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What to Know About Resource Guarding in Dogs

What to Know About Resource Guarding in Dogs

Although domestication has changed many things about dogs and their behaviors, there are certain instincts that tend to come out that might not make sense to some pet owners. Resource guarding, or “possessive aggression,” is an innate behavior that can show up in dogs...

Victory Visits for Dogs: Reduce Anxiety at the Vet

Victory Visits for Dogs: Reduce Anxiety at the Vet

At Union Lake Veterinary Hospital, we believe in using a variety of resources to help your dog live the happiest and healthiest life possible. Victory Visits teach your pets how to feel more comfortable at the vet while also showing them how to give consent for the...

Easing the Stress of Injections to Pets

Easing the Stress of Injections to Pets

Whether you have a cat with diabetes or a dog that needs allergy injections, there are plenty of ways to ease stress around injections to pets. At Union Lake Veterinary Hospital, we believe in respecting pets and reducing their stress about injections.  Use the...

The New Realities of Pet Care

The New Realities of Pet Care

The New Realities of Pet Care The last few years have brought about massive changes to the way we live our daily lives. Although 2020 is well in the rearview mirror, its influences are still affecting many different industries. If you are a pet owner, you have...

Union Lake Veterinary Hospital’s Complementary Therapies

Union Lake Veterinary Hospital’s Complementary Therapies

At Union Lake Veterinary Hospital in Waterford, Michigan, we want to make it as simple as possible to provide the very best life for your pet. In addition to our full list of veterinary services, we also offer complementary therapies to bring you truly well-rounded...

Pet Insurance: Why You Need It and How to Choose It

Pet Insurance: Why You Need It and How to Choose It

Do you need pet insurance? Most pet owners consider their pets a part of their family. At Union Lake Veterinary Hospital, we understand how important it is to provide these furry family members with the absolute best veterinary care. Unfortunately, unexpected costs...

How to Keep Pets Cool in the Summer

How to Keep Pets Cool in the Summer

How to Keep Pets Cool in the Summer There are so many fun ways to experience the joys of summer with our pets. Since they cannot tell us how they’re feeling, it is up to us to proactively keep pets cool and safe. Overheating in pets can lead to heat exhaustion, heat...

Compassion Fatigue in Veterinary Professionals and Pet Caretakers

Compassion Fatigue in Veterinary Professionals and Pet Caretakers

Compassion fatigue is a common term used in the healthcare industry. It refers to an extreme form of burnout from hours spent caring for those who are sick or dying. Likewise, compassion fatigue can occur among animal professionals, from veterinarians to pet hospice...

Forever Love: Why You Should Stay with Your Pet During Euthanasia

Forever Love: Why You Should Stay with Your Pet During Euthanasia

After years of life with a special pet, there comes a time when we have to say goodbye. Parting with a cherished pet companion is one of the hardest things pet owners have to face, but face it we must. Some have a tendency to avoid the end of life by not being present...

Titer Testing: A Simple Way to Avoid Over-Vaccinating

Titer Testing: A Simple Way to Avoid Over-Vaccinating

Titer testing is an incredible asset to avoid over-vaccinating. There is no denying the importance of vaccines in keeping your pet healthy and protected from disease. Annual wellness examinations check your pet’s records as to whether they are ready to receive their...

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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: ulvh@msn.com

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