At Sheehy Animal Hospital your pet’s well-being is important to us too. As an animal hospital in Livonia, we cater to your traditional pets as well as to your more nontraditional types this includes pocket pets. The results are that our routine veterinary exams are extensive and thorough. This is because we listen to our patients to make sure your family friend has the best care possible for a good healthy life.
At our veterinary clinic, we provide total health care for your pet furry or scaly all in one spot from vaccinations to pet boarding and all in between. This includes:
Not merely do we help with keeping your pet healthy, we also inform you on how to keep them that way by incorporating you the owner with proper facts from fiction advice, nutrition advice. Notably, if you are concerned your pet has put on the pounds. We help keep your animal healthy at every stage of their lives from young to old. We offer articles and brochures to guides you to perfect health knowledge aimed just for your animal.
Few veterinarian clinics or hospitals cater to exotic pets. Here at Sheehy Animal Hospital, we do. Nobody wants a sick pet no matter what their size or species, so when a health concern rises in your pet select your choice, your local Livonia Animal Hospital. The staff at Sheehy Animal Hospital would love you meet you and your furry or winged pet. Whether it is solely for a routine checkup or medical surgery, it is good to know your pet is in the best hands with us. We can handle:
Still, have questions? The staff here is always open to answer your questions and concerns.
Reach us by phone at 502—893-0063, or online to schedule your appointment today. Find out why we are your leading Livonia animal hospital (we serve also in Canton and Dearborn).
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