7225 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60645
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Tuesday to Friday: 8:00 AM–2:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM–2:00 PM
Please note, the Veterinary Wellness Center currently has limited appointment availability. Appointments will be released as they become available, please check back regularly.
What services are available for my pet?
The VWC offers appointments for spay and neuter services, vaccinations, microchipping, heartworm testing, FeLV/FIV testing, and preventative bloodwork.
How do I book an appointment?
You can book your appointment via our website here. You will have the option to choose an appointment for spay and neuter services or our vaccine clinic (quick wellness check and vaccines, microchip, FeLV/FIV or heartworm testing, or preoperative bloodwork etc.)
What if I need an appointment for both spay/neuter and vaccines?
We can vaccinate your pet at the same time of their spay/neuter appointment! When making your appointment, please choose spay/neuter as the appointment type and then add the needed vaccinations during the last step under services.
Please note, distemper vaccinations (FVRCP/DA2PP) are included at no cost with all spay/neuter appointments.
If you would like to have your pet vaccinated before their surgery appointment, we can see them on a separate visit. When making your appointment, please choose vaccine clinic as the appointment type and add any vaccinations needed at the last step under services.
If you have additional questions, please reach out to our Client Service Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org
My pet is already spayed/neutered, can I still use your clinic?
Yes! We have a vaccine clinic that is open every Saturday from 9am-2pm, by appointment only. Make your appointment on our booking page here.
Can I make an appointment for my sick or injured pet?
At this time, the Tree House Veterinary Wellness Center operates as a spay/neuter and vaccine clinic and not a full service clinic. This means that we are not able to see or treat sick or injured pets. We recommend you visit a primary care or full service veterinary clinic.
HERE is a list of veterinary clinics in the Chicagoland area.
Contact your local emergency vet for any life-threatening/urgent issues.