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Dr. Bytwerk enjoys all small animals and has many years of experience providing routine preventative care as well as comprehensive medical diagnostics and surgical treatments. She will see any of the following:
Our appointment book is computerized which allows us to be efficient and flexible when making appointments for you and your pet. Our receptionists will do everything possible to accommodate your scheduling needs. We have flexible hours and are open late every evening for your convenience. With easy access to to both I-96 and US 31 our location is ideal for anyone living in the tri-cities area, as well as Holland, Muskegon and Grand Rapids,
Emergencies are handled on an individual basis. We will at all times be as available and as compassionate to your pet's emergency situation as possible. Only if it is in the best interest of your pet, will we direct you elsewhere. Please call if you feel your pet needs to be seen immediately. A staff member will advise you on your particular emergency.
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We would be happy to give you a tour of our facility or answer any questions you may have. Bring the pets with you. It's nice for them to meet us and have some fun when a medical appointment isn't scheduled! Kids too. We have several small critters for them to watch and a fun play corner to keep themselves busy while "Fido" is seeing the doctor.!
Thinking about setting up a visit for you pet? Do you want to try us out and see if we are a good fit for your family? Is it time to get established at a hospital so your pets routine and emergency needs are covered? Mention that you visited our website and that you are new to the practice and you will get a $20 New Client Exam!
With mosquitoes, comes the risk of your pet being infected with heartworm. We recommend having your pet tested yearly for the potentially deadly disease.