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We are OPEN and conducting “Curbside Consults”


We are OPEN and conducting “Curbside Consults” as recommended by veterinary professional organizations. We are committed to reducing the spread of COVID-19 while remaining open to serve the community. At this time, we are continuing to see both healthy and sick pets as well as performing surgical procedures. How do our “Curbside Consults” work? Arrive … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, Dog Care

Senior Cat Care


Did you know that the average age of a pet cat is about 13 to 17 years? However, it’s not uncommon for our feline pals to live much longer than that. With good care, Fluffy may live to be well over 20! As your kitty ages, you’ll start to see some gradual changes. She’ll also … Read More »

9 Reasons to Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig


March is Adopt A Rescued Guinea Pig Month! These little furballs make very cute and lovable pets. A Auburn Hills, MI vet lists some reasons to adopt a rescued cavy below. They’re Adorable First and foremost, Guinea pigs are really super cute. You may be surprised at how entertaining these little guys can be! Easy … Read More »

Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day


Did you know that one of Fido’s favorite holidays is around the corner? February 23rd is Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day! If there’s one thing all our canine patients have in common, it’s a love of treats. (Dogs are also pretty fond of toys, belly rubs, and car rides, but that’s another topic.) Read on as … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

9 Reasons to Consider a Reptilian Pet


Are you looking for a pet that is a bit unique? You may want to consider a reptile. While reptiles may not be right for everyone, they do have some very dedicated fans. As it turns out, they have some very wonderful and unique qualities that really do make them wonderful pets. An Auburn Hills, … Read More »

4 Ways To Keep Your Bunny Healthy


Have you recently adopted a bunny? Rabbits are very fun and adorable little pets. Of course, caring for rabbits is quite different than caring for dogs and cats. Your pet’s basic needs are fairly simple. Floppy will need a comfy cage, a good diet, and lots of fresh grass hay. However, good bunny care doesn’t … Read More »

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