Laingsburg Animal Hospital

"Quality Medicine with Kindness and Compassion"


Dental Services

Wellness Exams

High-Definition Digital Xray



Laser Therapy

Would like to take a minute and say thank you. We had to have our Collie ( Laddie ) put down on Wednesday. He suddenly could not walk or stand. Your staff was amazing. Very compassionate to our needs and allowing us to stay with him as long as we needed to after he went to sleep. This was a very hard decision for us as we got him 10 years ago as a puppy. He was the best dog we have ever had. Im glad we started coming here bringing our foster dogs for New Hope Pet Rescue. We are slowly getting our own dogs transfered over to your care. Thank you very much for your caring and compassion.
Rob Saul

Our dog had a laceration today at 5:15. They got her in, repaired the laceration under anesthesia and had her back to us by 6:45. Can’t say enough nice things about the entire staff there!!!
Dan Mills

I love the Laingsburg Animal Hospital and their veterinary staff. They are all wonderful. They have saved my dog from cancer twice. They have giving me medical advice without seeing my dog because I didn’t have the money to have her seen so I was able to fix it at home. I would rather give my money them then anyone else.
Rachel Rives


Wellness Examinations and Vaccinations

We recommend that all pets receive yearly wellness examinations for early detection of health problems. For our vaccination protocols, we follow the recommendations of the American Animal Hospital Association for our canine patients and the American Association of Feline Practitioners for our feline patients. We will create a vaccination protocol for your pet based on their life-style and their exposure risk, but our offered vaccinations include:

For Dogs:

Rabies: required by law for all dogs older than 12 weeks. The first rabies vaccine will be a 1-year vaccine, after which they will receive the 3-year rabies vaccine.
DAPPCV: distemper, adenovirus type 2, parvovirus, parainfluenza, coronavirus vaccine for puppies less than 12 weeks.
DAPP-4L: distemper, adenovirus type 2, parvovirus, parainfluenza, leptospriosis vaccine for dogs older than 12 weeks. After their puppy series is complete, this vaccine will be boostered one year later. They will then receive this vaccine every 3 years. The leptospirosis portion of the vaccine is still given on an annual basis.
Bordetella (Kennel Cough): recommended for dogs who go to a groomer, attend dog/puppy classes, go to the dog park, or in general come into contact with other dogs outside of the house. This can be given any time after 12 weeks and is boostered once a year.
Canine Influenza Virus (CIV): “Dog Flu”- similar recommendations as Bordatella. CIV protects against 2 strains (H3N8 and H3N2). Can be given after 7 weeks of age and requires an initial booster 2-4 weeks later, then annually.
Borrelia Burdorferi (Lyme Disease): recommened for dogs who travel outside of the Mid-Michigan region and potentially into areas where Lyme disease is present. This can be given any time after 12 weeks and is boostered once a year.

For Cats:

Rabies: The first rabies vaccine given is a 1-year vaccine, after which they will receive the 3-year rabies vaccine.
FVRCCP: Feline rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia, chlamydia psittaci vaccine recommended for all feline patients regardless of whether they are indoor or outdoor cats. After their kitten series is complete, this vaccine will be boostered one year later. They will then receive this vaccine every 3 years.
Feline Leukemia: Recommended for all cats/kittens as a part of their initial vaccine series. At their one-year vaccination boosters, we will assess whether or not their life-style warrants continuing this vaccine. This vaccine is boostered every year.


Shiawassee County dog licenses can be purchased from December 1st through the end of February at Laingsburg Animal Hospital. If your dog was not vaccinated for rabies by us, you must provide a valid rabies certificate. From March through the end of November, dog licenses can be purchased through the Shiawassee County Treasurer’s Office.

Diagnostic In-House Blood Work

The diagnostic in-house blood tests we offer include:

  • Complete blood counts
  • Serum chemistry profiles
  • Canine heartworm antigen testing
  • Canine parvovirus
  • Feline Leukemia
  • Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)
  • Feline heartworm antigen testing
  • Thyroid Testing
  • Tick born disease screening

We also work with the laboratories at Michigan State University, the Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health, and Antech for any testing we cannot perform in-house.

X-Rays and Ultrasound

Our in-house high-definition, digital x-ray machines translate into immediate test results insuring the timeliest treatment for your pet. We refer our diagnostic ultrasound needs to Dr. Weber at Animal Ultrasound Services in Williamston, MI.

Laser Therapy

K-laser accelerates wound healing, and decreases inflammation and pain, as well as reduces formation of scar tissue. Class IV lasers deliver a side effect-free and non-addictive treatment that provides dramatic results. Common conditions we treat with therapy laser include every neuter and spay incision, degenerative joint disease, canine hip dysplasia, intervertebral disc, back pain, bite wounds, trauma, ear disease and contaminated wounds. It stimulates the body’s inherent healing mechanisms.

Specialized Foods and Medicines

We carry a complete line of prescription and specialized foods for your pet with specific nutritional needs. The brands we offer are:

  • Hill’s Science Diet
  • Royal Canin Veterinary Diets
  • Purina Veterinary Diets

Our in-house comprehensive pharmacy allows you to pick up medications at the time of your pet’s appointment. We also work with compounding pharmacies in order to provide our smaller patients with medications that are the correct dose and our more finicky pets with medications in different forms that may be easier for you to give.

Heartworm Detection and Prevention

We recommend that all dogs receive annual heartworm testing and year-round heartworm preventatives as suggested by the American Heartworm Society. For heartworm protection, our pharmacy carries:

  • Heartgard
  • Interceptor Plus
  • Trifexis
  • Revolution

Flea and Tick Prevention

Fleas have always been a Summer – Fall problem and Ticks a Spring – Summer issue. Each year we are experiencing an increasing Tick presence in Mid-Michigan. Our pharmacy carries

  • Frontline Gold – Monthly, topically applied
  • Nexgard – Monthly, oral preventative. Very convenient option.

Spaying and Neutering

We recommend that all pets be spayed or neutered around 6 months of age or older. By having your pet spayed/neutered, this will decrease their risk of reproductive cancers, limit roaming and marking behaviors as well as prevent pet overpopulation.

General and Orthopedic Surgery

Our clinic is equipped to perform in-house soft tissue and some select orthopedic surgeries. Some of the surgeries we offer include:

  • Spay/Neuter
  • Feline declaw
  • Tumor removals
  • Wound/laceration repair
  • Abdominal exploratory
  • Cystotomy
  • Hernia repair
  • Gastrotomy/Enterotomy
  • Enucleation
  • Cherry eye repair
  • Ectropion/Entropion repair
  • Limb amputation
  • Luxating patella repair
  • MRIT Cruciate repair
  • Femoral Head and Neck Ostectomy
  • Select fracture repair

We also work closely with the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Surgical Center of Michigan, Michigan Veterinary Specialists, Mid-Michigan Veterinary Surgical Referral Center, and The Animal Ophthalmology Center for any surgeries that cannot be performed in-house.


Oral care is an important factor in your pet’s overall wellbeing. Dental infections, broken teeth, and cavities can cause pain, lead to difficulty eating as well as systemic infections if left untreated. To help keep your pet healthy, we offer anesthetic dental cleanings and can perform routine extractions. An oral evaluation is included in every annual exam to help determine how to best keep your pet’s mouth in good shape.


Microchipping your pet is an easy and inexpensive way to help ensure that your pets find their way home to you should they ever become lost. The computer memory in the microchip contains a unique international microchip number – no two animals will ever have the same number. A handheld scanner is used to read this number through the skin of your pet. In addition to the number, the microchip generates a reliability check to guarantee that your pet’s identifying number is read accurately. This all takes place in less than 40 milliseconds.


We stock many therapeutics on site. And those not routinely stocked can be easily ordered through our on-line pharmacy. They offer home delivery, AutoShip, and RemindMe (single doses shipped monthly). Visit the website:


We provide you with reminders when your pet’s routine exams, vaccinations, heartworm tests and other regular diagnostic tests are due via automated email, text, voice calls or post cards. We can also confirm appointments with automated email, text, or phone calls. Clinic updates and educational links are also provided on our Facebook page.