VCA South County Animal Hospital
205 El Camino Real | Arroyo Grande, CA 93420Call 805-743-3933
|Monday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 4:00pm|
- Animal Boarding
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Grooming
- Animal Microchipping
- Bird Vet
- Exotic Animal Vet
- Reptile Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
We have moved into a new 8,000 square foot hospital! Please stop by and we will gve you a tour!
We're more than an animal hospital! We're the place where pet parents know they can bring their pets for superb veterinary care that sets new standards for quality and kindness. For pets and pet parents alike, a trip to our clinic is an opportunity to see how our neighborly, welcoming staff cares for your pet as if it were their own, and treats you with the friendliness and respect you'd expect from an industry leader.
Animal shelter discount
Major credit cards accepted
New Puppy and Kitten Packages
Wellness and Senior Wellness Packages
Prescription/premium diet pet foods
Veterinary School: Washington State University
Dr. Steven Paulick has been with VCA for over 20 years. Prior to joining VCA South County in 1995, he practiced at VCA Asher Animal Hospital in Reading. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. During his time at South County, Dr. Paulick has been very active in the care of sick and injured birds and mammals rescued by Pacific Wildlife Care in Morro Bay. When not working, he enjoys gardening and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Louisa Cammidge joined VCA South County in 2014. She spent her early years moving back and forth between England and Northern California. When her family settled back in the States, she adopted her first pet dog and a devotion to animals quickly followed. Though briefly interested in human medicine, she quickly realized that our beloved pets are often the best remedy for what ails us.
Dr. Cammidge spent several years working in a busy 24- hour practice in San Francisco, where she developed an interest in dermatology, internal medicine and ultrasound. She went on to pursue a master�s degree in public health, realizing the importance of veterinarians in emergency preparedness and zoonotic diseases.
Dr. Cammidge spent the last eight years working as a small animal veterinarian in Tucson, Arizona and worked for several years at an integrative practice. She received certification in medical veterinary acupuncture when she saw the benefits it offered older arthritic pets.
Although a dog lover first, cats are very close to her heart, and she makes sure to treat them with the respect and admiration that they deserve. She is excited to be back in California, and spends her free time exploring the beaches with her husband and two young children, as well as volunteering at the Marine Mammal Center in Morro Bay.