Here at Colonial Manor Animal Hospital, we strive to be the best vets in Tinley Park, Illinois, a small town in the state of Illinois. We prefer exotic pets for our veterinarian and we are dedicated to the health and well-being of our patients.
We have certified technicians and support staff who work closely with our doctors to care for our patients from start to finish. Our veterinary office is trained in the early detection of common diseases and offers routine and preventive measures as well as dental services. We care for the pets of Tinley Park and the surrounding community by providing a high standard of care through high quality medicine. This well-equipped practice has a veterinary clinic with a wide range of veterinary services for pets and humans.
We strive to ensure high quality healthcare with a high level of compassion and will work with you to help you make informed decisions to improve your quality of life and promote the daily health and well-being of your pet. To provide our pets with the best possible care, we thoroughly review their medical history, actively listen to their concerns, have access to the latest information about their condition and health status, and actively review and review their medical history.
Such intensive evaluations help us prepare for any hospitalization, surgery or discharge based on the condition of your pet. When choosing an insurance plan, it is advisable that customers seek advice from a veterinarian to determine the best options for covering their pet and what to do in the event of a medical emergency such as a heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, heart failure or other serious illness.
Dr. Karie creates an individual nutritional plan for your pet by calculating the right portion of food and treats and recommending food types after taking into account age, lifestyle and health. Bring your bird, pet or reptile to have an examination at least once a year. Until then, Dr. Karie starts the examination, the animal should be relaxed and comfortable without any additional pressure or stress. While your pets are being examined stress-free, it monitors their normal behavior and evaluates environmental factors.
In order to limit the available options, you should first determine whether the clinic can provide 24-hour care for your pet. Check service, fees and availability and determine what suits your pet best. Please refer to our full terms and conditions, including exclusions, claims and process requirements. Click here to answer any complaints about money, services or our business.
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He currently teaches clinical medicine, anatomy, physiology and hematology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in veterinary medicine. He also holds a Master's degree in Health Sciences and a PhD in Human Nutrition and currently teaches at the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at Illinois State University in Chicago.
He has also been working as a volunteer at Shedd Aquarium for two years and has a strong interest in aquatic veterinary medicine. As a board member of the Hinsdale Humane Society, he has helped establish the Humane Society as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit animal welfare organization. He teaches the large animal course at Illinois State University at Urbana - Champaign's College of Veterinary Medicine and has been an assistant professor in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences for two years.
Before you leave, I will give you an overview of the health status of your dog or cat and give recommendations on how to move it forward. I will then give you an insight into your behaviour, answer your questions and make recommendations for improving your behaviour and care.
Eric Bergsten, DVM, Program Director, holds a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science and a Master of Animal Health from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. A graduate of the Veterinary Institute, Sarah worked at Avenue Animal Hospital, overseeing veterinary care for dogs, cats and other animals in Tinley Park, IL. U of I graduates, you can take the time to drop by and take a tour or just see what the Avenue Animal Hospital is all about. It is a place where we can all learn about our animals, their health and the health of their owners.
During her school days, Sarah enjoyed showing off her quarterhorse Diablo and spending time with her four dogs, including Elton, a beagle who was studying VTI with Sarah. At home, Martha likes to live in Tinley Park, IL, at her husband's house with their two cats and two dogs. Cat and dog are special needs animals adopted by the veterinary office and at home she enjoys spending time between them.