DUE TO THE CURRENT STAY AT HOME ORDER WE ARE ONLY SEEING URGENT AND EMERGENCY APPOINTMENTS.
PLEASE BE PATIENT AS WE ARE EXPERIENCING A HIGHER THAN NORMAL CALL VOLUME.
Welcome to Wagnolia Veterinary Clinic!
All of us at Wagnolia Veterinary Clinic are incredibly excited to bring our compassion, expertise and dedication to animal health into the Uptown neighborhood!
We look forward to meeting you and your furry companions!
Please reference these articles by Prudent Pet Insurance featuring our DVM, Dr.Joshi
speaking on coronavirus and veterinary medicine topics.
Semi-annual wellness exams focus on whole body care - oral health, weight, preventive care, nutrition and behavioral health. Let's nip things in the bud before they become issues. Remember that pets age faster than us and need more frequent care because of this, especially geriatric pets.
Pets can experience emotional, social and psychological stresses just like us, but they manifest them differently from how we might. Sometimes a nuisance behavior needs veterinary involvement to resolve; never hesitate to ask if your pet has started to behave in a way that is causing you or him any stress.
Oral health is the cornerstone of the rest of our pets' health. Oral pain and infection can affect your pet's behavioral health, nutritional intake, and even his cardiovascular, liver and kidney health.
We promise to do our best to accommodate our patients when they are experiencing an emergency; please call us right away if your pet has or is experiencing an emergency and we'll help you figure out what to do.
Lifestyle-appropriate immunizations are one of the safest and most effective means of ensuring that your pet is protected against the diseases that she will most likely be exposed to during the course of her life. Her risk of exposure to different diseases may change year to year, and we will discuss that with you. We vaccinate every three years for certain diseases, and use only cat-friendly vaccines for our feline patients.
Anesthesia is undoubtedly a scary concept for many pet owners, but rest assured that Wagnolia enlists state-of-the-art anesthetic monitoring equipment, medications and a dedicated technician to monitor every patient for every surgery. We complete preanesthetic blood work to ensure we've unrooted any potential issues before we administer anesthesia.
Microchip placement can make the difference between life and death for many lost pets. We can place a microchip for your pet at anytime. If you've found a lost dog or cat, please bring it in and we can check whether it has a chip and help you contact its owner if it does!
ABOUT OUR CLINIC
Wagnolia Veterinary Clinic is a progressive, state-of-the-art veterinary clinic offering integrative medicine to patients in the Uptown neighborhood and all across Chicago.
Dr. Joshi and her fellow Wagnolians value the human-animal bond, a concept centered on our physical, emotional and psychological connection with our pets. We understand that when you walk into our veterinary clinic, you are putting your complete trust in us to assure the well-being and comfort of your pet. On the other hand, we know that you want to keep your pet at his best and recognize that medicine isn't one-size-fits-all; every pet will need an individualized plan of action to achieve optimum health and wellness. We will always spend the time you need to determine that path.
Wagnolia Veterinary Clinic is the product of sincere dedication, a constant commitment to learning and maintaining progressive medical techniques and treatments, and a group of individuals whose number one priority is to make your pet's visit (and yours!) as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
We encourage you to call us, review our website and simply just stop by and say hi! Rain or shine, we will always have treats!
4600 N Magnolia Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
Monday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
We are closed on the following holidays:
Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day