** We are BACK TO CURBSIDE SERVICE ONLY
for all appointments and pickups until further notice
Please call 630-655-3800 when you arrive , DO NOT ENTER the building, thank you ***
***January and February are Dental Health Months! We offer a discount on Dental Cleanings. Please contact us for details or to make an appointment ***
***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.
Dental Cleaning Specials~~January and February~Dental Discount
FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW TO PROTECT YOUR PET’S ORAL (AND OVERALL!) HEALTHDoes your cat’s bad breath keep the two of you from snuggling? Do you wish you could give your dog a breath mint? Contrary to popular belief, “doggy breath” is not normal. In fact, it could be one of the first signs that your furry pal is developing dental disease.
What is dental disease?Dental disease is a painful condition that occurs when bacteria, plaque, and tartar build up on the teeth and get trapped beneath the gumline. The bacteria can be absorbed into the bloodstream and wreak havoc on other major organs throughout the body. Here are 10 facts you need to know so you can be an advocate for your pet’s oral (and overall) health: