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3 Things to Consider When Adopting a Cat

3 Things to Consider When Adopting a Cat

Cats make truly wonderful companions. Independent enough to give you a little bit more freedom than dogs, they still offer plenty of affection to their favorite humans. If you are thinking about adopting a cat, there are considerations to think about before bringing...

Best Tracking Devices for Pets

Best Tracking Devices for Pets

Do you have an escape artist living in your home? If your dog runs for it once the door opens or your cat makes your back wall seem like a suggestion, it might be time for a tracking device. Here are some of the best tracking devices for pets that will help you keep...

Stress-Free Camping with Your Dog

Stress-Free Camping with Your Dog

Canines make such great companions because they really can accompany us anywhere. From neighborhood walks to campgrounds, dogs can enhance basically any experience. If you are considering camping with your dog, here are tips on how to keep it easy, stress-free, and...

Urinary Blockage in Cats and Dogs

Urinary Blockage in Cats and Dogs

Urinary blockages in pets are potentially life-threatening conditions that require immediate veterinary attention. Both dogs and cats can suffer from this medical issue, and recognizing the signs of a problem early is the best way to find the necessary treatment. Keep...

6 Reasons to Choose a Rescue Pet

6 Reasons to Choose a Rescue Pet

Deciding to adopt a pet is a big decision. Adding another life to your home means much more responsibility for you and your family. It also means much more love. If you are still trying to decide if adopting a rescue pet is the right move for your family, here are...

Quiet Diseases in Cats

Quiet Diseases in Cats

Cats are biologically wired to minimize signs of pain and illness. While this is helpful for them in the wild, it does mean that these hard-to-spot quiet diseases in cats can run rampant before we know anything is wrong.  Regular veterinary visits can help spot these...

Why Your Dog is Limping

Why Your Dog is Limping

You notice that your dog is limping. As a caring pet parent, any change in our beloved pet’s behavior can signal the alarm bells. Since we know our pets best, it is up to us to notice when they are acting differently. Limping is a sign that something is amiss with...

5 Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

5 Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

We like to believe that our pets are invincible. They fit so seamlessly into our lives that it’s hard to imagine a time without them. Unfortunately, issues like heart disease in dogs can significantly impact their lifespans. Spotting and treating health issues early...

Cat Vaccinations Matter

Cat Vaccinations Matter

Because they’re such independent creatures, people often overlook the importance of feline veterinary care. It is crucial to maintain a preventive care schedule for cats, though, to ensure they are as healthy as they seem. Cat vaccinations are especially important so...

How Do Pets Know When It Is Time to Be Fed?

How Do Pets Know When It Is Time to Be Fed?

Sometimes it feels like you could set a clock by a dog or cat’s eagerness for mealtimes. Whether they are waiting at their bowl or they come to get you when it’s time to eat, animals have an amazing sense of breakfast and dinner routines. But how do pets know when it...

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Since 1974, Union Lake Veterinary Hospital has been providing pets in Waterford, West Bloomfield, and surrounding areas with state-of-the-art care.

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6545 Cooley Lake Rd.
Waterford, MI 48327
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