Oakland Hills Veterinary Hospital opened in January, 2012. We have created an environment to ensure comfort for our patients, their families and our employees in order to create an ideal environment to care for their dogs, cats and small mammals that you entrust to our care.
The owner of Oakland Hills Veterinary Hospital, Kathryn Christy, DVM, is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and is a licensed veterinarian in the state of Michigan. Dr. Christy has been a veterinarian for 24 years, and has worked at three small animal practices during that time.
The associate veterinarian, Emily Socks, DVM, is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and is a licensed veterinarian in the state of Michigan and Georgia.
Does your little monster love dressing up for Halloween? We want to see it! From October 1st through October 28th we will be accepting photos of your pets in costume. You can drop them off to us, send them in an e-mail, post them to our Facebook, or even send them in the mail, the […]
For many of us, the holiday season is officially starting this month. We’re ordering our turkeys, preparing our menus, and looking forward to our well-deserved nap and football time after Thanksgiving dinner. This isn’t the case for a large number of people throughout our communities, however. Far too many families are dreading Thanksgiving, unsure of where their next meal is coming from, let alone how to give their children a bountiful feast.
For nearly 40 years now Gleaners Community Food Bank has been working, and succeeding, at lessening the burden. Gleaners operates five distribution centers throughout Southeastern Michigan and provides food to 535 soup kitchens, food pantries, and shelters. Gleaners collects 34.5 million pounds of food a year and distributes 79,000 meals each day! Every dollar donated provides three meals and 93 cents of every donated dollar goes to food and food programs. OHVH is teaming up with Gleaners to help make sure everyone in our communities has a filling meal this Thanksgiving. For the first 3 weeks of November we will be accepting non-perishable food donations. All foods are welcomed, but those with a Thanksgiving theme are especially appreciated! Monetary donations are also welcomed. For just a small amount of your time and money you can help make sure everyone has a healthy, happy (and delicious) holiday!
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