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ULVH’s Most Popular Blogs of 2017

ULVH’s Most Popular Blogs of 2017

2017 has come to a close, and here at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital and Pet Services we are in amazement at what a busy, productive, and spectacular year it’s been. We are truly honored that you’ve chosen us to care for your four-legged family members,...

End of Life Pet Care for Your Precious Friend

End of Life Pet Care for Your Precious Friend

When you think about how closely our companion animals mirror our moods, emotional states, and energy levels, it’s natural to assume that they feel the way we do. We’ve all heard of dogs and cats that are highly tuned in and aware in the wake of an owner’s...

Indoor Activities for Pets to Keep the Winter Blues Away

Indoor Activities for Pets to Keep the Winter Blues Away

Do raindrops keep falling on your pet’s head? Are you struggling to come up with ways to keep an energetic pet happy, and your furniture in one piece, during these wet and blustery days?Never fear! Your friends at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital are here...

What You Need To Know Before Fostering A Pet

What You Need To Know Before Fostering A Pet

Donating and volunteering your time with an animal shelter or rescue is a great option when it comes to helping homeless animals, but have you ever considered fostering a pet as a way to make a difference in the lives of needy animals?The Benefits Of...

Adopt, Don’t Shop: The Ten Benefits Of Adopting A Rescue Dog

Adopt, Don’t Shop: The Ten Benefits Of Adopting A Rescue Dog

If you’re considering adding a dog to your family, we congratulate you! The bond between dog and human is truly unique and awe inspiring, not to mention that pet ownership is downright fun!We hope you will consider adopting a rescue dog, and here are our...

How to Love a Cat… And Be Loved in Return

How to Love a Cat… And Be Loved in Return

Any relationship is a two-way street – we give and take, offer and accept. In the dynamic between people and their pets, the back and forth of love and affection is noticeable. We take care of our animal’s needs in ways they can’t necessarily return (like...

Putting An End To Puppy Mills, Once And For All

Putting An End To Puppy Mills, Once And For All

Every year, over 2 million dogs are bred in illegal commercial breeding operations, also known as puppy mills. Despite the overcrowding in animal shelters and the overpopulation of dogs and cats, puppy mills (and kitten mills) are still thriving in the...

Getting to the Bottom of Pet Insurance

Getting to the Bottom of Pet Insurance

Most of us have car, home, health, and life insurance to help protect us in the wake of unforeseen situations. Most of the time, we are glad for the coverage we have, as associated costs can be high, and the possibility of a major issue can threaten our...

Beyond The Cardboard Box: Why Your Cat Needs A Catio!

Beyond The Cardboard Box: Why Your Cat Needs A Catio!

The benefits to keeping your pet cat indoors are far reaching. Not only are indoor cats protected from dangers such as cars or other animals, they are also less likely to come into contact with parasites and communicable diseases. If you are one of the...

Canine Influenza Is Back in 2017: What to Do to Protect Your Dog

Canine Influenza Is Back in 2017: What to Do to Protect Your Dog

The latest strain of the canine influenza virus, also known as “dog flu”, was first identified in Chicago, IL in the spring of 2015. More than 1,000 cases were eventually diagnosed in Illinois and surrounding states, with six fatalities.After the initial...

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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.

Location

6545 Cooley Lake Rd.
Waterford, MI 48327
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Mon-Fri: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Sat-Sun: 8:00am – 6:00pm

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Phone: 248-363-1508
Fax: 248-363-7505
Email: info@unionlakepets.com

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