Veterinary Public Health


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Contact Information
Veterinary Public Health Program
313 N Figueroa St. Rm 1127
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tel (213) 989-7060
Tel: (877) 747-2243
Fax (213) 481-2375
vet@ph.lacounty.gov
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Pet Rescue and Disease Prevention
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In response to Hurricane Harvey, animal rescue groups based in Los Angeles County have saved  hundreds of animals. When bringing rescued pets into Los Angeles County, it is possible to unintentionally bring in disease as well. Learn more about how to prevent the spread of disease when rescuing pets. 9.21.17

Pet Safety in the Heat
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Whether your pet stays indoors or outdoors, it is important to keep them safe from the
summer heat.

Learn more about how to protect your pet when the temperature rises. 7.25.17

Rabies
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Did you know?

  • 30 rabid bats have been found so far in Los Angeles County in 2017
  • 26 were found at homes
  • 3 were found indoors

Learn more about rabid bats found in 2017 10.11.17

When was rabies first detected in Los Angeles County?
How many rabid animals did we have last year?
Click here to learn all about LA County rabies statistics.  

West Nile Virus - Dead Bird Testing
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In 2017, a total of 58 dead birds have tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV) in Los Angeles County so far. Learn about West Nile Virus in Dead Birds in LA County in 2017. 9.15.17

Please report dead birds in Los Angeles County to either the State of California's West Nile Virus program at 877-968-2473 or to our program at 213-989-7060. Watch this video to learn more about dead bird reporting.

Surveys
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Help us learn about pet health in Los Angeles County
Take our two surveys

 Parks Survey
 
Pet Health and Safety Quiz 

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For Pet Owners

 

Keep the whole family healthy.

 Click here to
learn more.

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