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Your Pet's Best Friend.

General Info
Best Friends Animal Hospital, located in Grayslake, IL, is a full service veterinary hospital providing care to animals throughout Lake County. Our services are available for dogs, cats, exotic pets, rodents, rabbits, ferrets, and other small mammals. Our friendly, caring staff understands that your pet is a member of the family. We'll always treat your pet with gentle care and compassion, and we'll make sure every appointment and procedure is as stress-free as possible. With us, you get the most advanced medical services available and the most trustworthy, loving staff around. At Best Friends Animal Hospital, we treat your pet like our own! Services we offer include: Physical exams, Vaccinations, Heartworm testing, Microchipping, Spaying and neutering, Surgical procedures. Other services we offer include complete preventative care, nutritional and behavioral guidance, dental cleanings and extractions, cyst and lump removal, gastrointestinal surgeries, bladder and urinary tract procedures, and adrenal surgeries. We also offer complete laboratory services, such as x-rays, intestinal parasite testing, diagnostic blood tests, and tissue testing. If your pet ever suffers from an issue that is beyond the scope of our hospital, we have an extensive referral network in the area. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Best Friends Animal Hospital today.
BBB Rating
A+
BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.
Hours
Regular Hours
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Tue - Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Extra Phones

Fax: (847) 548-2641

Services/Products
  • Reptiles
  • 24 Hour Animal Hospital
  • Vaccinations
  • Boarding
  • Cat Veterinarians
  • Rabbits
  • Heartworm Treatment
  • Ear Cropping
  • Endoscopy
  • Exotic Pets
  • Grooming
  • Cats
  • Fish
  • Birds
  • Small Pets
  • Animal Health Supplies
Payment method
amex, check, debit, discover, master card, visa
Neighborhood
Chesapeake Farms
Social Links
Categories
Pet Training, Pet Services, Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Specialties: Felines, Bunnies, Mammals, Ferrets, Pocket Pets, Puppies, Cats, Dogs, Doggies, Rabbits, Kittens, Canines, Small Animals

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Tammy G.

06/21/2017

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I have been taking my Beagle here since 2006. Very caring staff and Vets. They have saved my dogs life by immediately finding her bladder stones and dealing with her seizures. My fur baby is one lucky girl to have such caring doctors. I also adopted my second Beagle from their Good Sams adoption program. Another dog who had issues which they fully addressed before the adoption. I could not ask for better care for my Beagles

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Patty P.

11/27/2015

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They have been taking care of my pets since 1997. There are multiple veterinarians on staff so they can consult with each other on difficult cases.

I have always felt they really care about each and every pet they have taken care of over the years.

Mercedes W.

07/24/2015

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I wish I could give them zero stars. My poor dog, was brought here for what we thought was a UTI. They ran a urine analysis and used the exact words "It is pretty nasty and there is blood in her urine" and then gave us antibiotics. Before we even finished the first round, she was right back to the where she was (urinating several times & whining when she peed). My husband returned and they ran another urine analysis, only to find yet again there was blood in her urine, gave us the EXACT same antibiotics. She seemed better after finishing them and we headed to visit my parents 12 hours away, as soon as we got here she started peeing what looked to be 95% blood. Thankfully my parents had a vet and they got her in immediately and ran some X-rays and found bladder stones, several and large. She had to go into surgery to get them removed. Had they done something other than shoving antibiotics after antibiotics down her throat maybe they would have caught them before.. I will NEVER recommend this vet to anyone or be returning.