At VCA Beech Road Animal Hospital we help pets live long, healthy and happy lives. We deliver the best medical care for pets and the best experience for pet owners.
Our veterinarians, technicians and other pet-friendly support staff are trained to the highest standards. Their thorough knowledge of the latest procedures and medications ensures that all our patients receive the best in preventive and healing care.
"Where your pet's health is our top priority, and excellent service is our goal."
Our veterinarian team, Dr. Jill Crisp and Dr. Kim Anderson, have years of experience between them. Their diversified knowledge enables them to address a multitude of health issues that may affect your dog or cat. Located conveniently with access to the communities of Redford, Livonia, and Northville, our hospital offers the following services: vaccinations, dentistry, surgery, weight-loss counseling, and diabetic care.
Our goal is to help you understand the best way to care for your pet to avoid seeing us too frequently! Our staff is trained to give you the most current information regarding preventative care. The best way to keep your pet healthy is to stop preventable diseases! These include infectious disease such as viruses, bacterial diseases and parasites, as well as nutritionally related diseases, housing-related diseases, grooming-related diseases and reproductive diseases solved by timely spays and neutering.
Local Medical Issues
Between three and four million healthy animals are needlessly euthanized every year due to pet overpopulation caused by a failure to spay and neuter. That's why at VCA Beech Road Animal Hospital, we highly recommend that all pets be spayed or neutered. Not only does this help combat pet overpopulation, but altering your pets can help them resist life-threatening diseases and extend their lives.
Because our staff cares about animals in need of extra help, we currently enjoy working with Greyheart Greyhound Rescue, Boxer Haven Boxer Rescue and Caring for Cats. Most of these animals have been rescued from difficult circumstances, and need time to recover, repair and find a loving home. They are kept in foster homes associated with the groups, but you may see an occasional cat waiting to be adopted in our reception area. Check with us if you are looking for an extra feline friend!
Adopting one homeless animal will not change the world, but surely the world will be changed for that one homeless animal.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) sets the standard for quality veterinary care for companion animals. As an accredited hospital, we voluntarily uphold the Association's high standards in 18 different areas and are routinely evaluated on over 900 different standards of veterinary care. Not all animal hospitals are accredited, and we are proud to be amongst only 12-15% of veterinary hospitals that hold this honor.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) represents practitioners in the veterinary community who are passionate about the care of cats and supports its members in improving the health and welfare of feline patients. With a reputation as a leader in the field of feline medicine, the AAFP helps veterinary practices establish a feline-friendly environment that reduces stress for cats during veterinary visits.
Caring for pets means meeting a wide range of needs beyond health care. Fortunately, there’s a whole community of organizations and businesses eager to help.
Here’s where to meet the local groups that we recommend to our pet-loving families.
Boxer Haven Rescue
501c3 Non-Profit OrganizationVisit Boxer Haven Rescue
Caring for Cats
501c3 Non-Profit OrganizationVisit Caring for Cats
Greyheart Greyhound Rescue
501c3 Non-Profit OrganizationVisit Greyheart Greyhound Rescue
Hills Pet Nutrition
Clinical Nutrition to Improve Quality of LifeVisit Hill's Pet Nutrition
Michigan Humane SocietyVisit Michigan Humane Society
Make your pet healthier, from the inside outVisit Royal Canin