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.

Signs of Illness in Exotic Pets

Signs of Illness in Exotic Pets

RECOGNIZABLE SIGNS OF ILLNESS IN EXOTIC PETS Sadly, by the time most exotic pets are brought to see us, they are very ill or severely injured and have little chance for a full recovery. Like dogs and cats, exotic pets will instinctively hide signs of their illness or...

What A Year!

What A Year!

We continue to be inspired by and grateful to all of you for the love and care you show, and allow us to share in, for your pets. The changes we have made to keep everyone safe have been challenging to all of us and we are so appreciative of your patience and...

October is Pet Dental Month

October is Pet Dental Month

Happy Autumn!  We are pleased to promote 10% off a complete oral health evaluation, assessment, and dental cleaning during the month of October.  Good oral health can eliminate lingering bad breath, prevent periodontal disease and painful infections.  Proper dental...

Preparing Your Pet for Your Return to Work

Preparing Your Pet for Your Return to Work

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has the following advice for preparing your pet for your return to work.   The AVMA recommends the following seven steps to get pets ready for your return to work: Slowly introduce your workday routines— The AVMA...

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

It is coming up on that part of summer... the 4th of July is right around the corner. You probably have already noticed the sounds of people gathered in the backyard, the smells of the barbecue going and even seen the fireworks being set off in your...

Fun Facts about Siamese Cats

Fun Facts about Siamese Cats

In celebration of National Siamese Cat Day (April 6, 2020) we thought it would be fun to share with you some of our favorite fun facts about Siamese Cats.  1) Siamese Cats are descended from felines born in Siam which is now modern day Thailand.  2) As of 2019, the...

Health of Your Pets During COVID-19 Pandemic

N e w s   f r o m:  TERRY ANIMAL HOSPITAL   Dear Families,Greetings to everyone- we hope you and your families (human and animal) are all doing well during this difficult time. The main concern of Terry Animal Hospital right now is how to continue to bring needed...

Benefits of Walking Your Dog

Benefits of Walking Your Dog

Like most dog parents, you may look out at the weather and have the internal debate to walk the dog or not. We have all been there. Especially if we have a backyard we can let them out in. February 22, 2020 is National Walking Your Dog Day. To celebrate we thought it...

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  ...

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