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Welcome to Thornwood Vet Clinic

Thornwood Veterinary Clinic was established September of 1972. The facility is located on 23 acres in Cascade Township, providing a true haven for many of our animal friends, both domestic and wild. We have several full and part-time veterinarians, supported by a qualified, dedicated, pet-loving staff. Thornwood provides a rich, pet focused environment with lots of fresh air and individual attention.

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Clinic Announcements

Celebrating 46 Years

September 21st, 2018 marks 46-years in business for Thornwood Veterinary Clinic.  We would like to thank God for his abundant grace, any success we have enjoyed is to His credit.  We would also like to thank our dedicated employees of today and the decades past, they have been part of our business but also part of the lives of 4 generations of our family.  It never would have started without our founders Dr. Raymond and Marilyn Leali taking a chance and following a dream way back in 1972, we strive to carry on their legacy daily.  Finally, a big thank you to our wonderful clients who trust us every day with the care of their furry family members.

Vaccination for Canine Influenze

We have been receiving a lot of calls and questions about recent media coverage of  “dog flu” (Canine Influenza) outbreaks in Michigan. Canine Influenza has been around for a few years, but only recently have there been a significant number of confirmed cases in Michigan, including West Michigan. Like human influenza, canine influenza is not a disease to take lightly. It can be very serious for the young, old and the immune-compromised. Also like human influenza, canine influenza is highly contagious. Dogs that are social visiting dog parks, grooming facilities, dog day cares and boarding facilities are at the highest risk of becoming infected and transmitting the disease to others. The best protection for your dog is vaccinating. The initial vaccination requires two doses, 2 to 4 weeks apart, followed by an annual booster. We are recommending that all dogs be vaccinated against canine influenza. Beginning Monday, August 6th we will be requiring all dogs who participate in daycare, boarding, grooming or are having surgery to receive the vaccine.