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What to Do if Your Pet Has an Allergic Reaction

What to Do if Your Pet Has an Allergic Reaction

Allergies can get the best of us, especially during the spring. For some, allergies can be quite serious, and the same is true for pets. Knowing what to do if your pet has an allergic reaction is an important part of emergency preparedness and...

Pet Wounds: What to Look For and When to Seek Help

Pet Wounds: What to Look For and When to Seek Help

In addition to all the important day-to-day elements of pet ownership, organizing a pet first-aid kit is another key component of responsible pet care. After all, pets experience occasional injury, just like us. If left alone, pet wounds can present a...

The Facts About Canine Distemper Virus

The Facts About Canine Distemper Virus

You likely bring your pet in to see us at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital periodically to receive their distemper vaccine, among others. But what is distemper? How can your dog get it? Is it that serious? How important is it to keep up on your pet’s...

Four Paws in the White House: A History of Presidential Pets

Four Paws in the White House: A History of Presidential Pets

As a nation, our presidents and their lives in the White House have always fascinated us. Most Americans have probably spent at least a little bit of time wondering about the history, elegance, beauty and stories of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Presidential...

The Pee Problem: Common Pet Urinary Problems

The Pee Problem: Common Pet Urinary Problems

At Union Lake Veterinary Hospital , urinary issues are one of the more common reasons that our pet patients come to visit us. Be it urinating in the house, going out frequently, smelly urine, straining, or even the scary sight of blood, these issues can be...

Is it Time? Adopting a New Pet After a Loss

Is it Time? Adopting a New Pet After a Loss

Two of the most emotionally charged experiences a pet owner can face are adopting a new pet and saying goodbye to a beloved companion. After the loss of a pet, it may feel as though you can’t open your heart to another.In time, though, most owners choose...

Separate Checks: The Dangers of Giving Dog Products to Cats

Separate Checks: The Dangers of Giving Dog Products to Cats

Have you caught your cat having a bite (or three) of your dog’s kibble? Or perhaps you’ve been tempted to slip your cat a bit of your dog’s pain medication or flea preventive to save money or time. Many pet owners who share their homes with both cats and...

Safe and Comfortable: Essential Hunting Gear for Dogs

Safe and Comfortable: Essential Hunting Gear for Dogs

Fall has officially arrived, and for millions of Michiganders thoughts turn to hunting. Enjoying the thrill of the hunt while taking in the gorgeous woods and fields is one of the best parts about hunting in Michigan. Sharing the experience with your...

The Allure of Internet DIY Pet Remedies

The Allure of Internet DIY Pet Remedies

In today’s world of Google, Pinterest and do-it-yourself projects, it’s important to be aware that many at-home pet remedies can be rooted in questionable information. From early folk medicinals to holistic claims of instant cure-all’s, don’t gamble your...

More than Medicine: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond

More than Medicine: Honoring the Human-Animal Bond

Most veterinarians and veterinary support staff share a deep love for animals, as well as a concern for their welfare. Our chosen career paths allow us to spend our days caring for animals, not to mention educating, supporting, and oftentimes befriending,...

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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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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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