Pets We Care For
- Guinea Pigs
"Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem."
Please contact the following for pet emergencies after office hours:
Auburn Hills 248-371-3713
Keep your pets on a healthy path with preventative care.
Types of preventative care:
- Yearly physical exams with vaccines as determined by risk assessment
- Bi-yearly fecal exams for internal parasites
- Yearly heartworm blood work and prevention
- Bi-yearly geriatric blood profiling (over 7 years old)
- B-yearly geriatric urinalysis testing (over 7 years old)
- Bi-yearly dental exams
- Nutritional counseling
- External parasite control
We understand the special needs of your senior pet. Certain aspects of their geriatric care should be changed in order to ensure continued good health and happiness.
Animal Health Clinic offers senior wellness profiles tailored to your aging pets' specific needs. Call 810-629-9882 for more information and an appointment.
spaying and neutering
Spaying or neutering your pets has many benefits, one of which is decreased risk of certain types of cancer. Spaying and neutering also reduces some unwanted behaviors that intact animals may exhibit. Animal Health Clinic offers this service Monday - Friday. Please call 810-629-9882 for more information.
Our veterinarians can prescribe the best diet for your pet's health. We carry Hill's, Purina, and Royal Canin prescription diets.
Dr. Sandy Smith and Dr. Angela Kvasnica has the training and experience necessary for intensive care situations.
We have the following equipment to assist with your pet's care:
- Pulse Oximetry
- Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Warming Blanket
- Isolation Room
Kitten & Puppy Programs
Did you recently add a new kitten or puppy to your family? Get them off to the best possible start with Animal Health Clinic's special kitten and puppy health programs. These plans include physical exams, important testing, vaccines, fecal exams, and deworming. Call 810-629-9882 or click below on the specified form below for more details.
Permanent Pet Identification
Microchipping is a permanent identification system for your pets. A small implant, a little larger than a grain of rice, is placed under the skin in the animal's shoulder area. The microchip can be read by a scanner and will be traceable back to you. We offer Datamars Micro chipping. Click on this link for more information about the Datamars Pet ID microchip.
Call 810-629-9882 or ask our staff for more information on this important service.