** We are pleased to announce that we are now allowing clients to accompany their pets in our hospital in a limited fashion.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED for ALL VISITORS
Click on the COVID-19 UPDATE link above for more information.***
**CLOSED FRIDAY DECEMBER 10TH FOR REMODELING**
Please remember for appts, supplies, etc.
***DECEMBER is our Senior Wellness Month. 20% off Senior Bloodwork and/or Wellness X-rays for pets 7 yrs and up. Call for details or your appointment today***
***WINTER is here! Fleas and ticks are still active . We offer rebates on Simparica, Seresto collars, and Frontline Gold. Call or stop in to get your preventatives today.
***The oral Flea and Tick Chewable we recommend for dogs is Simparica; a once a month chewable, with quick kill on fleas and ticks and gets all 5 species of ticks.
***We also recommend Seresto collars for both cats and dogs. One collar gives flea and tick protection for eight months! Give us a call or stop in to learn more or purchase a Seresto collar.
Quality Care and Compassion
WillowGrove Pet Clinic is a full-service AAHA-accredited veterinary clinic for dogs and cats located in Willowbrook, IL. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients.
WillowGrove Pet Clinic was founded in 1987 and has been owned by Dr. Bishop and Dr. LoPiccolo since 2004. As the first clinic in Willowbrook, the WillowGrove Pet Clinic has been providing full-service small animal veterinary care for 30 years.
December is Senior Wellness Month at WGPC!
Please call us today for details or to schedule your pet for Senior Bloodwork. The month of December we offer a 20% Discount on Senior Bloodwork and/or Wellness X-rays for pets 7 years old and up. Its a way to catch problems early in your senior pets or give yourself the gift of peace of mind if nothing extraordinary is found. Please keep in mind when making your appointment pets need to be fasted for at least 6-8 hours and a urinalysis is included in all senior blood panels.
Blood tests are something that provide a great deal of information on your elderly dog or cat, which is why many vets strongly suggest you, as a pet owner, have these tests done at a certain point. While the justification for each blood test is different, there are some common reasons why they may be suggested for senior dogs or cats.
The main reason for having blood work done on your senior pet is because, simply, dogs and cats cannot describe symptoms to help us determine what may be wrong. If your elderly pet just does not seem “quite right” (such as losing interest in going outside, no longer greeting you at the door when you get home, or sleeping more than usual), there may be something wrong that only blood work will reveal. Diagnosing an illness in a dog or cat is similar to how it is in humans, which means multiple tests and blood work may be required in order to truly get at the root of the problem.
The older your pet gets, the more important it is for them to have regular vet visits and for you to pay attention to their behavior. There are of course certain conditions that are part of growing older (for example, joint stiffness, reduced hearing, loss of vision), but there are other problems that can only be determined through diagnostic tests and blood work.
If you would like to call us or email for more details, please call
630-655-3800 or firstname.lastname@example.org