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Welcome to Kalamazoo Animal Hospital

Where family pets find loving care

Your Veterinarian in Kalamazoo, Michigan
For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians, call us at 269-381-1570 or contact us via e-mail.


Kalamazoo Animal Hospital offers excellence in veterinary care to the pets in Kalamazoo and the surrounding communities, including: Portage, Comstock, Parchment, Oshtemo, Mattawan, Otsego, Plainwell, Schoolcraft, and Vicksburg. 

Our veterinarians and the rest of the skilled team are committed to providing thorough, compassionate veterinary care to address all of your pet's needs throughout his or her life. Our team's goal is to assist your pet in living a longer, healthier, and happier life.

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Whether your pet needs a wellness check-up and vaccinations or is sick, we are here to help. We can help your pet feel better regardless if the problem is unusual aches and pains, vomiting or diarrhea, dental disease, intestinal parasites, or something else entirely. We also offer comprehensive dental cleanings under anesthesia and surgical services including spays, neuters, lump removals, and more. 

Kalamazoo Animal Hospital offers a well stocked in-house pharmacy, an online pharmacy for home delivery of medication and prescription pet foods, an in-house laboratory for fast results on many blood and urine tests, digital radiology for both full body x-rays and dental x-rays, and a modern surgery suite with both traditional and laser surgery. Our veterinarians provide nutrition and behavior consults in addition to lifelong care from puppy and kittenhood through a pet's senior years. 

When you and your pet visit Kalamazoo Animal Hospital, our experienced veterinarians and caring support staff will tend to the needs of your cherished pet with comprehensive veterinary care and professional support to you as the owner.beagle_with_kittens.jpg

We hope you will take a moment to explore our website or visit our Facebook page and learn more about what we have to offer you and your pet. Please call 269-381-1570 or e-mail us for further information or to set up an appointment. If we do not yet have an account on file for you, please register as a new client. We would be honored to welcome you and your pet to our practice.  

At Kalamazoo Animal Hospital, pets are part of the family. We will treat your pets as if they are our own. 

       Dr. Kelly Flanagan | Dr. KaeDee Shay | Dr. Allyson Klooster | Dr. Lisa Prudhomme

Dr. Ronald Moiles, Hospital Owner

Kalamazoo Veterinarian | Kalamazoo Animal Hospital | 269-381-1570

3301 South Burdick Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49001



Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Flanagan was great, spent time making Howie comfortable (he's a nervous boy) and giving him a through examination. She also had gone through his file, referencing a few particulars about him, and it was great to know that the notes in his file were being looked at."
    Regina G.
  • "I found the whole staff to be professional and efficient without sacrificing one iota of kindness. The atmosphere is friendly and easy-going. My pets and I immediately felt comfortable. Prices seemed fair, though it's hard to compare. Most of all, the doctor really took the time to explain options and answer questions. She inspires confidence."
    Lorraine A.
  • "I have been coming to this vets office for over 20 years, I am happy with the service."
    Debbie N.
  • "I've been using Kalamazoo animal hospital for over 30 years they've always taken good care of all my animals great staff !"
    Rita R.

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