Preventive Care & Wellness Exams in Toledo, OH

At West Suburban Animal Hospital, we offer the latest in diagnostic and preventive health care, as well as routine treatment for every stage of your furry family member’s life. Our spacious facility, designed with the comfort of our patients and clients in mind, is fully equipped to handle all of your pet’s veterinary needs.

We cover all areas of internal medicine, including cardiology, ophthalmology, neurology, dermatology, oncology, endocrinology, and others.

Stay on top of your pet’s preventive care with our wellness packages!

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Regular examinations keep your pet healthy. Our veterinarians recommend that all pets undergo a complete wellness exam at least once a year. A complete “nose-to-tail” examination allows our doctors to develop a comprehensive health profile for your pet. This information will aid us in future treatment of your pet and help us identify medical problems at an early stage, before they develop into serious conditions that are difficult and expensive to treat.

We determine and maintain your pet’s baseline health with:

  • Physical exams
  • Comprehensive blood work
  • Fecal exams
  • Parasite prevention
  • Vaccinations
  • Nutritional counseling
  • And more

Did you know that as your pet ages, their veterinary medical care needs change? Most pets are considered to be "seniors" between the ages of six and seven. At West Suburban Animal Hospital, we strive to provide complete care for all older cats and dogs. Wellness examinations, blood work, and dietary counseling are a few ways we can help keep your senior pet happy and healthy. Next time you are in, ask about our senior wellness exams and vaccine packages that are available for elderly pets.

Some pets require special food, and all pets benefit from a balanced diet. Our trained and certified staff is available to help you choose the right diet for your pet to keep him or her happy, healthy and active. 

The microchip is the most widely-recommended pet identification device. It is a tiny device which is implanted with a needle much like administering an injection. This chip provides a LIFETIME OF PROTECTION for your pet. Local animal shelters and vet hospitals are checking stray animals for this device every day; it could save your pet’s life.

The ideal time to implant one of these microchips is while your pet is anesthetized for surgery.

 

 

Veterinary patients feel pain and discomfort under the same circumstances as people do. We know that recognizing and alleviating pain in animals is the essence of good patient care. 

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