Hawthorne Animal Hospital in Glen Carbon and Troy is committed to every pet at every stage of their life. If your puppy mistakes your sock for food or your older dog needs a little hands-on therapy to quiet the creaking in their joints, we’re here to address every bellyache, bump or broken bone that may come your pet’s way—night or day. Just as important, we keep them healthy by tailoring wellness and preventative care to their age, breed and lifestyle.
As a top-rated veterinarian clinic and 24-hour pet hospital, Hawthorne is staffed with veterinarians, technicians and technicians trained in the latest advanced pet care treatments for dogs, cats and exotics. Our full line of medical services includes:
During your pet’s annual visit, their doctor will perform an exam to identify any causes of concern, run labs as necessary, and educate you on ways to help your pet live their healthiest life.
When it comes to our pet’s health, it’s much more affordable to prevent a disease than treat it. Hawthorne veterinary clinic administers annual vaccines for dogs and cats to fight off infections.
Spay and neuter surgery not only prevents unexpected litters from filling your home, but also lowers your pet’s cancer risk, helps improves their behavior and increases their chances of living longer.
When your pet is in crisis, you can’t wait for your vet clinic to open—you need help now. Hawthorne is the only 24-hour emergency animal hospital serving the St. Louis Metro East.
Our medical team provides your pet with continual monitoring as well as extra attention and love as they recover from surgery in the comfort of our advanced Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Hawthorne’s veterinarians are experts in routine and advanced procedures, from abdominal surgery to complex orthopedics, making us the top surgical referral clinic in Madison and St. Clair counties.
Wondering why your cat has been limping or your dog doesn’t want to eat? Hawthorne can get right to the root of their injury or illness with our laboratory, radiology and ultrasound services.
If your pet is diagnosed with cancer, there is hope. We offer customized in-clinic and at-home chemotherapy treatment plans that target the tumor and help prevent it from spreading.
We can help your pet bounce back after an injury, restore mobility lost to arthritis and age, and improve their quality of life with physical therapy, including our state-of-the-art underwater treadmill.
Our vets focus on your pet’s wellness throughout their lives—including when it’s time to say good-bye. Our hospice, palliative care and euthanasia services provide comfort in your pet’s final days.
By taking care of your pet’s smile now with a yearly cleaning, you can prevent many life-threatening medical conditions that start in an infected tooth or in swollen gums.
For more information on any of our medical services for your pet, contact our team at 618-288-3971.