Detroit is a valued automotive center in the United States and a spotless city that is slowly becoming what it once was. Filled with a never-ending list of things to do, it has always had a beautiful waterfront and an intimidating view of the city centre. This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of America's most successful small businesses, the Detroit Veterans Administration (VAA).
Under the direction of Dr. Sheehy, the veterinary clinic has doctors who promise to give your pet everything you need and more, all in one place.
We have veterinarians who understand the importance of compassion and reliability when it comes to being a veterinarian, and we have veterinary specialists who are certified to always provide first-class services, especially in times of crisis. We are able to consider Media Guide as an asset, as we work on issues related to animal health, veterinary medicine, animal welfare and animal care. MVMA vets are a resource for you as they are well trained and ready to answer your questions about your pet's medical needs, medical conditions, health issues and treatment options.
It is our mission to be a voice that promotes professional excellence in veterinary medicine and promotes animal welfare - being and public health.
We make our clinics comfortable, child-friendly and quiet so pets can relax in the waiting room and look forward to seeing our vets in Detroit. We have everything you need for your pet and have a large, competent team of veterinarians who will be at your side at every turn. Our regular vets also provide emergency services, so it would not hurt to ask them for a list of services they provide. All veterinarians on duty 6 days a week are trained and equipped to handle the urgent care that you or your pets have.
If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment, don't hesitate to call us and come to us immediately. Our emergency clinic should have an intensive care veterinarian who can provide services for your pets in a life threatening situation. An emergency team usually consists of a veterinarian, an emergency doctor and a team of other veterinarians who all work together to save the animal's life.
Warren Woods Veterinary Hospital is located just outside Detroit and is worth a visit because we promise that you will feel like you are taking care of your pet in one of the best veterinary clinics in the world. Dr. Trivelloni and her husband travel to Michigan State's myriad football fields to keep up with their children's schedules.
Hurley's Dog and Cat Hospital is a full-service animal hospital, accommodating dogs and cats of all ages, as well as cats, dogs and rabbits. Harvey Animal Hospital offers all kinds of services you need for your pet, especially parrots. Four Winds Equine Hospitalbe is a full-service animal hospital in Detroit that offers a wide range of veterinary services for horses and other horses. Dr. Kim and her team have a long tradition of providing full-line care and veterinary care.
Veterinary medicine was my first vocation and I never tire of helping my family and their furry best friends. My favorite part of veterinary medicine is to educate my clients about the proper care of their pets so that we can spend many years together.
Understand the importance of adequate veterinary care for the health and welfare of your pet - and the benefits veterinary medicine brings to the community.
He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Veterinary Medicine with distinction in 1981 and continued his education at Michigan State University. In 1983 he received his doctorate in veterinary medicine, in 1985 he obtained his master's degree in veterinary sciences, in 1996-97 he obtained his master's degree in natural sciences and in 1996-97 he received his bachelor's degree in animal health. In 1999, he was an assistant professor of veterinary medicine in the Department of Animal Science and Veterinary Health Sciences and a member of the board of trustees of the Michigan Veterinary Medical Society. In 2003 he received his doctorate and further education in animal health and veterinary medicine. Since then he has been an associate professor and chair of animal sciences at the Veterinary University and a faculty member in veterinary medicine.
He earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Michigan School of Veterinary Science and Veterinary Health Sciences in 2013. He graduated from Michigan State University and the Michigan Veterinary Medical Society with a degree in animal health and veterinary medicine.
He is a graduate diplomat in animal health and veterinary medicine from the University of Michigan School of Veterinary Science and Veterinary Health Sciences. He is a member of the Detroit Veterinary Medical Society and the Michigan Veterinary Medicine Association and is an active member of the Board of Veterinarians of the City of Detroit, Michigan, and the Board of Veterinarians of the City of Ann Arbor and Detroit Animal Care and Control. She is a graduate veterinarian, veterinarian and animal rights activist and has been involved in a number of animal welfare programs in Detroit and other cities across the state.