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Haven Animal Hospital

Primary Location
1045 Fulton Avenue
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Phone: 616-847-7387
Fax: 616-847-7126

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Welcome To Our Feline Health Page

We are proud to be members of the AAFP

Let Us Celebrate Your Senior Feline!

We are celebrating your senior feline!

Is your cat 7 years of age or older? Preventative care and routine screening of your cat's health is vital in these golden years to keep them living long, healthy and most of all comfortably. Exams and blood work every 6 months will provide your veterinarian with the information they need to detect diseases early, treat before pain or severe deterioration occurs and help reduce medical costs.

Frequent disease and conditions that affect our feline friends are kidney disease, hyperthyroidism, diabetes, dental disease and arthritis. With routine care and monitoring, these conditions can be very well maintained and even reversed, providing many happy years with your pet.

Please check out our specials page for more information on senior specials this month.

We all love cats! Who couldn't. This special page is just for our feline friends and their owners. Here you will find all sorts of fun and interesting facts, education materials and links to fantastic feline health resources. Have fun and learn lots. If you have any questions about your cats health care needs please give us a call. We look forward to seeing you. Look below for awesome videos on cool cat "Tips" and "How To's".

DO CATS GET FORGOTTEN? Has your cat been to the vet recently?

Studies show that cats out number dogs by 8 million! And yet less then 60% are seen on a regular basis, many never having been to a veterinarian at all. Cats need health care and wellness exams as much as your dog does. Cats are actually very sensitive creatures and often need specialized care to treat them and prevent medical problems. Cats are also very quiet about their illnesses and don't want you to know they are not feeling well until they are severely ill, making the situation only more traumatic for your cat and your pocket book! So please, schedule your cat to be examined once yearly. And if you have a cat over 8 years of age they should be seen every 6 months. Senior cats are more susceptible to viruses and illness as well as suffer from common conditions such as dental disease, arthritis, thyroid dysfunction and more. Don'y let your pet suffer through their old age. Bring them to your veterinarian and let's see what can be done to keep them happy and health for many years to come!

Need help getting your cat to the vet?  He or she is probably not to thrilled about traveling, especially in that scary cat carrier. Watch this video for a few pointers next time you need to box up your kitty cat!

Cats and Carriers: Friends not Foes  (Click this link to view the video)


IS YOUR CAT PROTECTED? Fleas, intestinal parasites and heartworm disease are much more common in our cats then people think. Even your indoor cat is exposed and could be at risk. Please watch the video for more information. If you have any questions or would like to make sure your cat is protected please call us at 616-847-7387.

Cat Parasite Prevention (Click this link to view the video)


Would you like to learn how to brush your cat's teeth? Oral health is extremely important to your feline friend's overall health and comfort. Check out this video and you'll be an expert in no time!

How to brush your cat's teeth (Click here to view video)

Does your cat hate his or her medication? Does that pill or liquid fly all over the room? Maybe you need a little "how to" video to help. These tips make may help reduce stress for both you and your cat the next time medications are due!

Giving your cat a pill or capsule (Click here to view video)

Giving your cat liquid medication (Click here to view video)

Worried about trimming you cat's nails? You can learn from this quick video or give us a call and we would be happy to do it for you!

How to trim my cat's nails (Click here to view video)

Check Out the CATalyst Council - catalystcouncil.org

This is a fantastic site for all sorts of feline education, pictures, helpful tools. Great link! Enjoy. 

Hello from our beloved residents cats, Glover, Ceasar, Dolly and Limbo.

Come on in and say hello to them!

Exclusive offer

New to Haven Animal Hospital? Email completed  Welcome and Vaccination History forms to havenanimal@havenanimalhospital.com prior to your first appointment and receive $5 off!

Access your Pet Portal or schedule an appointment HERE.

Featured Services

Our Services We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide. Make An Appointment We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today! Online Pharmacy Check out our online pharmacy for the best deals on your pet's medications!

Monthly Special

Happy Holidays!

Buy 6 months of heartworm prevention, get half-off a heartworm test!

Office Hours

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 8:00am 9:00am Closed
8:00pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 8:00pm 6:00pm 1:00p Closed


by Courtney Reynolds on 01/10/2017
Review for Haven Animal Hospital
Everyone is always so nice, and this is the only vet I've been to that has actually helped diagnose my cat properly. Plus affordable! Love you guys :)


by Lauren Dawes on 12/24/2016

Review for Tech

Always friendly, gentle with my nervous pup!

by Angie Yetzke on 12/20/2016
Review for Dr. Barbara Bytwerk
We had an excellent experience at the Haven Animal Hospital. Dr. Bytwerk is knowledgeable, patient and genuinely caring. Staff is helpful and friendly. Facility is clean and easy to get to. Highly recommended.

by Jessica Carey on 11/04/2016
Review for Haven Animal Hospital
You guys are always amazing! Super friendly, and sweet to all animals. You are my vet for life :)



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