18790 Middlebelt Rd

Livonia, MI 48152 US

(248) 615-7670

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Comprehensive Vet Care

Being a pet parent is often overwhelming once you learn all of the ways you need to care for your beloved family member. That is why Sheehy Animal Hospital in Livonia is dedicated to providing complete veterinary care for our patients. Our loving, compassionate team wants to collaborate with you on the best course of action to make certain your fur baby stays healthy and happy. 


What We Do

Sheehy Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinarian. This means that we offer most services within our office so you don't need to go to multiple locations. Here is a list of our services:

  • Wellness care is a vital part of your pet's long life. Our preventative care services include routine exams, vaccines, treatment to combat fleas, ticks, and heartworm infestations. We can also advise you on the proper nutrition and supplements, if necessary.
  • Specialty services such as allergy treatment, dermatology, internal medicine, laser therapy, and in-house diagnostics.
  • Pet surgeries including spay, neuter, and orthopedic. Sheehy Animal Hospital also offers microchipping.
  • Ultrasound testing is a pain-free, harmless way to see what is going on inside your pet. If your fur baby is showing signs of being ill, has unusual bloodwork results, is pregnant or has a suspected mass, ultrasound is the proper choice to pinpoint problems.
  • Pets can suffer from heat stroke, just like people. Heat stroke can be a dangerous condition for any mammal so proper treatment is key to recovery.
  • Hip dysplasia can be painful and debilitating. There are some answers but only a veterinarian can advise you on this condition.
  • Senior pets have a unique set of needs. Knowing what those needs are is imperative as a pet owner. Sheehy Animal Hospital in Livonia will put together a plan to ensure your beloved family member gets everything he/she needs for quality senior living.
  • We also do exotic pet care. Rabbits, reptiles, hamsters and birds need veterinary care just like other domesticated animals.
  • Veterinary dentistry consists of cleaning, extraction, filing, repairs and accessing oral health. Dental problems, if left untreated, can result in other health problems. 
  • We know you can't always take your pet with you when you go out of town. We provide pet boarding to give your pet a comfortable, loving atmosphere while you are away.

If you are looking for a comprehensive veterinarian, Sheehy Animal Hospital can provide the vet care your pet needs. We are conveniently located in Livonia and are open extended hours to fit your schedule. Call us today to make an appointment: (248) 206-3030.

Exclusive Offer

New clients receive $20 OFF first exam!

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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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