State of the Art Medical Facility
Located just a block east of Lincoln Avenue, our hospital has plenty of space. This facility boasts 6 exam rooms, a large waiting area, an education room, isolation facilities, hospitalization and boarding wards separated by species, and many other features. Our hospital matches our level of commitment to your petsí health!
Our site is located at 2001 Linview Ave.,
behind the Andrae's Harley Davidson Shop.
The large waiting and reception area allows
easy access to each of our exam rooms.
we provide for our clients with special dietary needs.
We carry Hills Prescription Diet, select
Royal Canin diets, and select Purina diets.
Our 6 exam rooms are each designed for the different animals we will be seeing. There are 3 canine/feline rooms (2 larger, 1 smaller), 2 exotic animal rooms, and an isolation room. Keeping the exam rooms species specific helps to reduce the stress of our patients and allows us to have size appropriate instruments.
A dental station allows our doctors to give pets a fresh, clean mouth.
We are fully equipped for complete dental care from simple cleaning to endodontic care.
Dental care is not just for dogs and cats.
Rabbits, ferrets and even iguanas sometimes need dental care.
X-ray imaging can be a critical tool for diagnosing medical problems.
Radiology is adjacent to the treatment area and surgery
so patients that need post-operative X-rays don't have to be moved too far.
The use of ultrasound has allowed for more accurate diagnosis of a
variety of conditions. Results are often available within 24 hours of the
Rigid endoscopy allows direct visualization of difficult to reach
areas such as the nasal cavity or even the air sacs of a bird.
We have a large surgical suite that contains a table for canine/feline surgeries and one for exotics. Having two tables makes elective procedures easier to schedule which means a shorter wait time for our patients. Isoflurane gas is used for surgery and each patient is closely monitored while under anesthesia. Monitoring equipment aids in keeping our surgeries as safe as possible.
Patients that require hospitalization will find the process much less stressful. Dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, and reptiles each have a separate ward, designed for their needs. In the event of a contagious disease, an isolation ward allows these patients to be kept separately.
Dogs and cats are separated to keep down the stress levels. Appropriate sized cages keep sick, injured, and postoperative patients safe.
Cat Hospital Ward Dog Hospital Ward
Spacious environmentally controlled cages in the avian ward allow
sick birds to be kept warm and humid. The slightly subdued
lighting has a calming effect.
The enclosures in small mammal hospital allow space for us to
put hide-a-huts in with our patients giving them the security
they need, especially when they are sick or stressed.
Reptiles need clean, warm, humid enclosures, especially when sick. Like our avian cages, each herp enclosure has its own temperature control dial and lighting system.
* One of our permanent residents, Jerry.
2001 Linview Ave. Urbana, IL 61801; 217-328-4143; FAX: 217-337-3068