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plymouth michigan veterinariansPlymouth Veterinary Hospital, Inc. Offers A Full-Service Veterinary Clinic

At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, Inc., we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Plymouth area and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet maintains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.

To learn more about the many services our veterinary clinic offers, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us or call us at (734) 453-0485

Emergencies Seen During Regular Hours

Accidents, injuries, and illnesses never take into account the time of day. While some situations can wait until the next morning or business day, others require immediate attention.

Our veterinary hospital has highly experienced, dedicated veterinarians and veterinary care support staff. Our animal hospital provides trauma and critical care for accidents, injuries, and illnesses of all types. Our team is equipped to manage medical care and help our clients through stressful and potentially life-threatening situations. We will work with our clients to make sure you have a thorough understanding of your pet's illness and what steps should be taken to provide the best care options for your pet's recovery.

If your pet is exhibiting any of the following symptoms during business hours call us immediately at (734) 453-0485. If we are closed call the emergency hospitals listed below.

  • Inability to breathe noisy respiration, blue tongue, gasping for breath.
  • Bleeding that won’t stop: Apply pressure and come now!
  • Inability to urinate or appears constipated
  • Inability to deliver puppies or kittens: keeps trying or has stopped trying
  • Severe pain: continuous with no relief.
  • Vomiting, diarrhea: continuous or with the appearance of blood
  • Loss of balance or consciousness: includes tremors, coma, staggering, blindness, fainting.
  • Severe itching: continuous scratching, biting, self-mutilation.
  • Penetrating wounds: any place, but especially the chest or abdomen.
  • Poisoning: bring the container or commercial name and chemical name.
  • Injury: constant pain and total lameness.
  • Hit by car: may include trauma and bleeding.
  • Bloat: abnormal distention of the abdomen and difficulty breathing.

If your pet has any of the following symptoms, it is safe to wait OVERNIGHT:

  • Ear problems/itching: head shaking and ear discharge. mild to moderate itching; no skin damage; no bleeding.
  • Loss of appetite: skipped one main meal, but no other signs of illness.
  • Thirst/urination: excessive drinking or elimination of urine with no blood, no pain, no straining or discomfort, or bloody appearance to the urine.
  • Lameness: little or no pain; no discomfort in walking; not continuous.
  • Worms in bowel movement: no blood in bowel movement; no pain or discomfort; no vomiting.
  • Most skin problems: scratching, itching, fleas, ticks.

After business hours contact our local emergency clinics at: 

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Veterinary Emergency Services
40850 Ann Arbor Road
Plymouth, MI 48170

Click here for the VES-West website

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Animal Emergency Center
24360 Novi Road
Novi, MI 48375

Click here for AEC-Novi website

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Oakland Veterinary Referral Services
1400 South Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Click here for OVRS website

Blue Pearl Pet Hospital
29080 Inkster Road
Southfield, MI 48034

Click here for Blue Pearl Pet Hospital Southfield website

Our Services

  1. Veterinary Services For Dogs

    Veterinarians Who Care

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  2. Cat Dentistry

    Does your cat's bad breath keep the two of you from snuggling? We take your cat's dental seriously; that is why we have come up with these essential facts that you need to know about oral health in your cat.

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  3. Cat Neuter and Spay

    Benefits of Neutering a Cat!

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we perform this essential procedure for the health benefit of your feline friend! 

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  4. Dog Dry Needling

    What is Dry Needling for Dogs?

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, Inc., we offer a unique form of physical therapy that helps decrease musculoskeletal pain in dogs!

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  5. Veterinary Services For Cats


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  6. Dog Dental Health

    Dental health is a significant part of your dog's overall health; that is why at Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we take your dog's dental health seriously!

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  7. Senior Dog Services

    Older dogs require preventive care; their age can lead to physical and mental changes that may need additional attention from us.

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  8. Dog Vaccinations

    Everything You Must Know About Vaccinating Your Dog

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  10. Dog Eye Care

    Common Eye Conditions in the Dog

    Your pet’s eyes are windows to their soul! This means that keeping them clear, bright, and healthy must be a priority.

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  11. Fear Free Veterinary Visits

    “Dr. Gorbea is the best vet I have ever had! She does an excellent job with my dog, who hates shots. She is very knowledgeable and understands animal behavior. All the staff is very kind and professional as well.” -Ashlynne S., Google Review

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  12. Cat Laser Therapy

    Laser therapy (or photobiomodulation) is applied with the Companion Therapy Laser System.

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  13. Surgery

    Plymouth Veterinary Hospital is proud to be AAHA accredited and proud to be your veterinary hospital of choice!

    The attention and care given to surgical patients are one of the many hallmarks of an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) accredited hospital.  We take AAHA’

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  14. Cat Flea and Tick Prevention

    They're creepy, they're crawly...and they can carry diseases. Fleas and ticks are not just a nuisance but pose animal and human health risks. They suck your pet's blood, they suck human blood, and can transmit diseases.

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  15. Dog and Cat Anesthesia Services

    Some veterinary procedures need to be performed with your pet under anesthesia (for example, dentistry, surgery, and some diagnostic imaging). Anesthesia is a controlled unconsciousness, where your pet's level of consciousness is controlled, so they don't feel pain and don't move.

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  16. Cat Vaccinations

    What exactly are cat vaccinations?

    Cat vaccinations are when we give your cat or kitten n or your injections, and these injections are tiny amounts of a piece of a virus that stimulate an immune response.

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  17. Emergencies

    In the event of an emergency during business hours, please call ahead, then proceed to our veterinary hospital immediately.

    For after hour emergencies, please contact the following veterinary emergency hospitals:

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  18. Dog Regenerative Medicine

    Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we are offering regenerative medicine as a cost-effective, proven, long-lasting healing, and pain relief utilizing your dog’s cells.

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  19. Dog Heartworm Prevention

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we offer Proheart 12 injection as a safe alternative for healthy dogs 1 year and older. 

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  20. Cat Arthritis

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  21. Dog Laser Healing Therapy

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  22. Dog Nutritional Health

    When it comes to nutrition, there's a lot of misleading information out there — that's why it's more important than ever that you have the facts you need to make informed decisions about your dog's health.

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  23. Cat Heartworm Disease

    What is heartworm disease?

    Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other parts of the world.

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  24. General Services

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  25. Kitten Wellness


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  26. Pain Management for Dogs

    Seeing your dog in pain can be hard to handle. Whether they have a sore paw, or they've been stung by a bee, you don't want to watch them suffering in any way. That is why at Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we can tailor a pain management protocol to suit your dog's best needs.

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  27. Cat Microchip

    What is a Cat Microchip?

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we use Home Again microchips for permanently identifying your cat. A cat microchip—the size of a grain of rice—goes beneath your cat's skin. This permanent ID can never be removed or become impossible to read.

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  28. Exotic Services

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  29. Puppy Wellness

    Congratulations on your newest addition! We are honored that you’ve chosen to include us in your journey. We look forward to watching them grow!

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  30. Dog Microchipping

    What is Dog Microchip?

    At Plymouth Veterinary Hospital, we use Home Again microchips for permanently identifying your dog. A dog microchip—the size of a grain of rice—goes beneath your dog's skin. This permanent ID can never be removed or become impossible to read.

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  31. Puppy Flea and Tick Prevention

    Flea and Tick Prevention for Your New Puppy

    After you have welcomed a new puppy into your home, it is essential to use all available resources to set your puppy up for a long and happy life.

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  32. Rabbits/Small Mammals

    Plymouth Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing top-notch care for rabbits and other small mammals. We believe exotic pets are just as important as dogs and cats, and we are pleased to offer this service to our community.

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