Our veterinarians and hospital staff don’t just provide cut-and-dry services; we create an experience around your pet’s needs.
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Buffalo Grove's Trusted Veterinarian
Buffalo Grove Animal Hospital has been a part of the Buffalo Grove community since 1969. Our veterinarians serve Buffalo Grove, Arlington Heights, Palatine, and the surrounding areas with the best veterinary medicine year after year. Our commitment to pet health runs deep, and we’ve proven our skill and compassion by becoming an AAHA-accredited Animal Hospital, the highest accreditation veterinary practices can receive. Additionally, we’re a member of the Better Business Bureau, Buffalo Grove Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Chicago Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA).
What People Are Saying
Pet Dental Care In Buffalo Grove
While our services cover the gambit of veterinary care, our vets have a special interest in animal dentistry and plan to grow extensively in this area. Dental disease is the single most prevalent disease in cats and dogs, but it is entirely preventable with consistent dental care.
Comprehensive Veterinary Services In Buffalo Grove
We are a full-service animal hospital that continually strives to meet the needs of every patient and minimize fear and discomfort at every turn.
A list of all our services includes:
It's All About the Experience
Veterinary care is not a collection of cookie-cutter services. Each pet deserves an experience all their own that suits their disposition and their medical needs. At Buffalo Grove Animal Hospital, no two exams ever look the same. Our veterinarian, Dr. Patrick Schaele, prides himself on being flexible—if your dog is nervous inside the office, he’ll examine them outside; if your cat gets nervous on the exam table, he’ll hold them in his lap. In fact, our entire team has a similar mindset, so no matter who you see, you're bound to feel right at home. We believe that veterinary care should never be short-changed due to fearful, anxious, or uncooperative pets.