Veterinary Services Around the Clock at Naperville Animal Hospital
A hospitalized pet can take a turn anytime, requiring the attention of a veterinary professional. A sick pet may be lonely or afraid, and that stress can impede recovery. A boarded pet may require assistance or attention after business hours or during the night.
Naperville Animal Hospital understands pet owner concerns regarding the care of a recovering or boarded pet. We offer overnight observation and service for your animal, with veterinary assistants on-site throughout the night. Their duties include checking on and taking care of both hospitalized animal patients and our boarding guests. Should a problem arise, a veterinarian is always on call throughout the night for any animal staying with us.
For animals in intensive care, we offer state-of-the-art treatment rooms that serve as the nucleus of our hospital. Patients requiring intensive care, post-surgical recovery, fluid therapy, and oxygen administration are kept in this environment until they are out of danger and recovering well enough to go home. Veterinary assistants frequent this area, administering treatments, taking lab samples, and closely monitoring the condition of every patient.
Whether your pet is recovering from surgery, fighting a serious illness, or simply staying as our boarded guest, access to veterinary attention and quality service is a constant—day and night, 7 days a week.
Experience the difference of Naperville Animal Hospital, where our attention and service never ends.
Visit our Veterinarians & Staff page to become acquainted with the veterinary professionals caring for your special pet.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor's Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
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Promotion Extended! Save 20% on Dental Cleanings through March 31!
Dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health. Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian to check for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy!