Halloween Pet Costume Contest

Send us photos of your Pet in costume for a chance to win a Prize Basket!
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Please pardon our dust! Construction is underway at Wright Animal Hospital to upgrade our hospital.

Renovations underway at Baldwin Harbor Animal HospitalFeatures will include all newly-remodeled surgery, kennel and treatment areas. We are also adding an additional surgical space, and an area designed specifically for dental procedures and chemotherapy.

Renovations are expected to be complete later this fall, and we will remain open during the process. Please feel free to call us at (847) 299-0135 if you have questions.

We look forward to being able to see more patients and provide more care to our loyal clients with these upgrades. Check back here for photos of this exciting project!

During the entire month of October 2017, we are running our second annual Halloween Pet Costume Contest!

Dog and Cat in PumpkinTo enter, email a photo of your cat or dog in a Halloween costume to clientcare@wrightanimalhospital.com. Please include a short bio on your pet as well as your name and contact information. This contest is open to Illinois residents only.

Contest photos will be uploaded to our Facebook page, and the owner of the cat and dog with the most 'likes' on their photo will receive a prize basket with goodies!

Be sure to like Wright Animal Hospital on Facebook and join in on the fun. Winners will be announced on Friday, November 3, 2017.

For the month of August, Wright Animal Hospital is offering a 15% discount on vaccinations*. A Wellness exam must be performed before vaccinating. Call today to speak with our Client Care Specialists and schedule an appointment.

Pet Vaccine NeedleKeeping your pet up-to-date on their vaccines is important to keep both you and your furry friend healthy and safe. Though there are many, here are the Top 5 Reasons you should Vaccinate Your Pet:

  1. To prevent many pet illnesses.
  2. To avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented.
  3. To prevent diseases that can be passed not only from animal to animal but also from animal to human.
  4. To protect pets from diseases from wildlife such as rabies, distemper, Leptospirosis, Lyme, & influenza
  5. County & state laws require certain vaccinations for pets, But also Boarding & Grooming facilities, training classes, dog parks, Housing facilities, traveling etc.

*This offer excludes Rabies vaccinations & county tag

clay paw printWright Animal Hospital now offers commemorative clay paw print kits for your pets!

It’s a great way to preserve the memories and mark milestones of different stages of life, from puppyhood to adulthood, to those precious senior years. Each paw print will have its own unique markings. It also makes a great gift for the upcoming Father’s Day, or any occasion!

For more information and pricing, please speak to one of our friendly Client Care Specialists at (847) 299-0135.

Now offering laser therapy for pets!We are thrilled to announce that we now offer laser therapy for pets!

Laser therapy is a surgery-free, drug-free, and non-invasive treatment to relieve pain for pets. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, the laser has been shown to provide relief and speed healing. 

cat friendly practiceWright Animal Hospital has been approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) as a Cat Friendly Practice – Silver Status!

According to the AAFP, even though there are millions more pet cats than there are pet dogs in the United States, cats visit the veterinarian much less frequently. This is largely because of the stress that comes with vet visits for cats and their owners.

At Wright Animal Hospital, we strive to make your visit to the doctor with your feline companion as stress-free as possible. We offer a full range of preventive care services to keep your cat living a longer, happier life – as well as a feline-only waiting area and a feline-exclusive exam room!

We are committed to your cat's health. Call us at (847) 299-0135 if you have questions about the AAFP's Cat Friendly Practice Program or the services we provide our feline patients.