Services

We're pleased to offer the following services in our Bolingbrook Veterinary Clinic:

kitty1.pngExaminations

Brookville Animal Hospital performs a full physical examination on any pet visiting our office. This includes checking the eyes, ears, mouth, and nose, listening to the heart and lungs, and examining the abdomen and outer anatomy of the animal. A complete patient history, including any medical records available, is extremely helpful.

Vaccinations

Brookville Animal Hospital follows the latest recommendations and guidelines developed by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Vaccination protocols are individualized based on age, health status, lifestyle, and travel habits. Dogs and cats require their first vaccinations at 6-8 weeks of age, boosters every 3-4 weeks until they are 4 months old, and annually thereafter. For more information, please see the Tips & Info section on our Links page.

Grooming

At Brookville Animal Hospital basic grooming services include bathing, brushing the coat, and trimming the nails. Haircuts and trims, deshedding, nail Dremeling, dental cleaning, and other services are also available at competitive prices. Kelli Lysek is our groomer. She loves to groom all breeds of dogs and cats. She has nine years of grooming experience.

Emergencies

In the event of an emergency during our normal office hours, please call ahead if possible and proceed directly to our practice. After hours, we can be reached at our regular phone number to handle emergencies. The veterinarian may provide advice, arrange to meet at our office, or refer you to a 24-hour emergency clinic in the case that continual supervision is necessary. These facilities include:

Blood, Urine, and Fecal Analysis

Brookville Animal Hospital is equipped to perform many tests in-house so that results are provided in only a few minutes. We also use the services of referral labs when more extensive tests are necessary; results from these facilities are usually returned within 24 hours.

Diagnostic Technology

At Brookville Animal Hospital X-rays are used to help diagnose certain conditions by revealing internal structures. We perform and develop x-rays on site and they are interpreted by our veterinarian. Ultrasounds provide more information about the conditions of internal organs. We utilize the services of travelling specialists to perform ultrasound-guided biopsies and fine needle aspirations. EKG and ECG imaging techniques help to evaluate abnormalities in the heart rhythm and identify other heart conditions.

Dental Care

Dental health affects your pet’s entire body. Tooth and gum disease are often painful and can also lead to infections in the mouth that may spread to other areas of the body. We recommend regular at-home brushing as well as annual professional scaling and polishing. For this outpatient procedure, we anesthetize your pet, remove the plaque and tartar from their teeth, and polish them for a bright white smile.

Senior Pet Care

To help your older pets live long, healthy, and comfortable lives, we provide semi-annual exams, blood pressure monitoring, and senior blood panels. If your pet suffers from arthritis, we offer several different modes of treatment to help keep him or her comfortable.

Spay & Neuter

Spaying (removal of female reproductive organs) or neutering (removal of male reproductive organs) should be performed when your pet is 4-6 months of age. These procedures require general anesthesia, so we use the safest methods available and continuously monitor your pet’s heart rate and oxygen saturation at all times.

Orthopedic Surgeries

We offer orthopedic surgeries for bone and joint problems. For cranial cruciate ligament ( CCL or ACL) we offer procedures like extracapsular tibio-fabellar suture techniques, TTA and TPLO.

Other Surgery

Brookville Animal Hospital performs surgical procedures to remove lumps or masses from the skin and other soft tissues and to treat gastrointestinal problems and infections of the uterus or other organs. We also perform Cesarean sections to safely deliver new puppies and kittens in cases with pregnancy complications. 

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  • "Wouldn't think of anywhere else to bring my dogs! Thank you Dr. Lehal, you will always hold a special place in my heart."
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