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Don’t Get Your Whiskers in a Bunch: Calming a Stressed Cat

Don’t Get Your Whiskers in a Bunch: Calming a Stressed Cat

While we don’t often think about our pets being stressed, it is actually a big concern. While your cat may not be worried about the big project due at work next week, he or she has concerns in kitty world.Do you know if your cat is stressed? And how does...

The Butt of the Joke: Anal Gland Problems in Pets

The Butt of the Joke: Anal Gland Problems in Pets

Any pet owner who has experienced anal gland problems in their pet can tell you that it really isn’t a laughing matter. Dogs and cats have been blessed with two little sacs that reside just inside their rectum that collects a strongly scented discharge....

Celebrate Mother’s Day With Pets? ULVH Says Yes!

Celebrate Mother’s Day With Pets? ULVH Says Yes!

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and that means kids everywhere are busily crafting homemade cards, macaroni picture frames and handprint flowers. But what about “pet moms”? Just because our pets’ lack of opposable thumbs prohibits them from...

How Modern Pet Ownership Has Changed The World

How Modern Pet Ownership Has Changed The World

It’s no secret that almost every facet of modern pet ownership is vastly different from any other time in human/pet history. Most of today’s pets are treated as full-fledged family members, and enjoy many of the same perks as the two-legged members. If...

The Latest Canine Flu Outbreak: How At Risk is Your Dog?

The Latest Canine Flu Outbreak: How At Risk is Your Dog?

As many of us in the field of veterinary medicine anticipated, canine flu has surfaced once again in the Chicagoland area this spring, and will likely continue to spread to unvaccinated dogs across the United States.Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) strain H3N2...

Michigan Tick Talk: Why Ticks And Pets Don’t Mix

Michigan Tick Talk: Why Ticks And Pets Don’t Mix

Finding a tick lodged securely in your dog or cat’s skin is one of the less-than-pleasant aspects of pet ownership. Unfortunately, ticks and pets often go together like peanut butter and jelly as the weather warms. Because ticks can be carriers of disease,...

Answers to (Some of) Our Most Frequently Asked Veterinary Questions

Answers to (Some of) Our Most Frequently Asked Veterinary Questions

They say that there is no such thing as a stupid question and we think that’s true. Asking questions is how we learn and grow as people.We hope that you feel comfortable asking the friendly staff at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital whatever it is you may be...

The ABCs and 123s of Pet Chiropractic Care

The ABCs and 123s of Pet Chiropractic Care

We know that Union Lake Veterinary Hospital is your go-to for the best, most up-to-date options in your pet’s care. Whether it be our cutting-edge surgical techniques, our expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, or our rehabilitation...

Baby Bunnies and Chicks, Oh My! Easter Pet Care

Baby Bunnies and Chicks, Oh My! Easter Pet Care

Spring is a time when we think about new life and renewal. It’s no wonder that things like cute fluffy bunnies and fuzzy chicks are symbolic of the season. During this time of year, many families around the country choose to add these cute critters to...

Bloat in Dogs: The Mother of all Pet Emergencies

Bloat in Dogs: The Mother of all Pet Emergencies

Some pet problems are obviously urgent: a scratch in the eye, a toxin ingestion, a traumatic event. No pet emergency is quite as serious, though, as bloat in dogs.If you have dogs, especially an at-risk breed such as a Great Dane, German Shepherd, or an...

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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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