This year the beneficiary is the Lacasa Center.
We will be closed on Thanksgiving. We'll reopen at 8am on Friday, November 24th.
No cases have been reported yet in Michigan, as far as we know
Primary Care will be open both days, 8am-2pm.
We had a great time at Olson Dog Park last week for the "Howl-a-ween" party.
Bring your pup to Olson Dog Park for the Howl-A-Ween party on Thursday, October 26th, from 4-6pm! Ann Arbor Animal Hospital will have a booth there and we'll be handing out coupons for both new and established clients.
OA can affect dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. Have you noticed changes in your dog's activity and behavior?
September 28 is World Rabies Day. Be sure to have all of your dogs and cats vaccinated!
They're delicious to us, but potentially dangerous for your dog!
Summer is great, but our furry friends may face some familiar dangers. Here are some summer safety tips for pets from Ann Arbor Animal Hospital.
As we gather together with friends and family in the coming days and weeks of summer, let’s remember a few things to keep our pets safe.
Independence Day can be the highlight of the summer for us, but for pets—especially anxious ones—it can be terrifying. Read on for ideas one how to help them!
Protect your pet from summertime parasites with Heartgard and NexGard, and be entered into our raffle for summertime prizes!
We are not able to pre-fill prescriptions for controlled substances, so they must be picked up from our front desk.
If you suspect your cat may have ingested any part of a lily, it is imperative that you take it to a veterinarian immediately for emergency care, and tell the vet of your suspicions. If caught in time, the problems can be arrested and renal function restored; if not, permanent kidney damage can result and death becomes likely.
From minor boo-boos to serious injuries, Ann Arbor Animal Hospital's Emergency team is available to meet your pet's urgent care and emergency needs, every day.
With great sadness, we're saying goodbye to our ER Service. Our Primary and Urgent Care services will continue to provide patients with the best care possible!
An icy February is the perfect time to look back on a peaceful time on the Huron River last summer!
Have your thought about your pet's teeth lately? If it's been a while since your pet had a checkup, now's the time! Pet Dental Health Month is every February.
Many people don't know that many topical medications for humans can be dangerous or deadly for our furry friends. As with most bad things, prevention is the best medicine!