General Information

We are pleased to offer the following services at Animal House Veterinary Hospital:

Soft Tissue Surgeries

Dental Prophylaxis 

Microchip Implants

Orthopedic Surgeries 

Exotic patient exams

Annual wellness exams

Various Vaccinations

Heartworm Testing

Digital Radiography

In-House Labwork

Health Certificates

DNA Testing


Hill's Prescription Diet


Our appointment schedule is computerized which allows us to quickly and efficiently make appointments for you and your pet.  Our receptionists' and team members will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability.  If you are an established client and have an emergency during regular business hours, please call the hospital immediately so that our staff will be prepared to assist upon arrival if needed. (An established client is classified as client with a pet that is brought in on a routine basis and has been examined by one of our doctors within the past year.)

Types of Pets Seen

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Rabbits, Kinkajous, Chinchillas, Ferrets, etc.
  • Pocket Pets - Sugar Gliders, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Rats, Gerbils, Mice, etc.
  • Non-Human Primates - Marmosets, Capuchins, Macaques, Spider Monkeys, etc.
  • Most Birds (except Raptors)
  • Most Reptiles (non-venomous)

New clients will receive 15% off the first exam when you mention our website.

Call us today to set up an appointment!

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


8:00 am

6:00 pm


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6:00 pm


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6:00 pm


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6:00 pm


8:00 am

6:00 pm


8:00 am

1:00 pm





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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We love animal house!!! Dr. Kennedy and his vet techs are wonderful and always willing to help us! The office staff are amazing, very helpful,and super sweet!"
    Taylor S.

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