Illness, Injury, Hospital Care and more

Since 1959

Providing High Quality Veterinary Care


We treat patients in a friendly, compassionate environment while keeping owners well informed. Our team of veterinarians are able to treat your companion animal for a variety of illnesses and injuries. Pets are commonly brought in and treated for such things as: vomiting, diarrhea, respiratory symptoms, dehydration, parasite infections, ear infections, anal gland infections, skin conditions, allergies, ingested toxins or foreign objects, injuries due to falls, cars, etc.

Chronic conditions such as; obesity, kidney disease, heart disease, chronic pain, periodontal disease, diabetes, arthritis and more are also treated by our team of medical professionals. Contact us today to learn more about our treatment services available. 


If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency during our regularly scheduled business hours please call us 847-256-1131 for immediate assistance and care. Terry Animal Hospital is fully equipped with some of the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and equipment such as; ultrasound, x-rays and same day lab testing.


In the event that your companion pet has an after-hours emergency or needs care beyond our equipment or capabilities we will work to refer your care to the nearest provider. 

Internal Medicine Offerings


Full Diagnostics

Medical Treatment

Surgical Intervention

X-Rays & Ultrasound

Dental Care

Signs To Watch For In Your Pet

If you are noticing any of the following symptoms in your pet, please call us to have an evaluation, as many of these may be indicators of underlying disease.

  • A noticeable reduction of energy or enthusiasm
  • Changes in appetite such as a loss of appetite, or sudden increase or decrease in appetite
  • Weight loss/gain
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Increased drinking or urination
  • Uncharacteristic & inappropriate urination or defecation in the home
  • Physical limitations such as limping, difficulty rising, walking or climbing stairs
  • Foul smell coming from the ears or mouth
  • Eye or nose discharge
  • Wounds that are not healing
  • Shaking head
  • Ongoing coughing and or sneezing
  • Excessive scratching
  • Confusion, disorientation, anxiety, changes in sleep patterns, or pacing
  • New lumps or bumps
  • Any other sudden or progressive change you note in your pet’s attitude or behaviors

Client Testimonials

Front desk staff is very friendly and professional. Elizabeth is wonderful. She and Dr. Blose are the two reasons we keep coming back!! Have recommended TAH to many people

Chuck & Kim

“Very positive experience! Doctors are extremely friendly, take time to answer any questions and provide thorough exam of your pet. Doctors and staff take phone calls any time to answer questions and make recommendations between appointments. Very gentle and sweet with my guineas!”

I never worry about bring Carmella to Terry Animal Hospital. There is a feeling of great relief that going to the vet is no longer an issue since changing to Terry Animal Hospital.


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