Woodside Animal Clinic is proud to offer its services the Royal Oak Michigan and metro Detroit region by offering the best in traditional and alternative pet care. Our veterinary hospital is operated by Dr. John Simon who has owned the clinic for over 40 years. He is a certified, very skilled and is licensed in acupuncture, animal chiropractics, and adult stem cell therapy
Our team is dedicated to educating our clients in how to keep your pets healthy year round, with good nutrition, nutritional supplements, and exercise. Woodside Animal Clinic stays on top of the most modern advances in veterinarian technology and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
|Person||Woodside Animal Clinic|
|City||Royal Oak , MI|
|Address||27452 Woodward Ave|
|Phone Number||(248) 581-0613|
Products & Services
We suggest you feed your pet a meat based diet preserved with vitamin E and free of chemical coloring, flavoring, and texturizing agents. Any grain added in the food should be "whole grain" and not "grain fractions". No animal or grain by-products should be present. The meat, vegetables, and grain should be of the best quality and be as fresh as possible. Because even the best of commercial diets can be missing enzymes, vitamins, chelated minerals, fatty acids, and probiotics we can offer you and your pet with an exceptional broad spectrum supplement that contains all the above and fills this nutritional gap.
It is not possible to tell if a lump under the skin is a cyst, fatty tumor (lipoma) , or malignant tumor without making a "needle aspiration biopsy". Early detection of a malignant mass, by this method, can be the difference between life and death. If you see any sort of lump developing under your pet's skin bring him or her in immediately for testing.
1. DHLP: (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis) A vaccine complex which protects against both viral and bacterial contagious disease
2. Parvo: A vaccine which protects against a highly contagious, often fatal, focal transmitted, gastro intestinal viral disease
3. Rabies: A vaccine, required by law, that protects both pets and people from a deadly viral disease that is transmitted by animal bites
4. Bordetella: This is a "kennel cough" vaccine that prevents tracheobronchitis
1. Distemper: A highly contagious potentially fatal viral disease
2. Rhino and Calici virus: A vaccine against 2 highly contagious upper respiratory viruses
3. Feline Leukemia: A vaccine that protects against an almost always fatal viral disease.
4. Rabies: see above