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Fat Cats

Obesity in cats is reaching epidemic proportions with more than half of U.S. cats overweight or obese.

Ugh! Is that my dog's breath?!

You've had a tough day at work, you turn the key and a mob of overjoyed, energetic and panting dogs rushes you. Such a greeting! Like they've been desperately waiting all day for you to walk...

Silent Auction in our lobby to benefit Mott Children's Hospital

Hello A2AH friends! Have you been in to the clinic recently and noticed a display table set up on the "Dog" side of our lobby? If you haven't had a chance yet, mosey on over and take a look at the...

Edmund the Instagram star!

Edmund is a rescue pitbull mix. He's loyal, protective, and a bit mischievous! His mother was rescued in Detroit, while pregnant with Edmund & his nine siblings, in February 2015. We adopted...

Cancer and your pet

You've found an unusual lump on your cat and you're concerned—could it be cancer? Before you get worked up, take a breath and know that pet cancer is actually extremely common and that a cancer...

Keep your dog safe and comfortable on winter walks

 

Get out and enjoy the ambiance that only a snowy winter can provide!

Meet Kipper, the therapy dog.

Kipper is a 4.5 yo Golden Doodle. He has been a member of my home for the past 3 yrs and we are entering our 3rd year as members of Therapaws of Michigan. I always wanted a Golden Doodle and to...

Christmas and New Year holiday hours

Ann Arbor Animal Hospital's Primary Care will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (December 24th and 25th) as well as New Year's Eve and New Year's Day (December 31st and January 1st). ...

Santa and pet photos 2017!

It was a blustery Wednesday afternoon and we were busy setting up Christmas decorations to set the scene for our Santa/pet Photos. The first major snow storm of the season did not keep people away...

Meet gentle Opal (RIP), our December pet of the month

This is Opal our Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen (GBGV). She is 8 years old and is full of joy. She is an affectionate and loving hound who has been diagnosed with a heart based tumor. Every day she...

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2150 West Liberty St.
Ann ArborMI 48103

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