At Gratiot Animal Hospital, our mission is to provide your pet with high quality medical care in a friendly and compassionate environment. Our practice is small enough to offer the individualized attention that you desire, yet large enough to provide the medical technology and expertise that you deserve.
Located in Thomas Township, just west of Saginaw, our doctors and staff are dedicated to treating our patients as we would our own pets - with superior professional skills, gentle hands and kind hearts.
Whether your animal companion needs routine wellness care, such as vaccinations, or extensive diagnostics and treatment for serious injury or illness, we strive to achieve the best quality of life possible for your pet.
Please call or e-mail us anytime for a further explanation of our services. Whether you are new to the area or just seeking a different veterinary experience, we welcome the opportunity to fulfill all of your pet's health needs.
At Gratiot Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
We are excited about our accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association! CLICK HERE to see what this means for you & your pet.
All of the Doctors as well as the Staff are wonderful. They are so caring and treat my Bichon like she is their very own pet. They take their time to explain everything and make sure you understand how to take care of your pet when you take it home. I even have had calls the next day just to see how my furry baby is doing and ask if I have any questions. Do I have a favorite Vet? Not really. I love all 4 of them. ArleneC.
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