As a nonprofit animal shelter and advocacy organization, dedicated to fighting pet homelessness, All About Animals Rescue Michigan provides a limited selection of veterinary care services. Furthermore, this limited range of care options is intended primarily for low-income families. However, Detroit families with puppies, kittens, cats, and dogs who need to be spayed or neutered can turn to All About Animals Rescue Michigan to affordably receive that service.
Detroit, MI(586) 435-1745
Comfort Care Veterinary Services is the Canton-based private practice of Dr. Steven Zinderman. Dr. ZInderman’s focus is making companion animals as comfortable as possible, whether they are recovering from surgery, undergoing physical therapy, or terminally ill. He provides in-home pain management and euthanasia services to families in Eastside, Detroit, Downriver, Washtenaw, Oakland, and Macomb. Dr. Zinderman is a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, and a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner.
Canton, MI(248) 429-9866
Dearborn Family Pet Care is a veterinary practice in Dearborn, providing medical care to pets from Detroit and other nearby municipalities. At Dearborn Family Pet Care, companion animals receive treatment for an array of illnesses, from dental problems and fleas to cancer, diabetes, and hookworm. Dearborn Family Pet Care is fully accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, and their facility meets the association's standards for patient care, diagnostics, medical and surgical procedures, record keeping, and hospital management.
Dearborn, MI(313) 561-5920
Based in Eastpointe, East Detroit Animal Hospital is a veterinary medical center serving animals from Detroit and other neighboring cities. The practice’s owner and its sole veterinarian, Dr. Dechamma Ballaranda, DVM, has more than 15 years of veterinary experience. In addition to providing preventive treatments and wellness checks, Dr. Ballaranda focuses on educating her human visitors.
Eastpointe, MI(586) 776-5011
For more than two decades, Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital has been treating feline patients from all over the Detroit Metro. Based in Waterford, the clinic’s services include routine checkups, spays and neuters, behavioral counseling, dentistry, and vaccinations. It is one of the few veterinary facilities in the state that is licensed to perform Radioactive Iodine therapy for hyperthyroid cats, and the practice owner, Dr. Steven Bailey, is one of only two board-certified feline specialists in the state. Dr. Bailey enjoys managing complex and difficult cases, and takes on a number of referral patients from other local veterinary hospitals. Additinoally, the American Association of Feline Practitioners has designated Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital as a Gold-Level Cat Friendly Practice.
Waterford, MI(248) 666-5287
Greenfield Animal Hospital is a Southfield-based veterinary clinic serving animal patients from Detroit and other nearby municipalities. The practice, a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, is led by three Doctors of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Alexander Byron, Dr. Michael P. Hood, and Dr. Jennifer Zerbel can perform immunizations, spays, neuters, internal medicine, surgeries, dental care, critical care, pain management, and microchipping.
Southfield, MI(248) 356-1100
The five doctors practicing at Harper Woods Veterinary Hospital offer microchipping, wellness checkups, vaccinations, dental care, and preventive treatments for heartworms and other feline and canine parasites. The clinic is associated with the American Animal Hospital Association.
Harper Woods, MI(313) 881-8061
Jefferson Veterinary Center is a Detroit office serving pets from all over the city as well as the surrounding areas. Families can bring their feline or canine companions in for routine wellness checks, or for a range of veterinary healthcare services. Jefferson Veterinary Care is an eco-friendly office. The practice uses solar power to heat its water and serves only fair-trade coffee to its human visitors.
Detroit, MI(313) 822-2555
Levan Road Veterinary Hospital, based in Livonia, provides medical care to pets from all parts of the greater Detroit area. Staff members are experienced and trained in providing vaccinations, internal medicine, dental care, pain management, laser surgery, microchipping, and even alternative therapies such as acupuncture and laser therapy. Levan Road Veterinary Hospital is an affiliate of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Livonia, MI(734) 464-6281
Maple Veterinary Hospital, a pet medical center located in Troy, is led by licensed veterinarians Dr. Mike Derkevorkian, Dr. Pam Smith, and Dr. Lorrie DiBenedetto. With the recent addition of Dr. Christina Cole, a licensed veterinary chiropractor, the practice now provides its four-legged patients with chiropractic care.
Troy, MI(248) 585-2622
As the sole practitioner of Mobile Veterinary Clinic, Dr. John Hermann, DVM provides local pet owners with affordable vaccinations and other wellness services. Dr. Hermann, who is based in Inkster, has been practicing since he graduated from Michigan State University’s veterinary program in 1993. Dr. Hermann’s house call service is often completely booked weeks in advance. However, he regularly appears at pet medical centers throughout the greater Detroit community. Families seeking affordable veterinary care can review the calendar on the Mobile Veterinary Clinic website to see when Dr. Hermann will be in their neighborhood.
Inkster, MI(313) 686-5701
Oakland Veterinary Referral Services, located in Bloomfield Hills, is a 24/7 emergency veterinary clinic. Other than treating urgent and emergent trauma cases, the Oakland Veterinary Referral Services staff’s specialties are behavioral counseling, cardiology, alternative medicine, internal medicine, oncology, ophthalmology, and surgical care.
Bloomfield Hills, MI(248) 334-6877
Joseph Miller DVM founded Parkway Small Animal & Exotic Hospital in Clinton Township in 1969. Now the practice, which was subsequently purchased by Dr. Thomas Bankstahl in 1999, has expanded to comprise five veterinary doctors alongside a large team of veterinary assistants and technicians. In addition to client education and wellness checkups, staff members provide Detroit Metro area pets with surgical treatment, echocardiography, dental care, oncological care, and laser therapy. The practice can serve not just cats and dogs but also reptiles, birds, and exotic animals.
Clinton Township, MI(586) 416-8800
Founded more than 150 years ago, Patterson Dog & Cat Hospital is a Detroit clinic where nonhuman animals can receive emergent, urgent, or preventive care. The office’s current owner is Dr. Glynes D. Graham, an alumna of the Michigan State University’s veterinary school. Dr. Graham and her staff offer vaccinations, surgical therapies, and dental procedures, as well as grooming and boarding services.
Detroit, MI(313) 832-7282
Pawsitive Steps Rehabilitation & Therapy for Pets, centered in Rochester Hills, is a veterinary clinic focused on pain management and behavioral health, exclusively for canine and feline patients. Leading the veterinary care team is Dr. Tari Kern, who received her doctorate from the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, who has been given the “Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians” certification from the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association. Additionally, Dr. Kern is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians, the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, and the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.
Rochester Hills, MI(248) 564-0309
Southpointe Veterinary Hospital of Allen Park, PC, has been providing medical care to Detroit Metro companion animals since it opened in 1982. Although the Allen Park practice provides emergency care during the day, it does not serve patients outside regular business hours. Services include anesthesia, dentistry, preventive treatments, radiology, and surgical care.
Allen Park, MI(313) 381-7180
Veterinary Cardiology Consultants, in Novi, is unique among Detroit veterinary clinics in that it focuses exclusively on providing animal cardiac care. As graduates of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine’s College of Cardiology, doctors William A. Brown and Joanne L. DeSana are specialists in companion animal cardiology. The clinic’s human visitors appreciate the compassionate, high-quality care provided by Dr. Brown and Dr. DeSana, as well as their team of assistants and technicians.
Novi, MI(248) 946-4322
The Milford-based pet health clinic Veterinary Care Specialists, which was founded by Dr. Julie Hass and Dr. Peter Barnes, has been helping Detroit Metro region families since 1997. Of the two founders, only Dr. Hass still practices at Veterinary Care Specialists. She leads a team of veterinary doctors with extensive experience and formal training in advanced pet care, including veterinary neurology, stem cell therapy, and a range of surgical subfields. Emergency care is available 24/7.
Milford, MI(248) 684-0468
Westcott Veterinary Care Center, an animal health clinic in Detroit, performs vaccinations, wellness care, senior pet care, dental care, microchipping, surgeries, and laser therapy. Emergency service is not available outside of regular business hours. Human clients can visit Westcott Veterinary Care Center’s website for online scheduling, prescription help, and special discounts.
Detroit, MI(313) 255-2400