Welcome to our Web Site We will supply the best quality in Veterinary Medical care in a friendly, relaxed setting. We hope you'll refer your friends and family to our practice. At this site, you'll find information about our practice philosophy, our services, helpful forms to aid you and an extensive Pet Medical Library for you to search for additional information.

Contact Details

  City Newhall, CA
  Zip Code 91321
  Address 24899 San Fernando Rd
  Phone Number (661) 259-7387

From Our Website

Santa Clarita Animal Hospital has been proudly providing quality care for dogs and cats since 1984. We strive to provide a calm, fear free, professional, and friendly environment for your pet. With our fantastic team of experienced veterinarians, Dr. Burkhartsmeyer, Dr. Tran, Dr. Chang and Dr. Bones we can diagnose and treat nearly any condition. We offer services including, exams for all ages, vaccinations, traditional and laparoscopic spays, neuters, dentals, and orthopedics. Our diagnostic tools allow us to get a clear picture of all your pet's needs.

Founded in 1984, Santa Clarita Animal Hospital provides the highest quality veterinary care in the Santa Clarita Valley. With a fantastic veterinarian team, Dr. Tran, Dr. Chang and Dr. Bones we can diagnosis and treat nearly any condition. Our top of the line equipment allows us determine your pets condition quickly and easily. Our staff thrives and prides themselves in trying to make your pets trip to the vet office a happy and relaxed visit. We are easy to find at the corner or Railroad Ave and 15th street right across from A.V Rentals.

If your pet is experiencing an emergency, call our office before coming. That way we can tell you if we have enough staff, time and equipment for your pets emergency. Emergency visits are subject to a $118 Emergency Exam Fee. Please know if we refer your pet to another clinic it is because we don't feel at that time we can provide the care necessary for your pet. If your pet experiences an emergency when Santa Clarita Animal Hospital is closed, we recommend contacting Animal Specialty Group or Access Animal Hospital.

Did you know 1 in 3 pets go missing? Microchipping your pet makes sure your information is with your pet always. Collars can fall off, tags can wear down, and harnesses can get caught but a microchip is fail proof. Having your pet microchipped is quick, easy and inexpensive. A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice. A veterinary professional simply injects this chip under the skin of your pet between their shoulder blades. That chip holds a unique number just for your pet linking them to all their info.

Veterinary diagnostic imaging creates composites of the internal body, and veterinarians use these images to discover disease or injury. Santa Clarita Animal Hospital employs advanced imaging technologies operated by board-certified veterinary radiologists, guaranteeing the highest quality of care for our patients. Radiographs, also known as X-rays, direct electromagnetic radiation toward the body to highlight objects within. These popular tests can detect a number of abnormalities including skeletal fractures, soft tissue damage, foreign bodies and dental disease.

Surgery is an effective way to treat many serious injuries and disorders. Santa Clarita Animal Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art surgical facilities and equipment. We continue to implement innovative surgical techniques and technologies to remain on the forefront of veterinary medicine. Our hospital provides a large number of surgical services, from standard spaying and neutering to more advanced, specialized procedures. Patient safety and comfort is our main priority during all operations.

Ultrasounds are powerful diagnostic tools that create real-time images of the inside of an animal's body. This composite image reveals important information about internal processes including the circulatory, skeletal and gastrointestinal systems, helping identify disease, blockages and internal injury. Ultrasounds broadcast high-frequency sound waves that reflect off your pet's internal structures. A small probe held against the skin collects the returning signals to create an image of the internal body, and this real-time image is most commonly used to examine abdominal organs like the stomach, kidneys, liver, spleen and gallbladder.

Dental disease is a common issue with dogs and cats. Our pets don't brush their teeth daily leading to tarter, inflammation and infection. Left untreated dental disease can lead to more then just bad breath. Tooth decay, root abscesses, gum disease, and if left untreated the bacteria can enter their bloodstream affecting their heart and other organs. Severe dental disease is painful, making it hard for pets to eat, chew, play and live their lives to the fullest. Every check up your pet receives our vets will check their teeth.