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Southwest Michigan Animal Emergency Hospital and Veterinary Referral Center provides comprehensive and compassionate 24 hour Animal Emergency Care for your pet(s). Because emergencies are never planned, the Southwest Michigan Animal Emergency and Referral Hospital operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week handling unexpected trauma, illness and injuries. Our ER facility is staffed at all times by highly skilled, compassionate doctors, technicians and vet assistants capable of handling even the most complicated and demanding pet emergencies. If possible, please call our facility before you arrive so we can be prepared to meet you at our entrance door. Since our hospital is staffed 24/7 you can call at any time. Once we have examined your pet, a veterinarian or technician will provide you with an assessment of your pet's treatment options, plan and cost.
To provide high quality animal emergency and surgical services to assist your pet in living a longer, happier, and healthier life.
To provide our clients with access to cutting edge products and services and authoritative educational content focusing on enhancing the human animal bond.
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