Veterinary Care from a Team You Can Count On
At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we offer a broad range of veterinary services to meet your pet's needs so they can lead long, happy, healthy lives! Our services include, but are not limited to:
Immunization and Wellness Care
While some illnesses can't be predicted, many of them can be prevented. Georgetown Animal Hospital offers wellness programs with positive incentives for both pets and pet owners. Our wellness programs include intestinal parasite testing, heartworm and flea control, vaccinations, spay and neuter packages, and specialized blood tests for all life stages.
With a state-of-the-art facility, Georgetown Animal Hospital offers advanced surgical and post-surgical care. All pets require pre-anesthetic blood testing to ensure their ability to undergo anesthesia.
At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we provide orthopedic surgery to correct cruciate tears, luxating patellas, and femoral head osteotomies. Our compassionate veterinarians and technicians will evaluate your pet's needs and then walk you through the process, from diagnosis, to recovery.
Seeing your pet suffer from separation anxiety or obsessive behavior can be stressful. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we'll get to know your pet, form a diagnosis, and then develop a specialized treatment plan to meet their needs.
Emergency and Critical Care
When it comes to your pet's life, we understand that every moment counts. Georgetown Animal Hospital has the knowledge, experience and equipment needed to care for your furry family member in a medical emergency during regular business hours. For non-business hours, we work with a local emergency center.
A time comes when we have to let go of our four-legged friends, and we understand that it isn't easy. Our caring and compassionate staff will work with you to provide your pet with warmth and comfort. We're always here to answer your questions and to discuss home burial or cremation services.
X-rays are used to diagnose diseases, breaks, fractures, and obstructions. All of our veterinarians and technicians are trained in radiology to ensure x-rays are available at any time of day.
Georgetown Animal Hospital is one of the only veterinary hospitals in western Michigan to offer laser therapy. With laser therapy, your pet can have a shorter post-operative recovery. It's also extremely effective for wound treatment, arthritis, and other joint pain and inflammation.
Just like your own teeth, your pet's teeth require regular professional cleanings. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we use modern technology to clean each tooth thoroughly, creating a smooth, polished surface more resistant to plaque. Our staff is happy to help you form a teeth cleaning regime at home.
Your pet feels pain just like we do. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we recognize and alleviate pain through a personalized treatment plan that may include pain medication, an anti-inflammatory diet, laser therapy, and more.
All pets benefit from a healthy diet, and some pets require prescription diets to control or treat medical issues. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we'll help you select the right food for your pet's age, breed, and health concerns.
Fully Stocked Pharmacy
Georgetown Animal Hospital stocks a wide variety of prescription medicines to suit your pet's specific needs. We understand that not all medications work for all pets. That's why we offer many types of medications and in many forms, including capsules, chewable tablets, flavored liquids, injections and transdermal applications.
A lost pet is every owner's worst fear. Microchips, inserted through an injection, offer permanent identification, helping thousands of owners reconnect with their lost pets. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we offer the most widely used microchip to increase the chances of a safe return.
Treating birds requires specialized training. Georgetown Animal Hospital employs multiple veterinarians who can advise bird owners on the dietary, maintenance, hygiene and medical needs of your feathered friend.
Rabbits and Pocket Pets
Caring for your rabbit or small mammal requires specialized skills. At Georgetown Animal Hospital, we're staffed with several veterinarians who have the training and experience necessary to treat your pet. Our veterinarians can advise you as to the dietary, maintenance, hygiene and medical needs of your furry friend.
Providing proper medical care for reptiles requires specialized training and skills. We employ staff members who can advise you as to the dietary, maintenance, hygiene and medical needs of your reptilian friend.