The Grand Lake Veterinary Hospital is proud to serve Uptown, CA. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own pet, and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible. If you have any questions about how we can care for your pet, please don’t hesitate to call us at (510) 350-8538. Thank you!

Veterinary Care Near Uptown

At The Grand Lake Veterinary Hospital, we provide veterinary services to a variety of pets including dogs and cats to clients in Uptown. Our goal is to provide our patients the best veterinary medicine available with the utmost care and concern for your pet family members. Our team of highly skilled professionals is here to meet all your family’s veterinary needs.

Your Uptown Veterinarian

Uptown Oakland or The Uptown is a neighborhood in Downtown Oakland, California. Its boundaries are ill-defined, but most definitions include the area between 27th Street to the north, San Pablo Avenue to the west, City Center to the south, and Harrison St to the east. The neighborhood has become an important entertainment district in recent years.

The area near 20th Street and Broadway had been Oakland’s main shopping district in the mid-20th century. Several buildings from that era remain, including the former H.C. Capwell department store, which later became Sears and is currently being developed into a mixed-use retail and office building called “Uptown Station;” the I. Magnin department store; the Paramount Theater; and the Fox Oakland Theatre. The Payless Drug Store and Market located at Telegraph Ave. and 20th St, housed the drug store small produce markets and seafood sellers. It included a SAAG’s sausage counter and even a USO branch. This structure was demolished in the early 1960s to construct a parking structure for Capwell’s Department store. The area was home to one of the original Kwik Way hamburger outlets and also at Broadway and Grand Ave the Oakland branch of Breuners furniture.

West of Telegraph Avenue, the neighborhood was for many years largely made up of parking lots and garages. The area has gone through several failed urban renewal projects and proposals, including proposals for a shopping mall, an entertainment district, high-rise housing, and a professional baseball stadium. The area now contains several attractive high-rise apartment buildings.