Terry Animal Hospital

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Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association

Frequently Asked Questions

During your visits with our veterinary staff at Terry Animal Hospital we strive to always keep pet owners well informed by means of ongoing communication. Whether you are a new client or a long standing client, feel free to reach out to us with your pet related questions. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.

What Are Your Hours?

Monday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
​Sunday Closed​

How Many Doctors Do You Have?

There are currently 5 doctors at Terry Animal Hospital: Dr. Richard Mattson, Dr. Julie Mattson, Dr. Sarah Blose, Dr. Caryl Buonopane, and Dr. Alison Fink. 

When Do I Need to Bring My New Pet In?

It is best to bring your new pet in within a day or two of getting them to make sure your new family member is healthy. 

Are You Currently Accepting New Patients

We are actively accepting new patients in the form of felines, canines, and exotics. Our Animal Hospital serves animals from Wilmette, Evanston, Northfield, Glenview, Northbrook, Highland Park, Rogers Park, and all of surrounding Chicagoland.

Do You See Exotic Pets?

Our Veterinarians are available to treat most companion animals, including: dogs, cats, small mammals, small reptiles and birds.

We commonly treat: Gerbils, Guinea Pigs, Ferrrets, Snakes, Lizards, Parrots and more.

What Types of Payment Do You Accept?

We accept cash, check, visa, mastercard, discover, amex, and care credit.

Dangerous Foods For Dogs

Dangerous Foods For Dogs

Like most dog parents, you may occasionally sneak some "people" food to your dog. Though most of the time this is relatively harmless, there are some foods that SHOULD BE AVOIDED. Below is a list of common foods, beverages, or additives found in most American...

Offering 15% Off Dental Procedures

Offering 15% Off Dental Procedures

This October we want to bring as much awareness to the importance of pet dental care as possible. As such we thought it benefitical to offer 15% off all dental procedures. Learn more about our Veterinary Dental Care available by calling us today: 847-245-1131  ...

This September We Celebrate Pet Wellness

This September We Celebrate Pet Wellness

This September we want to bring as much awareness to the importance of pet wellness as possible. As such we thought it benefitical to offer 10% off all pet wellness screenings. Learn more about our Wellness Care available by calling us today: 847-245-1131  ...

Why Do Wellness Testing

Why Do Wellness Testing

Why do wellness testing?  Wellness testing is a program of check-ups and blood tests designed to detect early or hidden disease in pets that you are confident are HEALTHY!!!  Dogs and cats are very good at masking illness and disease which present NO OUTWARD SIGN....

National Pet Fire Safety Day

National Pet Fire Safety Day

July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day. As such we thought it was important to share with you some tips you can follow to keep your pets safe from house fires. These tips and more information can be found at the American Kennel Club Pet Proof the Home – Take a walk...

Tips for Traveling by Plane with a Dog.

Tips for Traveling by Plane with a Dog.

It is that time of year where families all over the country are traveling for vacation or relocating. If you find yourself in need of flying with your canine we urge you to consider these tips from American Kennel Club Be Sure to Do Your ResearchWhile there are...

Dog Bite Prevention

Below is some valuable information regarind Dog Bite Prevention from the The American Veterinary Medical Association  If you are concerned about your dog's behanvior, temporment or overall health be sure to schedule an appointment today. There are many different...

April is Dental Month

Schedule a dental cleaning during the month of April and receive 15% off! Terry Animal Hospital knows that ongoing preventative dental care is an important component of your pet’s ability to live longer, healthier, and happier lives. Our team of veterinarians will...

New Study Finds Overweight Dogs Live Shorter Lives

New Study Finds Overweight Dogs Live Shorter Lives

New reporting from the The American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine are highlighting 20 years of research showing that overweight dogs of all breeds experience shorter lifespans. The study analyzed 50,000 dogs and 12...

In Recognition of National Poison Prevention Week

This week is National Poison Prevention Week. As such, it is a great reminder of just how many potential dangers are in our homes. Here we have a list of common household items that are poisonous and dangerous to your pets. If you suspect that your pet has ingested...

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