Parkview Animal Hospital is conveniently located at 1972 Eleven Mile, Warren, MI 48091
We are on the South side of Eleven Mile, just East of Dequindre Road
Hours : Monday through Friday 8 AM to 8 PM and Saturday 8 AM to 5 PM
Our staff can be reached at 586-573-4760
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Adopting a Parkview Kitty
When Euthanasia is the Humane Choice
Our facility offers eight private exam rooms, a large treatment area, a four table surgical room, separate ICU area if needed, as well as separate feline and canine wards. Our lobby provides plenty of room to keep patients and owners comfortable before and after treatment.
We have eight doctors that are here to care for pet.
Dr. Jennifer Alexandar - a former veterinary assistant who rejoined our practice as a veterinarian
Jason Bazaszak - ,he also sees exotics
Dr. Courtney B. Farr - voted most compassionate and appreciated doctor of 2004
Dr. Deanna Newland - kind and compassionate
Dr. Marcin Rejniak - another veterinary assistant who rejoined our practice as a veterinarian
Dr. Judy Purdy - our newest veterinarian, highly recommended and well liked
Dr. Amy Stone - specializes in treatment and care of exotic pets
Dr. Kathleen Wilborn - has a strong interests in medicine in ultrasound
Our office manager, Nancy, is here to help in any situation that requires her expertise.
PARKVIEW PRICES The final cost for veterinary care depends on the diagnosis and prescribed treatment for each individual pet. Answering the question of "how much will it cost?" can sometimes be difficult. Our doctors will first need to examine your pet before they can accurately discuss the diagnosis, proper treatment and final cost.
However, there are some set costs that may help you in calculating fees prior to your visit. We have listed a few basic prices here for you to use as a general reference:
The EXAMfee for our feline and canine patients is $34
The EXAM fee for all our exotic patients is $47
VACCINES (FELINE): Please see our low cost cat vaccine page. We do not charge an office call or exam fee for routine vaccinations unless you pet is sick or has a problem which requires a veterinarian exam
VACCINES (CANINE) : Please see our low cost dog vaccination page. We do not charge an office call or exam fee for routine vaccinations unless you pet is sick or has a problem which requires a veterinarian exam
SPAY/NEUTER (FELINE) : The cost to spay a female cat starts at $76. The cost to neuter a male cat starts at $46. Both procedures have the laser option (+ $15) and the comfort pain option (+ $18). Costs necessary to bring your pet up to minimum surgery requirements would be additional. ***
SPAY/NEUTER (CANINE) : The cost to spay a female dog starts at $96. The cost to neuter a male dog starts at $86. Both procedures have the laser option (+ $15 to $30) and the comfort pain option (+ $18 to $30) and a weight charge of $1 per lb. over 30 lbs. Costs necessary to bring your pet up to minimum surgery requirements would be additional. ***
*** ALL spay/neuter surgeries : Additional charges will be applied if your pet is in heat, is pregnant, is monorchid, or has any other complications during surgery.
FELINE FRONT OR REAR DECLAW : The cost for a Feline front or rear declaw under 5 pounds is $107. This Cost includes the declaw fee, laser fee, and comfort injection fee. For cats over 5 pounds there is an additional fee of $2 per pound for each pound over 5 pounds. Costs necessary to bring your pet up to minimum surgery requirements would be additional.
FELINE FRONT AND REAR DECLAW : The cost for a Feline front and rear declaw for a cat under 5 pounds is $171. This fee includes the Front and Rear Declaw fee, Laser Fee and Comfort Injection Fee. For cats over 5 pounds there is an additional fee of $2 per pound for each pound over 5 pounds. Costs necessary to bring your pet up to minimum surgery requirements would be additional.
*** ALL SURGERIES: We do require your pet to be current on all vaccines and testing prior to surgery. Older pets do require extra care before and during surgery. Pets 5 years and older will require a preanesthestic blood panel prior costing $46 which includes a six test blood panel and CBC. Pets 8 years and older IV fluids costing $36 which helps to maintain blood pressure and prevent dehydration dehydration during and after surgical procedures.
LAB TESTS : Fecal test (stool sample)=$19 Mini blood panel=$36 Preanesthesic blood panel with CBC=$46 FIV/FeLV test=$35 Canine heartworm=$28
*** prices subject to change without notice ***
SCHEDULING Routine appointments (exams, vaccines, nail trims, etc.) should be scheduled ahead of time to ensure an opening with a doctor or a technician. All surgeries are scheduled Monday through Friday by appointment only. Surgical admissions begin at 8AM and end at 10AM. Surgical discharges start at 5PM and end at 7PM -- with the exception of feline declaw surgeries. All declaw patients stay overnight at our hospital and are discharged the following day after 11AM. All scheduled surgeries require the patient to fast after 9PM the night before surgery.
Water is fine for the patient up until time of surgery, however except for exotics, no food should be consumed after 9 PM the night before a surgery.
If your pet is left with us for any surgical procedure, we will contact you when the surgery is completed. At this time we can give you an accurate update of your pet’s condition and schedule a time for you to take your pet home.
Emergency Surgeries will take place by doctor’s discretion.
PET ADOPTIONS !!! Kittens and full grown cats can be adopted through our facility depending on availabilty. All Parkview kittens/cats are given a clean bill of health before they are adopted. Their veterinary care consists of the following:
A complete doctor's exam
Feline Leukemia and FIV testing with negative results for both
Six Test blood profile
Flea treatment & deworming medication
Distemper vaccine series starting at 8 weeks of age
FelV vaccine series starting at 9 weeks of age
1 year rabies vaccine at 4 months of age
The adoption fee for a Parkview kitten or cat is $150. We do post available pets for adoption here on our site, but for the most up to date information on who is available, please call us at 586-573-4760.
Animal Rescue Organizations
In addition to our own feline adoption program there are many rescue organizations in our area.The following is a partial list.
PARKVIEW OFFERS LASER SURGERY We recommend all surgical procedures be done with the laser. Using the laser, as apposed to a traditional scalpel, will result in less swelling, less pain and faster healing for your pet. This new technology is available at our hospital and recommended by all Parkview doctors and staff.
ADDITIONAL COMFORT Comfort pain injections are also recommended for all surgical procedures. Your pet will be given pain medication that stays in their system for 24 hours after the surgery is completed. This injection provides extra comfort for your pet and additional peace of mind for you, the owner.
WHEN EUTHANASIA IS THE HUMANE CHOICE Saying a final goodbye to your pet is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. We understand the emotional loss and heartache involved in this decision. When humane euthanasia is the best decision for your pet, we offer options to best suit your needs. For those who would like to be present during the procedure we provide a private room, doctor’s consultation, a clay paw memorial and as much time as you need to say your goodbye’s. We also understand that it may be better for you to let us take care of your pet during these difficult times. You may choose to leave your pet in our care to complete the euthanasia process in a timely and caring manner. We offer private cremation or group cremation as well as standard or special order urns. Our staff is here to make this difficult time as painless as possible.
After Hour Emergencies
Parkview Animal Hospital Open Hours
Monday through Friday 8am to 8pm
We are not associated with any emergency facility.Emergency Hospitals usually have very high fees and we do not recommend them for non-emergency care Please see our After Hours Emergeny Page Veterinary Emergency Care.
What can I do with Pet Portal?
You can use Pet Portal to manage your pet's health care and medication schedule, communicate with us online, and learn more about your pet's individual health and life-stage issues For more information and the Pet Portal link please click the Pet Portal tab on the top of this page.