Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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Call us immediately at (269) 684-4269 or come directly to our facility.
What happens after I arrive with my pet?
Upon arrival at our hospital, your pet will be assessed, a history will be obtained, and the veterinarian will perform a thorough exam before making recommendations for treatment. A treatment plan will be discussed with you at this time, and we will do our best to work within the budget you have established for your pet’s needs.
What is an emergency?
If you are concerned about your pet, you should never hesitate to call us or come directly to our facility (click here for map and directions).
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