Office Hours - By Appointment

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 5pm 
Saturday 8am - 3pm
Sunday - Closed 

For after hours emergencies call the office at 618-349-6446. 

Vaccinations

Keeping your pet on a routine vaccination program will increase the probability that they will live a healthy, normal, and happy life. These vaccines cover many important viruses and diseases that can be harmful or fatal. We cannot stress enough how much easier and cheaper it is to PREVENT disease rather than treat it. We strive to prevent disease as often as possible. 

  • Rabies - Rabies is a virus that attacks the brain and central nervous system.  It is always fatal in animals as there is no treatment.  Pets are most likely to contract the virus from a bite or scratch of an infected wild animal.  The rabies vaccine is required by law in Illinois for all canines.  We HIGHLY recommend vaccinating any outdoor cats as that are at an increased risk of coming into contact with wild animals.
  • Canine Distemper - Distemper is a contagious viral disease.  This virus affects the respiratory and nervous system; it is often fatal.
  • Canine Parvovirus - Parvo is also a very contagious virus.  It causes severe diarrhea and vomiting.  It can occur at any age but is most deadly to puppies. 
  • Canine Coronavirus - Coronavirus looks very similar to the parvovirus.  It also causes severe vomiting and diarrhea. It is possible to have parvo and coronavirus at the same time which causes these symptoms to be even more severe.
  • Canine Parainfluenza - This is a viral respiratory disease that sometimes is responsible for "Kennel cough" in dogs. 
  • Canine Adenovirus Type 1 and 2 - Type one causes infectious hepatitis that can lead to kidney damage.  Type two can be a complicating factor in "Kennel cough". 
  • Canine Leptospirosis - Lepto is a bacterial disease that can infect several systems in the body.  It can be contracted by drinking contaminated drinking water or from an infected animal.  The bacteria can also be shed in the urine.  This can be dangerous because this can be passed onto humans as well.
  • Canine Bordetella - Bordetella is a bacterial infection that causes kennel cough.
  • Canine Borreliosis (Lyme Disease) - Lyme disease is a bacterial infection which is mainly passed through the bite of a tick.  It can cause fever, lethargy, muscle stiffness, depression and lack of appetite.


  • Feline Panleukopenia - Sometimes called "Feline distemper", this disease is caused by a virus and is very contagious.  It causes severe vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration.  It can be fatal and is especially serious in kittens.
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis - This respiratory disease is caused by a virus and generally causes profuse discharge from the eyes and nose.
  • Feline Calicivirus - This infection causes a variety of symptoms including fever, excess salivation and mouth or tongue ulcers.
  • Feline Pneumonitis - This is a respiratory infection with symptoms similar to rhinotracheitis. 
  • Feline Leukemia - This is a form of cancer in cats which is usually fatal.  It can lead to tumor growth nearly anywhere in the body as well as a variety of other symptoms.  Infected cats are unable to fight off other diseases and may die from an associated infection.