Wyandotte Animal Hospital
4448 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, MI 48192
The Best Care for Your Best Friend
The most important step toward a long and happy life for your pet is preventive health care. We recommend twice a year wellness exams and annual blood work. This helps your veterinarian diagnose, treat, and even prevent health problems before it becomes a life-threatening condition.
To keep your best friend in the best of health we also recommend annual vaccinations, intestinal parasite testing, heartworm testing and year round prevention, flea and tick prevention as well as good dental hygiene.
Also, spaying and neutering your pet has positive health benefits in addition to helping control the number of unwanted, homeless pets.
Our goal at Wyandotte Animal Hospital is to help you help your pet live a quality, happy, healthy life.
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Business Fax: (734) 284-6366
Dr. Paul Crawshaw, Owner
Dr. Steven Poindexter, Associate Veterinarian
We offer our clients 24/7 online access to their pet's medical history through our online Pet Portal service. It's free and signing up is easy...just click the link on our wesbsite to set up your account. Our Pet Portals also offer pet health care guides, online shopping, and even appointment and prescription requests. This service is exclusive to clients of Wyandotte Animal Hospital.
Wyandotte Animal Hospital is located on Biddle Ave. near Pennsylvania Road.
Southern Wayne County Chamber
Specialties: Felines, Bunnies, Conventional Medicine, Dermatology, Rabbits, Doggies, Kittens, Dentistry, Canines, Orthopedic Surgery, General Medicine, General Practice, Skin Care, General Care, Puppies, Ferrets, Cats, Dogs, Traditional Medicine
This is the best veterinarian facility downriver! Everybody there is professional, friendly and make you feel like you're a family member. They knew how much I loved my cat and when the time came to say good-bye, Dr. Crawshaw and his staff made it a little easier to do what was best for my Tigger Lee. When I get another pet, I will be taking him or her here.
04/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
i'll tell you the first time i took my dog there was a little to late, because after a lot of time and money spend she finally died, but the took the best of care for her while she had to spend some time there.i could see that they love her just the way they cared for her. doctor crawshaw is the best doctor that i know. i will go back a million times. i ha ve a new dog and am taking her in ti day, the have a bathday on wedesday