233 W. Michigan Ave., Clinton, MI 49236


There are occasions when just an examination isn’t enough to determine why your pet is feeling ill. This is when we use our diagnostic tools, which will provide detailed information about your pet, allowing us to treat him/her in the quickest and most effective way possible.

These diagnostic tools include:

  • Radiography (X-ray)
  • Complete in-house laboratory
  • Intestinal parasite screening
  • Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasma testing
  • FELV/FIV testing
  • Fungal cultures
  • Blood pressures
  • Cytology

While we offer a wide variety of tests in the clinic, there are some that need to be sent out to outside laboratories. That’s why we partner with these laboratories to offer a large variety of testing to meet the needs of all of our patients. You can be assured that the testing we send out will be quick and accurate so we can help better treat your pet.

Feline Fine - 5 habits that positively impact the health of your cat


Cats are wonderful pets; in fact, over 25% of US households share their home with a feline companion, according to the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). They’re cute, cuddly, comical, and provide delightful companionship! But there are some things you will want to keep in mind to keep your cat's health in tip-top shape. Since August 22 is National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day, we're sharing 5 habits that positively impact the health of your cat!


Make the Most of This Summer: Safety Tips


Summer is the best season to be a dog! The sunshine and great weather lead to endless possibilities of fun outdoor activities. From doggie paddling on a beach summer vacation to leaping through the woods, summer is dog-gone fun!


Pet Safety in Warmer Temperatures


As a pet owner, you look forward to the warmer spring weather because it means you can finally spend more time outdoors with your furry friend. Unfortunately, it also means more exposure to environmental hazards for your dog or cat. This requires awareness of these dangers and active steps on your part to help your pet avoid them.