Mon - Fri 9am - 7 pm
Saturday 9am - Noon
Emergency care available during regular office hours.
Levan Road Veterinary Hospital and all of our staff care deeply about the health and happiness of your pet. We understand the unique human-animal bond that develops between pets and their owners, and we work hard to strengthen that bond through communication, education and quality services. We know the importance of having a good relationship with veterinary staff and doctors. In our warm and inviting atmosphere, we strive to help you feel comfortable and “at home”. It is important to us that you feel you can ask questions, discuss treatment and care options, and be informed about the healthcare choices available for you and your pet. If you are looking for compassionate and progressive veterinary care for your pet(s), we invite you to become part of the Levan Road Veterinary Hospital family.
Treat every client as though they were family and every pet as if it were our own.
Only 15 percent of all small animal veterinary practices in the United States have achieved accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association. Accreditation is based on hundreds of standards that need to be met in the areas of: anesthesia, client services, contagious diseases, continuing education, dentistry, diagnostic imaging, emergency and critical care, exam facilities, housekeeping and maintenance, human resources, laboratory, leadership, medical records, pain management, patient care, pharmacy, referral standards, safety, and surgery. Selecting an AAHA practice helps to give you peace of mind in knowing your pet will receive the best of veterinary care in a field where the quality of care varies so widely.
To learn more about AAHA, HealthyPet.com
It is relatively common for a cat to become infected with an internal or external parasite at some point in its lifetime. Parasites can affect your cat in a variety of ways, ranging from a simple irritation to life-threatening illnesses, if left untreated. Whether your cat lives indoor exclusively, or goes outdoors, parasites are still a potential concern. Many animal parasites can be transmitted, or passed on, to people. By following your veterinarian’s recommendations and having your cat tested for parasites annually, you can protect your cat and your family from these potentially harmful parasites all year long. Ask us how you can protect your feline friend today!