Our Veterinary Services in Yorkville, IL
As a full-service animal hospital here in Yorkville, we can accommodate virtually all of your pet’s needs, from one life stage to the next. Click on any of our services listed below for more information.
Wellness & Prevention
To ensure your pet stays healthy throughout their life, they need to see us for routine wellness exams. We can offer them important protection against parasites, bacterial infections and viral diseases.
Our therapeutic laser can relieve your pet’s pain, reduce inflammation, and help heal a variety of conditions.
Vaccinations equip your pet with the necessary immunity for resisting various diseases, including rabies, leukemia, influenza, and parvo.
Rashes, dandruff and itchy skin, oh my! We can diagnose and treat many different skin conditions, whether they’re associated with allergies or ectoparasites like fleas, ticks and mites.
Your pet’s oral health is the key to their overall health, which is why it’s vital to implement smart dental habits at home and have your pet’s teeth cleaned professionally when recommended.
Boarding & Daycare
Whether your pet needs a place to stay for a week or just half a day, we can easily accommodate them thanks to our boarding and daycare services. Your pet is in good hands!
For a full health evaluation or to identify the cause of your pet’s illness, we can find answers with our cutting-edge diagnostic tools.
Whether your pet needs a bath, a nail trim or an ear cleaning, we can do all of that and more with our grooming services.
Surgery & Orthopedics
Our veterinarians are highly-trained and qualified to perform soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries as preventive or corrective procedures.
Are you an experienced breeder in need of advice or treatment for your animals? Faced with a surprise pet pregnancy? We’re here to help.
If your pet is having an emergency, we can provide urgent care and advice during our regular office hours.
Spay & Neuter
To help your pet stay healthy and prevent the possibility of an unexpected pregnancy, we may recommend having them spayed or neutered.