Veterinary Clinic

    State Road Animal Health 5343 North State Road, Alma, MI 48801 Phone: 989.463.4486 stateroadah.com Dr. Weber: drweber@stateroadah.com Dr. Collins: drcollins@stateroadah.com Dr. Armstrong: drtom@stateroadah.com Prescription Refills:  pharmacy@stateroadah.com Why State Road Animal Hospital is the Expert State Road Animal Hospital has been in existence for over 40 years. Dr. Tom Armstrong has owned the practice since 1993. Since then, State Road Animal hospital has grown into a three doctor hospital that includes Dr. Laura Weber and Dr. Catherine Collins. In addition to wellness and preventive care for pets, State Road Animal Hospital also provides a wide range of diagnostic and surgical services, including orthopedic surgery, cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, therapeutic laser treatments and behavior training. In June, 2012, we became accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). In order to become AAHA accredited, a hospital must pass an evaluation that requires the highest standards of veterinary care to be practiced, and re-evaluations happen every two years. The newest service that began in January of 2013 is Weekend Urgent Care at State Road Animal Hospital…because pets get sick on the weekends, too. Urgent Care hours are from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm both Saturdays and Sundays. FAQs Q: Why should I get my female dog spayed when I don’t own a male dog? A: Female dogs that are not spayed have a much higher risk of developing mammary cancer or a serious, life-threatening uterine infection call a pyometra. So, getting your female dog spayed is better for her long term health and well-being. Q: Why should I use a flea prevention product on my cat if it never goes outside? A:...

Veterinary Clinic

    State Road Animal Health 5343 North State Road, Alma, MI 48801 Phone: 989.463.4486 stateroadah.com Dr. Weber: drweber@stateroadah.com Dr. Collins: drcollins@stateroadah.com Dr. Armstrong: drtom@stateroadah.com Prescription Refills:  pharmacy@stateroadah.com State Road Animal Hospital has been in existence for over 40 years. Dr. Tom Armstrong has owned the practice since 1993. Since then, State Road Animal hospital has grown into a three doctor hospital that includes Dr. Laura Weber and Dr. Catherine Collins. In addition to wellness and preventive care for pets, State Road Animal Hospital also provides a wide range of diagnostic and surgical services, including orthopedic surgery, cardiac and abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, therapeutic laser treatments and behavior training. In June, 2012, we became accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). In order to become AAHA accredited, a hospital must pass an evaluation that requires the highest standards of veterinary care to be practiced, and re-evaluations happen every two years. The newest service that began in January of 2013 is Weekend Urgent Care at State Road Animal Hospital…because pets get sick on the weekends, too. Urgent Care hours are from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm both Saturdays and Sundays. Q: Why should I get my female dog spayed when I don’t own a male dog? A: Female dogs that are not spayed have a much higher risk of developing mammary cancer or a serious, life-threatening uterine infection call a pyometra. So, getting your female dog spayed is better for her long term health and well-being. Q: Why should I use a flea prevention product on my cat if it never goes outside? A: Because fleas will come inside, either on our other...