Pet Vet Animal Hospitals-Michigan Veterinarians provide Complete Pet health Care, TPLO, Bone Fracture, Laparscopic Surgeries, Pet Dentistry, Pet Boarding and grooming, Pet meds and Microchiping. Pet Prescription Foods, Videootoscope for ear canal examination, Allergy Testing, knee Cap (Luxating Patella) , Bone Plating, Pet Pain management is our priority at Michigan ave animal hospital,Ypsialnti-Ann Arbor, Canton animal hospital-Canton, Eastpointe animal hospital-Eastpointe, Dix animal hospital-Lincoln Park, Luv-N-Care animal hospital- Southfield Michigan.
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|Person||TLC Pet Vet Animal Hospitals-Michigan|
|City||Ypsilanti , MI|
|Address||706 W Michigan Ave|
|Phone Number||(734) 482-8171|
Desi is my little hero! He was born with many health problems, being small and the only surviving pup of the litter. He has always had problems with his breathing, but lately it seemed to be getting worse. We tried antibiotics and steroids, but those seemed to only help for a couple of days. Finally, when it seemed that Desi was literally gasping for air, I took him to the Emergency Animal Hospital, where he was diagnosed with Bilateral Laryngeal Paralysis. They told me that Desi would need an operation to open his airway, but that there were only three specialists in Michigan who did this operation. I took him straight to Michigan Ave. Animal Hospital, where Dr. Ajaib Dhaliwal has been my veterinarian for many years. He recently studied this very operation and watched it performed at Michigan State University, and assured me that he could do it. What a miracle! Dr. Dhaliwal performed the surgery, and Desi is doing great. He goes for walks again, and dances around the living room for treats! Thank you Dr. Dhaliwal for saving Desi's life and giving him his quality of life back. Dr. Dhaliwal is the sort of doctor who cares about the animals he treats, and will go to any length to help.
My Sincerest Regards,
Our Papillon, Kilo, broke his leg when he was just over one year old. We were devastated as you could imagine. Our local vet suggested that Michigan State University is where we needed to go for the surgery required to insert pins. The lead surgeon, Dr. Zachos, did a great job with the operation. She was very good with us, explaining before the surgery what to expect. Afterward, she called and e-mailed to check up on Kilo's progress. Kilo's bandages needed changing every week and we live over an hour from MSU. Dr. Zachos suggested we use Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital and Dr. Dhaliwal for this aftercare. Here's the important part. If your animal is injured or ill, you have to take them to Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital and Dr. Dhaliwal for care. He has a great heart and skill for taking care of animals and the people involved with them. To make a long story short, Kilo re-broke his leg right as he was almost healed and Dr. Dhaliwal called Dr. Zachos and the next day, they performed another surgery to insert a plate. The surgery this time was performed right at Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital. Dr. Dhaliwal has complete surgical facilities on site. The surgery and aftercare were once again excellent and Kilo is doing great. We're happy to say that Kilo's taken his first walk around the block in over seven months. It's really cool that he can show you x-rays on his iPhone. I also want to mention he was very kind to us about the price.