Did you know?

  • Dogs are a domesticated subspecies of the gray wolf.
Best Wishes for 2015!

A new tradition started approximately 5 years ago at Pulaski Animal Hospital where the employees who were working on New Years Eve gathered after closing to have a celebration. We would toast the completion of a good year and welcome the new year with hopes for health and prosperity. We would then gather to take a picture to share with Dr. Szpindor and other staff members not present. This year we would like to share the picture with you,our friends, family and clients and extend our best wishes for 2014!

Happy New Year!

 
February is Spay and Neuter month at Pulaski Animal Hospital

During the month of February Cook County Animal Control offers a Spay and Neuter program for dogs and cats of Cook County residents.

To be eligible for the $40.00 discount your pet must have a current Cook County rabies vaccine.
Limit 2 discounts per household.

Help prevent animal overpopulation in Cook County.

Call for an appointment.

 
We are AAHA Accredited and Celebrating!
AAHA Accredited for over 35 yearsOn October 11th, Pulaski Animal Hospital was again certified by the American Animal Hospital Association as a member hospital. We were evaluated on almost 900 veterinary standards of excellence [More]. We are proud to be one of the 15% of AAHA-accredited hospitals in the United States and Canada. Pulaski Animal Hospital is re-evaluated every 3 years and has been a member hospital for over 35 years. Being an AAHA member assures that your pets receive the best in patient care.
 
The Front Door is Open!!!

Your new reception roomOn Monday, June 18th, Pulaski Animal Hospital opened the new front door after 6½ long months of construction. There is still some work to be completed but nothing that prevents us from using the new space. Thank You to all of the clients for having patience during the rebuilding project. While you may have enjoyed sitting in our very cramped kitchen you are going to be amazed by and truly love your new reception room.

 
To Neuter or Not To Neuter?
That is the question!

Myths and facts. Making the decision to spay or neuter a pet is very difficult for some people. There are many myths about these procedures.

Facts. Spaying a female pet and neutering or castrating a male pet are surgical sterilization procedures. They are done to prevent the unwanted birth of animals by removing the reproductive organs. The procedures are done under general anesthesia so your pet does not feel pain or discomfort.
Age. Spaying and neutering are usually done when the animal is at least 6 months old.
Surgery. The surgery takes from 20 to 60 minutes. Your pet likely will spend one night in the hospital for monitoring and rest.
Home care is minimal.

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