Your Wrigleyville Neighborhood Animal Hospital

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION

We will still be offering all services including daycare and grooming. We will not be offering boarding at this time. Contact us at (773) 698-7525 with any questions and visit our Facebook or Instagram page for the most recent updates.

Stay well, You friends at Wrigleyville Veterinary

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DOCTOR'S HOURS:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday Closed

VETERINARY CENTER HOURS:
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Sunday Closed

Your Veterinarian and Animal Hospital in Wrigleyville, Chicago

We're proud to call vibrant, pet-friendly Lakeview our home base. We absolutely love the neighborhood and the colorful culture tucked into this cozy corner of Chicago's northside. Pet parents between Racine and Lake Shore Drive are asking for local vets who will love their pets like their own and provide the expertise they need to raise a healthy pet in the city. At Wrigleyville Veterinary Center, we deliver all of that and more; offering not only a full-service general veterinary practice, but also a relaxing pet resort and doggie daycare center to meet all your daycare and grooming needs.

Your pet deserves an upgrade. Take a tour of our new state-of-the-art facility below!

Daycare

Need to keep your playful canine busy while you're away at work? We offer doggie daycare where pups can socialize, play, and get the most out of their day.

Grooming

Making your pet look pretty has its benefits, like keeping their coat clean and soft and preventing dandruff, parasites, mites, and more!

Wellness

With routine wellness exams, lab workups, vaccinations and parasite prevention, your pet can enjoy excellent lifelong health and consistent protection from disease.

Daycare

Need to keep your playful canine busy while you're away at work? We offer doggie daycare where pups can socialize, play, and get the most out of their day.

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Our Winning Team

Want the best? We'll give you the best. Take a moment and get to know the friendly, hard-working veterinarians that are a part of our outstanding lineup.

Full-Service Vet in Wrigleyville, Chicago:
We Have It All

Virtually every service your pet needs is provided under our roof, from general wellness medicine and dentistry to grooming and doggie daycare. We also offer extended hours and appointments, because we want to give your pet our full attention.

Plus, we offer the convenience of “full service” visits: Drop off your pet in the morning for a relaxing stay at our pet resort. We’ll then take care of their exam, vaccinations, grooming, and anything else they need while you’re at the game or at work.

Wellness Care Vaccinations Dental Care Surgery Doggie Daycare Grooming And more!

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