After over 22 years at our current location, we are moving! Our new location is 94 Berthoud Street in Park Ridge. It is right off of Kinderkamack Road, between Burger King and Liberty Gas and is nocated next to “A Little Cake” Bakery. Our new location features four examination rooms, an expanded reception area and much more. We have a spacious pharmacy and full in hospital laboratory to run bloodwork and other lab tests. We also have a treatment room featuring a state of the art dental suite. We have a separate surgery suite with state of the art safety and monitoring equipment. We are so excited to offer your pet the same quality and compassionate care in this new facility. We will notify our clients of the official moving date by e-mail, facebook and during phone calls.
We will be closing the office at 4 pm on Thursday December 5th and will reopen on Monday, December 9th.
If you need to pick up prescription food, please be sure to order it by Tuesday NOVEMBER 26th and pick up before Thursday December 5th. You can order food the week of December 2, but will not be able to pick it up until Monday, December 9th.
If you need to pick up prescription medication, please be sure to order it by Tuesday, December 3 and pick it up Thursday December 5th before 4 pm.
Park Ridge Animal Hospital enjoys assisting some of our local rescue organizations with their animals in need. Recently a cat stray came to us who really touched our hearts. Rudd, as he was named for the person who was feeding him, was a stray cat. He was living outdoors at someone’s house for a while and it showed. His ears were tattered, his coat was coarse and greasy and he was very thin and sick. To sum it up, he was a mess. He was never neutered and because outdoor male cats tend to fight, he ended up contracting FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus). Although some cats can live a long healthy life with FIV, it would not be fair to put him back outside as he would infect other cats and continue to get sick as well. He was such a sweet guy we just couldn’t bring ourselves to put him to sleep, which is sometimes the only option these cases. A decision was made to try to nurse him back to health, neuter him and try to find him a home. After a rough first few days, Rudd turned the corner and began to improve. After several weeks he was healthy enough to be neutered. One of our technicians found a home for him with a woman who has several other FIV positive cats. After a month at PRAH, Rudd went to his new home where he is thriving.