Our Services

We are a comprehensive veterinary hospital for dogs and cats. We provide many aspects of veterinary services to help ensure your pet’s quality health.

Exceptional Care in New Lenox, IL

Please take a look at our offered services below. You can click on a service to view more in-depth information. If you have any questions about our services, please feel free to contact us!


Our doctors are caring, informative, and experienced and stay up-to-date with current advancements in veterinary medicine. This allows our doctors to best help you and your pet.

Puppy and Kitten Packages

We offer puppy and kitten packages for your new furry family members. We want to make sure your new addition stays healthy and safe. These packages can save you 15%!

Puppy Care

The almost everything guide to puppy training – or at least trying to get you off on the right paw. We offer guides on crate training, potty training, and obedience training.

Feline Care

Cats also need annual physical exams! Cats have a tendency to hide their problems, making early detection of disease more difficult.


The clinic has a fully equipped surgical suite, including laser surgery. Routine soft tissue, as well as orthopedic surgeries, are performed.

Dental Care

Dogs and cats need dental care, too! Dental hygiene is just as important to your pet’s overall health as things like nutrition, proper exercise, and routine grooming.

Wellness and Preventative Care

Depending on your pet’s lifestyle, age, or breed, we will recommend appropriate preventive vaccinations, testing, parasite detection, and prevention recommendations.

Parasite Prevention

Parasites can have an effect on your pet in a short time. If your pet has been infected with a parasite, early detection and treatment are paramount.

Weight Management

What is your pet’s BCS, and why should you care? Overweight and/or obese pets will have more health issues such as joint issues, respiratory difficulties, diabetes, and a variety of other medical issues.

Pet Loss and Grief

Losing a pet can be as traumatic as losing a family member because, in many cases, that’s what they are. It’s natural to have feelings of sadness, and it takes time to overcome them.