San Francisco Pet Hospital

★★★★★
  • 1371 Fulton St

    San Francisco, CA 94117

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  • 415-931-8312

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Compassionate and effective treatment for our dog. We went to Lee Morris and staff for the 15 years we had our golden retriever. Our new puppy has been there once. Yet I have called about 3 times for advice over the phone, given competently without charges.

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Compassionate and effective treatment for our dog. We went to Lee Morris and staff for the 15 years we had our golden retriever. Our new puppy has been there once. Yet I have called about 3 times for advice over the phone, given competently without charges.

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We have been going to SF Pet Hospital for almost 20 years, first with Dr Morris as our primary vet, and now Dr Leyba. Both are simply extraordinary, and recognized as such by members of their own profession. Whenever we've had to go to pet emergency and been asked who our vet is, whether it was Dr Morris or Dr Leyba, the attending doctor has mentioned that these vets are among the best in SF -- as their full patient list suggests. On our last emergency visit, the emergency vet said she would do a blood panel, "although," she said,"Dr Leyba is so careful that I'm sure I don't have to do it." The pets love him -- and the surgery is one of their favorite spots in SF. They tug to go down the hall to the clinical rooms. I have never encountered such careful, considerate, and affectionate pet care; and in all these years, neither of these veterinarians has made a mistake with our pets, dogs or cats. Dr Leyba specializes in surgery and internal care, Dr Morris has always told us that his hands tell him about the pet -- and they did. We miss his care, but we love Dr Leyba just as well. We recommend them unreservedly to the pet community of SF.

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★★★★★

We have been going to SF Pet Hospital for almost 20 years, first with Dr Morris as our primary vet, and now Dr Leyba. Both are simply extraordinary, and recognized as such by members of their own profession. Whenever we've had to go to pet emergency and been asked who our vet is, whether it was Dr Morris or Dr Leyba, the attending doctor has mentioned that these vets are among the best in SF -- as their full patient list suggests. On our last emergency visit, the emergency vet said she would do a blood panel, "although," she said,"Dr Leyba is so careful that I'm sure I don't have to do it." The pets love him -- and the surgery is one of their favorite spots in SF. They tug to go down the hall to the clinical rooms. I have never encountered such careful, considerate, and affectionate pet care; and in all these years, neither of these veterinarians has made a mistake with our pets, dogs or cats. Dr Leyba specializes in surgery and internal care, Dr Morris has always told us that his hands tell him about the pet -- and they did. We miss his care, but we love Dr Leyba just as well. We recommend them unreservedly to the pet community of SF.

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I've been seeing Dr. Morris for my 3 pets for the last 3 years. I really enjoy the visits when I see him...but there's the rub. Since his office isn't open on weekends and he's out on Thurdays, I am almost NEVER able to schedule an urgent (but non-emergency) appointment with him. This means that my pets see him for their annual exams, but when a health issue inevitably comes up, I'm forced to go to another clinic that can squeeze me in within 1-2 days.

Personally, I didn't like Dr. Leyba's beside manner when I saw him 3 years ago (I think it's just a personality thing), so the fact that I will see only Dr. Morris doesn't help the situation either. If I could get an appointment when needed, I would probably give SF Pet Hospital 5 stars.

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I've been seeing Dr. Morris for my 3 pets for the last 3 years. I really enjoy the visits when I see him...but there's the rub. Since his office isn't open on weekends and he's out on Thurdays, I am almost NEVER able to schedule an urgent (but non-emergency) appointment with him. This means that my pets see him for their annual exams, but when a health issue inevitably comes up, I'm forced to go to another clinic that can squeeze me in within 1-2 days.

Personally, I didn't like Dr. Leyba's beside manner when I saw him 3 years ago (I think it's just a personality thing), so the fact that I will see only Dr. Morris doesn't help the situation either. If I could get an appointment when needed, I would probably give SF Pet Hospital 5 stars.

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GREAT Staff. Responsive, friendly, they really care about your pet., with a gentle demeanor. Reasonable pricing, good diagnostics. Friendly, small, attentive office. I see Dr. Morris for my cat, but everyone there is fantastic. They always remember us between visits, and are very professional in the front office.

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★★★★★

GREAT Staff. Responsive, friendly, they really care about your pet., with a gentle demeanor. Reasonable pricing, good diagnostics. Friendly, small, attentive office. I see Dr. Morris for my cat, but everyone there is fantastic. They always remember us between visits, and are very professional in the front office.

Pros: Friendly Staff, GREAT VETS! Treat your animal very sensitively, Good info on boarding too.

Cons: Parking takes a minute, but not too bad. It's worth it!

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If you live on the presidio side of the city or anywhere near Geary, this is a no brainer. Dr. Morris is compassionate, has lots of experience, and his staff is super friendly. They are a small attentive office, with reasonable rates, and go above and beyond the call of duty for you. (They opened up after closing once when I got there late, to get food for me. They gave me a small bag of food free of charge one time, just to see if my cat would eat it. ) Super professional and make you feel great, when answering questions. Very gentle with the animals too.

While other vets left me with an "I don't know what to tell you" - my cat had been getting sick immediately after eating for 2 years straight, and lost so much weight it was looking dismal. Dr. Morris was SUPER gentle with my cat (who hates the vet) and made him comfortable. Spent an hour with me in the office, during a busy time, like it was nothing. He sticks with it, puzzle solving with the same info other vets had, but he solved the issue.

After thoroughly examining all the tests other vets had given, and the ingredients of different foods my cat ate, Dr. Morris was able to isolate an allergy to a commen ingredient of foods other vets had recommended, that was making my cat sick. My old cat is happily eating his new food, with the help of a little tummy medication - he is happy, healthy and cruisin again after 2 yrs of misdiagnosis! SF Hospital web site has some great links and info too. Run, don't walk to this hospital, they are fantastic!

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If you live on the presidio side of the city or anywhere near Geary, this is a no brainer. Dr. Morris is compassionate, has lots of experience, and his staff is super friendly. They are a small attentive office, with reasonable rates, and go above and beyond the call of duty for you. (They opened up after closing once when I got there late, to get food for me. They gave me a small bag of food free of charge one time, just to see if my cat would eat it. ) Super professional and make you feel great, when answering questions. Very gentle with the animals too.

While other vets left me with an "I don't know what to tell you" - my cat had been getting sick immediately after eating for 2 years straight, and lost so much weight it was looking dismal. Dr. Morris was SUPER gentle with my cat (who hates the vet) and made him comfortable. Spent an hour with me in the office, during a busy time, like it was nothing. He sticks with it, puzzle solving with the same info other vets had, but he solved the issue.

After thoroughly examining all the tests other vets had given, and the ingredients of different foods my cat ate, Dr. Morris was able to isolate an allergy to a commen ingredient of foods other vets had recommended, that was making my cat sick. My old cat is happily eating his new food, with the help of a little tummy medication - he is happy, healthy and cruisin again after 2 yrs of misdiagnosis! SF Hospital web site has some great links and info too. Run, don't walk to this hospital, they are fantastic!

Pros: Reasonable Pricing, Great and friendly staff, super sensative to animals, GREAT VET!

Cons: Location is off the beaten path a bit, parking takes a minute or to, but it's completely worth it!

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I went with a good friend of mine to take her 2 new kitties to get dewormed and shots at San Francisco Pet Hospital. The appointment went fast for 2 animals. The techs were extremely nice and helpful. If this hospital wasn't so far aways from me, I would take my pets here too.

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★★★★☆

I went with a good friend of mine to take her 2 new kitties to get dewormed and shots at San Francisco Pet Hospital. The appointment went fast for 2 animals. The techs were extremely nice and helpful. If this hospital wasn't so far aways from me, I would take my pets here too.

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My dogs have been treated like family for the 6+ years we've been going to this fantastic vet. Dr. Morris is absolutely great and always takes the time to discuss the various treatment options. His staff is professional, courteous, and kind.

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★★★★★

My dogs have been treated like family for the 6+ years we've been going to this fantastic vet. Dr. Morris is absolutely great and always takes the time to discuss the various treatment options. His staff is professional, courteous, and kind.

Pros: great staff, good prices

Cons: parking, no weekend hours

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I called San Francisco Pet Hospital a few weeks ago when my pet rabbit was sick, and although they told me that they could not help her, I was able to get recommendations for good rabbit hospitals in the area (this was done over the phone). The person who was assisting me seemed genuinely concerned about my pet, and that really touched me. My rabbit thanks the San Francisco Pet Hospital.

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I called San Francisco Pet Hospital a few weeks ago when my pet rabbit was sick, and although they told me that they could not help her, I was able to get recommendations for good rabbit hospitals in the area (this was done over the phone). The person who was assisting me seemed genuinely concerned about my pet, and that really touched me. My rabbit thanks the San Francisco Pet Hospital.

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I had to go to San Francisco Pet Hospital when my Pekinese, Chaka Cubra, got sick with some sort of stomach worms. It came on sort of suddenly and I got worried, so I drove down to the nearest vet, which happened to be the San Francisco Pet Hospital. Not only did they cure Chaka, I was in and out in like two hours. I would definitely recommend this place.

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I had to go to San Francisco Pet Hospital when my Pekinese, Chaka Cubra, got sick with some sort of stomach worms. It came on sort of suddenly and I got worried, so I drove down to the nearest vet, which happened to be the San Francisco Pet Hospital. Not only did they cure Chaka, I was in and out in like two hours. I would definitely recommend this place.

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I lost my lab two years ago after having her for nearly 13 years all spend with the absolutely delightful Dr. Morris and his wonderful staff. This lab could find trouble like no ones business including swallowing a sewing needle and three fox tails up her nose as well as the usual weight problems, flea problem etc. The last six months of her life we spent fighting cancer. It would have been a totally differnt experience without this remarkable Dr Morris and his staff. If you are lucky enough to become his patient or your pet is lucky enough- grab the chance. He is the most impressive medical person I have ever met.

PROS: excellent doctoring & an obvious understanding of animals
CONS: no parking

5
★★★★★

I lost my lab two years ago after having her for nearly 13 years all spend with the absolutely delightful Dr. Morris and his wonderful staff. This lab could find trouble like no ones business including swallowing a sewing needle and three fox tails up her nose as well as the usual weight problems, flea problem etc. The last six months of her life we spent fighting cancer. It would have been a totally differnt experience without this remarkable Dr Morris and his staff. If you are lucky enough to become his patient or your pet is lucky enough- grab the chance. He is the most impressive medical person I have ever met.

PROS: excellent doctoring & an obvious understanding of animals
CONS: no parking

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This pet hospital provides exemplary care for your pets coupled with a deep and authentic care for their well being. Service is affordable and considerate with vetrenary care being the priority. Pets are followed with loving service.

PROS:
CONS: professional care, concern, warmth

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This pet hospital provides exemplary care for your pets coupled with a deep and authentic care for their well being. Service is affordable and considerate with vetrenary care being the priority. Pets are followed with loving service.

PROS:
CONS: professional care, concern, warmth

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First off, the listing is incorrect -- the address is 1371 Fulton, not 371.

When I ended up on this side of the bay, living with other animal lovers, they recommended their vet. Since I didn't have a car to get to the last vet I'd used, wonderful as that practice was, I figured "might as well".

Sometimes that's a case of "you get what you settle for", but this wasn't one of those times. Dr. Lee Morris has helped me through a diabetic cat, and some routine care, and his associate, Dr. Robert Leyba, is working on a respiratory problem now, as my 13-year-old snurks and snuffles alarmingly. (When I noticed a black spot around one of her teats, the diagnosis (benign is a BEAUTIFUL word) was almost quick enough to save my guts.) When it was time to stop fighting for Mr. Nougato, the answer to my stock question ("What would you do if it was YOUR cat?") was quick, unequivocal, and touched with the sadness we all feel when the only answer is "time for The Shot".

First time I was there, I was impressed at how Dr. Morris chipped Nougie by squirting a little spraycheese on one of his forepaws, and sliding the needle in while his attention was Elsewhere. Then, a little later, he delighted me again when it was time to chip Rhiannon, who's not as food-oriented, and instead he scruffed her, slid her and the towel she was standing on smoothly forward on the polished table, and popped the chip in while she was performing the "what the ...." expression. When I learn two good animal management tricks in the first visit to a vet, I KNOW it's not about settling for a nearby practice. (And when, a while later, it became necessary to convince Mr. Nougato that he was going to allow me to inject him twice a day, the tricks paid off even more! Took a while to get us to where he'd just stay on my lap and let me do what needed done.)

One of the things I like best about this practice is that, when Nougs was diagnosed, they told me about the feline diabetes message board, recommended

PROS: Good people who also happen to be good vets!
CONS: I'm not rich enough to put 'em on my staff .

5
★★★★★

First off, the listing is incorrect -- the address is 1371 Fulton, not 371.

When I ended up on this side of the bay, living with other animal lovers, they recommended their vet. Since I didn't have a car to get to the last vet I'd used, wonderful as that practice was, I figured "might as well".

Sometimes that's a case of "you get what you settle for", but this wasn't one of those times. Dr. Lee Morris has helped me through a diabetic cat, and some routine care, and his associate, Dr. Robert Leyba, is working on a respiratory problem now, as my 13-year-old snurks and snuffles alarmingly. (When I noticed a black spot around one of her teats, the diagnosis (benign is a BEAUTIFUL word) was almost quick enough to save my guts.) When it was time to stop fighting for Mr. Nougato, the answer to my stock question ("What would you do if it was YOUR cat?") was quick, unequivocal, and touched with the sadness we all feel when the only answer is "time for The Shot".

First time I was there, I was impressed at how Dr. Morris chipped Nougie by squirting a little spraycheese on one of his forepaws, and sliding the needle in while his attention was Elsewhere. Then, a little later, he delighted me again when it was time to chip Rhiannon, who's not as food-oriented, and instead he scruffed her, slid her and the towel she was standing on smoothly forward on the polished table, and popped the chip in while she was performing the "what the ...." expression. When I learn two good animal management tricks in the first visit to a vet, I KNOW it's not about settling for a nearby practice. (And when, a while later, it became necessary to convince Mr. Nougato that he was going to allow me to inject him twice a day, the tricks paid off even more! Took a while to get us to where he'd just stay on my lap and let me do what needed done.)

One of the things I like best about this practice is that, when Nougs was diagnosed, they told me about the feline diabetes message board, recommended

PROS: Good people who also happen to be good vets!
CONS: I'm not rich enough to put 'em on my staff <grin>.

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