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  • Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats Prevent Your Pet from Overheating
    How to Prevent Your Cats & Dogs From Overheating Summer is fast approaching, and across the United States, the weather will be warming. If you’ve been looking forward to some hot Read more
  • Allergies and Ear Infections
    Vet Care For Allergies and Ear Infections Allergies and ear infections are major problems for cats, dogs, and other animals. Fortunately, treatment for allergies and ear infections can provide your pets Read more
  • How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet
    How to Prepare for Your First Road Trip with Your Pet With spring fast approaching, you may be considering a road trip with your canine companion. If this is a first Read more
  • Core Canine and Feline Vaccinations
    Vaccinating Your Dog or Cat When your pets are young, it may seem like they are getting vaccines every other month. However, as they grow older, your pets can wait longer Read more
  • Senior Pet Wellness FAQ
    Senior Pet Wellness Care FAQs Pets live longer today than they ever have before because of better veterinary care and more knowledge about proper dietary habits. However, this is introduced the Read more
  • Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats
    Prevent Your Pet from Overheating Heatstroke is a severe condition that can lead to organ failure or even death in pets. At Sheehy Animal Hospital in Livonia, we provide heat stroke Read more
  • How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet
    How to Prepare for Your First Road Trip with Your Pet If you plan to take a road trip with you and your pet, it is essential to be completely prepared Read more
  • Flea and Tick Prevention
    Flea and Tick Prevention When your pet has an infestation of fleas or ticks, it can be a serious problem for his health. If your pet has fleas or ticks, or Read more
  • Signs of Arthritis in Pets
    Signs of Arthritis in Pets Arthritis in pets is a serious issue that affects far too many of our furry friends. Veterinarians can help alleviate some of the pain associated with Read more
  • Holiday Dangers for Your Pet
    Holiday Dangers for Your Pet If you are like most people, you include your furry friends in your holiday celebrations — after all, they're part of the family. However, your Read more
  • Caring For Your Geriatric Pet
    Caring for Your Geriatric Pet As pet owners, we do everything we can to make sure our pets live long and healthy lives. Our furry friends are members of our family Read more
  • New Puppy? What to do first
    New Puppy? What You Should Do First When you are bringing home a new puppy, you probably have many plans for snuggles and park playtimes. There are many details and logistics Read more
  • Importance of an Annual Pet Exam
    Importance of an Annual Pet Exam Your pets are part of your family. You want to make sure they have a long and healthy life. They cannot make their own decisions Read more
  • Things All Cat Owners Should Know
    Things All Cat Owners Should Know If you are a new cat owner, you are most likely excited about caring for your new pet and having him as a companion. It Read more
  • How Safe is Pet Anesthesia
    How Safe Is Pet Anesthesia? You care about your pet. With as much loyalty and love as your pet gives you, you want to make sure that your pet is safe Read more
  • Signs Your Pet Has Allergies
    Symptoms and Signs Your Pet has Allergies Did you know that many pets suffer from allergies? Unfortunately, it is not just us humans who get seasonal sniffles. Dogs, cats, and other Read more

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Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

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Friday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

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  • "I love this veterinary clinic. Dr. Sheehy and staff are all friendly and seem to take pride in their jobs. I enjoy taking my three rats there and would recommend them to everyone I know."
    Cheyenne H / Livonia, MI

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