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Video Resources for Pet Care Tips and Health Advice

Dr. Davis describes all the things you can expect from a Nose-to-Tail exam of your dog when you come to our clinic. She also discusses the frequency of when these annual (or bi-annual) wellness exams should happen.

Dr. Davis describes all the things you can expect from our Nose-to-Tail exam of your cat when you come to our veterinary clinic in Glen Carbon or Troy. She also discusses how frequently you need a thorough exam.

Dr. Myer talks about how our latest service, Sit.Stay.Heal., offers our pet owners the option to text us to see if their pet needs to be seen or just monitored.

Dr. Amber Spaur talks about the measures we are taking at Hawthorne Animal Hospital to ensure the safety of you and your pet during COVID-19.

Dr. Jennifer Davis discusses some safety measures you need to be aware of if you are taking your dog to the dog park, as well as vaccines and other necessary health concerns you should also be aware of.

Dr. Paul Myer discusses what it means to be AAHA accredited and why we take it very seriously at our clinic.

Dr. Jennifer Davis shares the story of Titan, a doberman pinscher, that was suffering from blastomycosis. She explains what this is, and why it was necessary to bring him to our facility for treatment.

Dr. Kirk Hubbard is explaining the importance of vaccines – and how our clinic can make it easy for you and your pet to stay up to date on your vaccines.

Introducing Christine at our Dog Park. She is here to show you some of the commands that we teach in our Basic Obedience Class. Learn more here and visit our website for more information!

Dr. Hubbard explains our new Wellness Care Plans that we have available at our clinic. These plans are customizable to you and the lifestyle of your pet. Learn more about them here.

If you have the drive to hit the ground running and the desire to expand your skills in all areas of care, Hawthorne Animal Hospital offers expert-led clinical training you won’t find anywhere else. We are the largest AAHA-accredited regional animal hospital in Southern Illinois. Hawthorne is staffed with a full team of experienced veterinarians, each one dedicated to making your first years in the field a success.

Dr. Amber Spaur is here with one of our groomers, Gayle, to talk about the various methods we use to make your pet more comfortable if they get anxious during grooming.

Christine Winkless, one of our certified trainers at the Dog House, is here to give you some helpful tips on how to prepare your puppy for grooming to help ease their anxiety.

We would like to introduce you to our superstar dog groomer, Gayle! Learn all about Gayle’s background, experience, and all the knowledge she has to take good care of your dog!

Sergeant Zack Spaur of the Litchfield Police Department is here with his canine counterpart, Wookie, to explain more about our Angel Fund.

Bringing home a new pet or a baby, or even a new object, can cause some anxiety with the pets you currently have. Jen is here to share some tips on how to get them acclimated before and during this exciting time.

Jen is here to explain how we can help if your pet suffers from anxiety. There are a lot of things you can do at home to help create a “Fear Free” environment for your pet. And if you need more support, we’re always here to help!

If your pet has to be put under anesthesia for any reason, we know it can be scary for you. Listen as our vet tech, Sadie, explains how the process works and all the measures we are taking to ensure the health and safety of your pet during this process.

Hawthorne Animal Hospital, a small animal hospital and veterinary clinic, serves St. Louis Metro East area, including the communities of Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Maryville, Troy, Alton, Granite City, Collinsville, Highland, Wood River, Roxana, Bethalto, Godfrey, Worden, and Hamel.