Serving Illinois’ Pets Since 1975
From preventive care to illness to surgery, the team at Lindenhurst Animal Hospital can handle virtually all of your pet’s needs. Our 6,400 square foot, full-service facility is equipped with diagnostic, treatment, surgery, and hospitalization areas as well as boarding and bathing for established patients. We proudly provide compassionate care with high quality veterinary care to dogs and cats in and around Lake County, Illinois.
We place a strong emphasis on your pet’s comfort and creating a stress-free visit, which is why we have separate dog and cat entrances. We also strive to strengthen the bond between you and your four-legged friend through exceptional service and education. Our friendly, knowledgeable team is committed to your pet’s ongoing health, from youth through their golden years.
About Our Hospital
Our hospital opened its doors to the Lindenhurst community as a one-doctor practice in 1975 and has been welcoming new dogs and cats ever since. Over the years, our facility grew in staff and patient numbers, and in 1996, we built a brand new, larger facility down the street to better accommodate our patients and clients. We have always worked hard to provide high-quality veterinary medicine in a patient- and client-centered atmosphere, and we continue to uphold that mission today.
About Our AAHA Accreditation
We chose to seek accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) in order to demonstrate our desire to provide the best possible veterinary care. AAHA is the leading veterinary association that sets the standards of veterinary hospital excellence in over 20 different areas of care. Veterinary practices that maintain these standards are evaluated on a regular basis to earn the honor of accreditation. We accepted the challenge, and in 1990 became AAHA-accredited. Our choice to become accredited and continue our accreditation proves our commitment to pets and to the people who love them.
Fueled by our love for animals, we work with several local animal organizations including Underdog Rescue and the Lake County Spay and Neuter program. This organization offers spaying and neutering to families who can’t afford these services for their pets. We also work with the Masonic Service Association. This association provides fully trained service dogs for wounded veterans. Ultimately, the goal of our involvement is to help pets, clients, and service men/women of Illinois down the road to wellness, and connect animals with their forever family in a loving home.