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We're glad you're paying a visit to the official website for Sheehy Animal Hospital, your comprehensive resource for veterinary care. Whether you're actively seeking medical help for your beloved companions or you just want to make sure they have the best possible care for all stages of life, our veterinarian in Livonia, Dr. Sharon Sheehy, is the trusted provider you've been looking for. We know you'll be delighted with the skill, expertise and compassionate personalized care your pet receives at our clinic.
Sheehy Animal Hospital is far more than just another Livonia animal hospital. Dr. Sheehy strives to build lasting relationships with both you and your pets by serving, not just as your Livonia veterinarian, but also as your trusted advisor, friend and information resource. We love nothing better than answering owners' questions, putting their worries at rest and providing them with multiple options for home care and veterinary treatment alike. From discussing your pet's dietary needs to explaining how to brush your pet's teeth, we can help you be the best pet owner you can be -- and your pets will reap the benefits for years to come.
When it's time to seek specific veterinary services, you won't be disappointed by our animal hospital in Livonia. We help pets with a variety of needs and issues, including:
Preventing diseases and disorders is always the best way to keep your pet healthy at all times. Our veterinarian in Livonia can help by providing regular wellness exams, vaccinations, pest/parasite prevention, spaying and neutering (which reduces your pet's cancer risk), microchipping, dental checkups/cleanings and other wellness essentials.
If your pet gets sick or injured, you'll be glad your friends at our Livonia animal hospital are standing by to render aid. We can diagnose your pet's problem promptly and accurately and then administer treatments ranging from medications to life-saving surgical procedures. If you pet suffers chronic conditions, we can monitor those conditions carefully and keep them under control.
Some pets require special considerations at various times in their lives,and our animal hospital in Livonia is more than happy to oblige. Baby animals and geriatric pets may benefit from more frequent wellness exams, for example, while laser therapy and other pain management solutions can help senior animals live happier lives. We also offer veterinary pet boarding for those occasions when you must leave your pet in someone else's trustworthy hands temporarily.
We invite you to take your time exploring this website and getting a feel for the many services and wealth of information we offer. Then we hope you'll take the next logical step toward a healthier life for your pets by calling Sheehy Animal Hospital at (248) 615-7670 to arrange a face-to-face meeting with our Livonia veterinarian. We look forward to making friends with you, your family and all those special friends who require veterinary care!
Dr. Sharon Sheehy
Livonia Veterinarian | Sheehy Animal Hospital | (248) 615-7670
18790 Middlebelt Rd
Livonia, MI 48152
I love this veterinary clinic. Dr. Sheehy and staff are all friendly and seem to take pride in their jobs. I enjoy taking my three rats there and would recommend them to everyone I know.
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