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22530 West Warren Ave

Redford, Michigan 48239 United States

(313) 274-2330

Monday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Welcome to West Warren Veterinary Hospital in Detroit, MI

If you’re seeking a highly qualified veterinarian in Detroit, MI or the surrounding counties in Michigan, you’ll appreciate the diversity and convenience of our treatment and wellness plans. Dr. Loveleen Sahota has the experience and knowledge required to offer pet care for more than cats and dogs. Here at West Warren Veterinary Hospital, our patients include rabbits, reptiles, birds, pocket pets and even small farm animals. Here are just a few benefits of becoming a patient of our compassionate full-service veterinary clinic.

Services Offered by Our Dearborn Veterinarian

Our Dearborn veterinarian, Dr. Sahota, and her team at the West Warren Veterinary Hospital are always on call for you and your beloved pets. We want to be there every step of the way from that first check up and through every illness or emergency that crops up. Just a few of our pet care services include:

Wellness Exams

In-house Diagnostics

Vaccinations

Spay and Neuter Services

Pet Boarding

Pet Grooming

Pet Dentistry

Minor and Major Surgical Procedures

Urgent Care and Emergency Services

Nutritional Advice

Pest Treatment and Prevention

As you can see, when we say that we are a full service Dearborn Heights veterinarian — we indeed have the right tools and a caring staff to keep your pets happy and healthy. We truly treat you and your pets just like a member of our valuable family here at West Warren Veterinary Hospital.

Discover the Ease and Convenience We Provide Every Patient

We want you and your pet to be 100 percent comfortable in our offices at all times. While we’re a kid-friendly clinic, we take pride in maintaining a clean and calm environment that puts pets and owners at ease before and after each visit. In fact, our streamlined online access to schedule appointments and fill out medical history forms helps make your visit as painless and stress-free as possible.

You’ll also enjoy 24/7 access to your pet’s entire medical file online, so if there are changes in their health or they require medical attention while you’re out of town, everything you need is just a click away. We also offer a variety of informational articles in our blog and resources in our new patient center to keep you posted even when your pet is in optimal health.

Let Us Be Your Detroit Veterinarian

Request an appointment online to make an appointment with our experienced Detroit veterinarian now, or give us a call at (313) 274-2330 to schedule your visit. If you have an emergency situation outside of office hours, we’re still available to help you get the treatment your pet needs. Come and see what truly compassionate pet care is all about at West Warren Veterinary Hospital. We proudly serve Redford, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights and the surrounding area in Detroit, MI.

Testimonials

  • "West Warren is a clean facility with trained doctors and caring assistants! I've been going here to countless years and they never let me down. They have a great boarding facility and unbeatable prices! I highly recommend this clinic to anyone with a cat or dog!"
    Casandra Smith
  • "It's an amazing staff. Very clean and the prices are reasonable. They're experienced, compassionate and knowledgeable."
    Shanna McGee

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