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...

Knowing Your Pet’s Normals: A Spotlight On Pain In Dogs

Knowing Your Pet’s Normals: A Spotlight On Pain In Dogs

It’s hard to believe that there was once a time when it was widely believed that dogs (or any animal, for that matter) didn’t feel pain like humans do. Thanks to the many advances in the fields of veterinary science and animal behavior, we now know that...

The Importance of Dental X-Rays for Pets

The Importance of Dental X-Rays for Pets

February is Pet Dental Care Month, and healthy mouths are on everyone’s mind. Most pet owners know that good pet dental care can help to keep your pet happier and healthier, and that routine exams and cleanings are essential to accomplish this.Did you...

Not So Sweet: Diabetes in Cats

Not So Sweet: Diabetes in Cats

Diabetes is an all-too-common disease that affects people and pets alike. Just as it is on the rise amongst the human population, feline diabetes is becoming a more and more frequently seen problem in the cat world.With approximately one in 500 cats being...

The Dangers Of Dog Breath

The Dangers Of Dog Breath

Most of us are intimately familiar with our dog’s less than pleasant “doggie breath”. We tend to ignore it because, hey, it’s a dog, and they have bad breath… Right?Wrong. Contrary to popular belief, dogs are actually not supposed to have bad breath.  Also...

Signs of Cancer in Pets You Don’t Want to Miss

Signs of Cancer in Pets You Don’t Want to Miss

Cancer stinks, no matter if you have two legs or four. Thankfully, we are better than ever at diagnosing and treating cancer, but each year it still takes far too many of our animal friends.While science has yet to find a cure for cancer, we are seeing...

FAQs: Breaking Down Pet Insurance, Wellness Plans, and CareCredit

FAQs: Breaking Down Pet Insurance, Wellness Plans, and CareCredit

As veterinary care becomes more and more advanced, the costs of pet medical care are ever on the rise. While it’s indisputably wonderful that so many cutting edge, life-extending techniques are available to our dogs and cats, the costs of such procedures...

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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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Hours

Mon-Fri: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Sat-Sun: 8:00am – 6:00pm

Contact Info

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

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