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PET OF THE YEAR!
PET OF THE YEAR!!! This is the most prestigious award given to the most famous pet in Carol Stream (we’re not biased, are we?). Pet of the Year is nominated during the 2nd week of December. The nominees are chosen from the previous Pet of the Month winners and are voted upon on our Facebook page. The winner appears on the Carol Stream Animal Hospital calendar cover.
Check out the amazing Lilly! She won our hearts and is the most famous dog in the world (or at least in Carol Stream)!! Congratulations to Lilly for being PET OF THE YEAR!!
Get ready to VOTE ("LIKE") for the PET OF THE YEAR!! Carol Stream Animal Hospital has the greatest pets in the world, and now it's time to vote for the one who will be our calendar cover. Have fun listening to the VetBros tell you about each of the contestants. Every VOTE ("LIKE") counts! Voting starts early in December on the Carol Stream Animal Hospital Facebook page. Good luck to all our nominees!
Sundae is the sweetest pit bull in the world and is Carol Stream Animal Hospitals PET OF THE YEAR 2014! Watch and fall in love with Sundae, just as the rest of America has.
Please vote ("Like") for your favorite Pet of the Year nominee! Go to the Carol Stream Animal Hospital Facebook page to vote.
Meet Fritz our 2012 and Butters our 2013 Pet of the Year Winners!
We love CSAH! Dr. Contreras is our favorite. When my cat passed a couple of years ago and he was caring for him, he called to express his condolences. We are currently working on getting another one of our kitties healthy again, and he has been incredible. He is always so caring and informative.If you're looking for a great place to take your fur babies, this is the place! The rest of the staff is amazing, too!
- Kelly H.
Meet Our Team
"Do Your Eyes Water From the Noxious Fumes Emanating Out of Your Pet's Mouth? Have You Looked in your Pet's Mouth, Lately? You May be Surprised by What You See!Proper dental care contributes to the good health of your pet. Bad breath, inflamed, bleeding gums, discolored, loose or missing teeth are signs that your pet has dental disease. Left untreated, dental disease can weaken your pet's liver, kidneys and heart. This additional stress can affect your pet's health and shorten life expectancy.Beginning on January 1, 2017 and ending March 31, 2017, we are offering a $30.00 discount off the cost of your pet's dental cleaning. All pet's must be current on an annual physical exam and vaccinations. A blood panel is required to assure the safety of anesthesia. This panel can be done the day of the dental cleaning. If Well Pet lab tests have been done within the past 3 months, no additional blood testing will be required."