Laingsburg Animal Hospital

"Quality Medicine with Kindness and Compassion"

Laingsburg Animal Hospital


Happy Clients

Welcome to Laingsburg Animal Hospital

Founded in 2002, Laingsburg Animal Hospital strives to provide “Quality Medicine with Kindness and Compassion” for your pet. Whether your pet is a new puppy or kitten, or a more mature member of the family, we offer comprehensive care with our services including:

  • health and wellness examinations
  • vaccinations and licensing
  • diagnostic in-house blood work
  • x-rays and ultrasound
  • specialized foods & medicines
  • behavioral consultations
  • heartworm detection & prevention
  • spaying & neutering
  • general surgery
  • orthopedic surgery
  • dentistry
  • Microchipping – pet identification

We will work with you to decide what is in your pet’s best interest to help them live a long and healthy life. Whether your pet is coming to us for a routine annual check-up or is in need of more intense medical care, our professional and courteous staff is always eager to help. We encourage strong, open communication and feel that an educated client will lead to better pet health. Please feel free to contact our knowledgeable staff at any time with your questions or concerns.

We see clients by appointment. To help accommodate our clients’ schedules we offer evening office hours on Thursdays.

These folks are extraordinary! So kind, so caring, and so professional. I think they love our lab as much as we do!

Kathy Butler

I seriously recommend this place to EVERYONE. We’ve seen them four times. The first time, they squeezed us in as new patients to take in our kitty that had a horrible accident and needed an amputation. Dr. Shinsky handled me, a scared to death, emotional fur momma, SO well. He answered all of my questions and was never inpatient or rude. He was so good with me and even better with my kitty. My kitty liked him and my cat barely likes me.

Megan VanLuven

We drive about 40 minutes one way to come to this vet. They don’t over treat, or treat pets with medication for no reason.

Erin Steketee