18790 Middlebelt Rd

Livonia, MI 48152 US

(248) 615-7670

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Services from Our Veterinarian in LivoniaPet care services at sheehy animal hospital in Livonia, MI

Sheehy Animal Hospital offers a full range of services to help your pet thrive. Our veterinarian in Livonia, Dr. Sharon Sheehy, can provide:

Exotic Pet Care

Our services aren't limited to caring for traditional pets such as cats and dogs. Our Livonia veterinarian can treat a wide range of exotic animals and pocket pets, so bring your entire menagerie to Sheehy Animal Hospital!

Online Pharmacy

You don't have to make a separate trip to the pet store to get the medicines your pet needs. Simply visit our online pharmacy, where you'll find a wide range of top-quality veterinary products for convenient ordering.

Wellness Exams

Regular wellness exams are the cornerstone of a healthy life for your pet. Our veterinarian in Livonia will run lab tests, check vital signs, inspect your pet's skin/eyes/ears and chat with you about any ongoing concerns you may have about caring for your pet at home. 

Dental Care

We offer annual exams to check for oral cancer, tooth problems and periodontal disease, which strikes the majority of adult pets and can lead to tooth loss if undetected and untreated. Our deep cleanings under anesthesia can go a long way toward preventing periodontal disease.

Pest/Parasite Prevention

Pests and parasites are a constant threat to your pet's well being by causing and/or transmitting serious diseases. Our Livonia animal hospital can help eliminate this danger through preventative medications that ward off fleas, ticks, worms and other unwelcome visitors.


Pets need help acquiring immunity against deadly infectious diseases. Our animal hospital in Livonia routinely administers core vaccinations against rabies, distemper and other known threats. We also let you know when boost shots are needed.


A tiny RFID chip implanted under the skin can enable shelter workers to identify your pet with a scanning device. The chip transmits a unique ID number listed with a pet registry service. 

Spay/Neuter Surgery

Our spay/neuter surgery slashes your pet's cancer risk by removing the danger or reproductive cancers. It also ensures that you won't end up with more pets than you can handle!

Internal Medicine

If your pet has an internal problem, we can detect it through sophisticated diagnostic techniques and perform the appropriate treatment, from prescribing medicines to performing surgery.

Orthopedic Surgery

Turn to our animal hospital in Livonia for veterinary orthopedic surgery. We can repair damaged or disease joints and fractured bones.

Surgical Laser Therapy

Laser therapy uses harmless laser light to speed healing of injured tissues and relieve pain and inflammation. It's a great tool for both acute and chronic issues. This means less swelling, less bleeding, and less pain! 

Schedule Services from Our Livonia Veterinarian

Call (248) 615-7670 to schedule services from our Livonia veterinarian. You and your pet will be glad you did!

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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