About your Visit
To make an appointment -
Please call ahead for an appointment. You
can reach us during our open
hours. By appointment only.
When you call us-
Keep a calender close by.
Be prepared to answer some of the following
-Your first and last name, and your pets
-Some information about you pet: Cat/Dog,
what breed, color, date of birth or approximate
-Why your pet needs to be seen. For example:
vaccines, heartworm test, nailtrim, ear
-Vaccine/Heartworm test visit: if
you are bringing us a new patient, please
remember to bring a record of your pet's
previous vaccines and medical history. This
will help us to understand what your pet
needs in a more efficient manner.
- Your pet is sick:
--What are the symptoms? For how long?
--Any vomiting or diarrhea?
--Any coughing or sneezing?
--Is your pet on any medications we need
to know about?
Sometimes, if we believe your pet
might be contagious to other animals, we
might ask you to leave your pet in the car
while you check in with our receptionists.
This is to minimize the risk of exposure
to other animals visiting our hospital.
We appreciate your help.
If you have an emergency while we are closed-
Phone: (313) 389-1700
Address: 15220 Southfield Road, Allen Park MI 48101
Emergency Center (Novi)
Phone: (248) 348-1788
Address: 24360 Novi Rd. Novi, MI 48375
Emergency Center (Rochester)
Phone: (248) 651-1788
Address: 265 E. 2nd Street Rochester, MI
Veterinary Services -West
Phone: (734) 207-8500
Address: 40850 Ann Arbor Rd. Plymouth, Mi
Veterinary Specialists (Southfield)
Phone: (248) 354-6660
Address: 29080 Inkster Rd, Southfiled, MI
The best care and treatment is what you
will recieve with us.
Compassionate, well educated staff and advanced
equipment and tools, helps us give the very
best quality treatment and care for our
patients. We have our own lab which makes
it possible for us to get fast and reliable
results of the various samples we take,
and we can also take diagnostic x-rays.