South County Animal Hospital provides complete medical, surgical and dental services for dogs, cats and other small animals. Learn more about us and our services.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Our singular goal is to provide compassionate medicine of the highest quality. We believe every patient is special and unique, deserving of individualized medical care. Communication, honesty, and respect are the cornerstone of supporting the human-pet bond.
Congratulations to our team for being voted Best Veterinary Hospital in Morgan Hill's 2017 "Best Of" survey.
Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that can affect pets and lead to liver and kidney disease ranging from mild to fatal. The disease is shed in the urine of infected animals- mainly wildlife- is highly contagious, and is prevalent during years of increased rainfall. The disease is easily prevented by annual vaccination. If you live near standing ponds, or if your lifestyle puts your pet at risk (hiking, fishing, boating, camping) consult one of our doctors about aiding this vaccine to your pet's precventative health regimen.
South County Animal Hospital is proud to be AAHA accredited, a distinction earned by only 12% of veterinary hospitals in the nation. Our standards for diagnostics, medical care, client communication and practice management are among the highest in our profession.
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|15790 Monterey Road, Suite 500
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
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Mon - Fri. 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 1pm
Welcome Dr. Danielle Fusco
Dr. Dani was born and raised in Morgan Hill, and we are excited to have her on our team. We now have four doctors on staff to better address the needs of our growing community.
CANINE INFLUENZA OUTBREAK
We are in the midst of an outbreak of Canine Influenza in our community. Influenza is a highly contagious illness comprised of two strains of virus- H3N8 and H3N2. In most dogs the disease is mild and self-limiting; usually comprised of a cough and a mild discharge from the eyes and/or nose. Those patients do not need to be treated, and will usually recover in 2-3 weeks. In a few patients the disease can have more serious symptoms including lethargy, fever, and labored breathing. Those patients require immediate attention. We have the bi-valent vaccine in stock, and are currently recommending it for at-risk patients- those who frequent dog parks, grooming/boarding facilities, and dog shows. The vaccine requires an initial injection followed by a booster vaccine in one month. Please call us for an appointment if you wish to immunize your dogs for this disease, or if you have additional questions or concerns.
For more information, please click here to visit Baker Institute For Animal Health site.