to offer a variety of services from wellness exams to emergency care.  A few of these are routine checkups, x-rays, microchipping, surgery, ultrasound, and reproductive services.  We also have an in-house laboratory, allowing us to do blood work on-site and produce rapid results.  Having quick information about blood cell counts, thyroid levels, and urinalysis gives us the opportunity to give your pet fast relief in the case of an illness.    

We also offer service packages for pet dental care, surgery, and vaccination.  We provide all core vaccines in our office, as well as puppy/kitten boosters for new patients.  Non-core vaccines are also available, though this depends on the needs of the individual animal.  Dental services we offer include cleaning, polishing, sealing, fluoride treatment, extractions, and radiographs.  Maintaining proper dental health is crucial for your pet's overall health.  Our office is able to assist with many surgical operations as well, with services ranging from emergency surgery to routine spay and neuter procedures.  

Your pet's health is important to us!  Our team is dedicated to helping animals live the healthiest, happiest lives possible.  Whether you're looking for a veterinarian for routine check-ups or concerned your pet may be ill, we are here to help.  We are proud to serve the greater San Jose area, and prouder still to be doing the work that we do.  

Don't see what you need?  Give us a call at our San Jose office, open Monday through Saturday.  We're here to answer any and all of your pet-related questions.  

Services We Offer

Meet Our Skilled Team

  • Dr.
    Rajvir Gillon DVM
    Veterinarian / Owner

    Dr. Rajvir Gillon was born and raised in San Jose, CA. He attended veterinary school at GADVASU in Punjab, India. After graduating veterinary school, Dr. Gillon completed his first intern year at Central Valley Veterinary Hospital in Manteca, CA. He then went on to intern at Ace Animal Hospital in Fremont, CA. Upon successful completion of his internship, Dr. Gillon became an Associate Veterinarian at Ace Animal Hospital, where he has continued to practice since. In addition to practicing at Ace Animal Hospital, Dr. Gillon has been doing relief work at American Pet Clinic inCeres, CA.Dr. Gillon has had a love for animals since he was very young. He grew up with a variety of animals ranging from dogs and cats to various farm animals and ostriches. At the age of 8, Dr. Gillon was inspired to start his very own chicken farm. He started his farm with four chicks, and it resulted in over 100 chickens. Dr. Gillon currently resides in San Jose with his two dogs named Max and Carmen, as well as two cats; Piper and Tutu.

  • Alexandra Niedzieiski
    Veterinary Assistant

    Alex is currently a 3rd year biology student attending CSU East Bay. Her ultimate goal is to become a Veterinarian. While studying her undergrad , Alex is also a veterinary technician with 3 years of experience. Alex has loved caring for animals for as long as she can remember, and has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 5 years old. Alex has 8 4 legged “children” including 4 dogs, 2 cats, a bearded dragon, and a panther chameleon. She loves all of her babies and always makes sure to treat patients as her own.

  • Cindy
    Veterinary Assistant

    Cindy is one of the newest Veterinarian Technician to join Willow Glen Pet Hospital. She is a certified vet assistant. Her love for animals all started when she got her first pet hamster. Cindy is passionate about saving and rescuing all the dogs she could!!! She has 4 fur babies, which 2 of them are rescues. Currently, she resides in Milpitas with her husband and fur babies, Ellie, Kona, and Wyatt. In the future, she would like to open an animal shelter to save and help all animals.

  • Diana Melgar
    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Diana graduated from Carrington College and received her veterinary technician license in 2019.

  • Alyssa Diaz
    Veterinary Assistant

    Alyssa is currently in college studying to further her career in veterinary medicine.

  • Danielle Tioyao
    Veterinary Assistant

    Danielle is currently attending an online program to become an RVT. She began her journey with us in 2018.

  • Pradyumna Sathishkumaar
    Veterinary Assistant

    Pradyumna is currently applying to veterinary school to further his career in veterinary medicine.

Location

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Office Hours

Our Schedule 5/17/21-5/22/21

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Went in to get my dog’s teeth deep cleaned. Was told somewhere else that my dog’s teeth were pretty bad. Turns out they weren’t that bad, didn’t need any extractions, and now my dog has nice pearly whites :)
    Staff was so nice and helpful. We’ll be back!"
    Stephanie P
  • "Raji and his staff took good care of my furry friends, especially Cindy. She was so patience to answer all my concerns about my dog's pregnancy and her puppies. Without Cindy's advices I would be lost Thank you Willow Glen Pet Hospital ! Keep up the good job!"
    Danielle L
  • "We’re delighted to entrust our puppy’s care in the hands of a private veterinarian rather than one in a large group. Dr.Gillon is very professional, patient and knowledgeable. His staff is also terrific. We’re so happy to have found a such a wonderful veterinarian so close to home!"
    Helbbaine G
  • "finally after 8 years i am so happy to have found a vet i can trust! amazing friendly staff, even before coming here i called DR. Gillon for a second opinion, and other questions. without any pressure or suggestions of me going to their hospital, he provided me with advice to put my worries to ease. so now i have transferred my 2 beautiful angels to willow glenn pet hospital, i could not be happier. i highly recommend!!!"
    Jane H
  • "Took my cat here for a dental cleaning - they did a great job and afterwards she's nice and happy. Thanks WGPH!"
    Ray R

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