Loving pets is what we do!

DENTAL SPECIAL COMING SOON!

 

February is dental health month for pets. We know that a healthy mouth means a healthy pet. Save 25% on a cleaning during the month of February. 

 

 

Not sure if your pet needs a cleaning? 

      **Does your pet's breath smell? 

     **Is your pet over 5 years of age?

     **Are you too busy to brush your pet's teeth daily? 

 

If you answered yes to any of these, then your pet probably needs his or her teeth cleaned. Our certified vet tech can take a peek if you want to be sure. 

 

Schedule your appointment today as time slots fill quickly! 

 

For more information about dental health and professional cleanings, click here.

 

NEED A SPA DAY?

WE NOW HAVE GROOMING!

Alysa grooming Stella.

 

 

We are pleased to announce that we have a new groomer! Meet Alysa. She can do bathing, full haircuts, trims, puppy clips, shaves, and more. Click here for more information. Call to schedule an appointment. 

 

At Loving Paws Pet Clinic your pet will receive outstanding veterinary care in a loving environment. Our veterinarians and team cater to the comfort of each pet that enters our clinic. We strive to make the visit more enjoyable for your pet and for you. We aren’t just an animal hospital – we are a pet clinic because we know your pet is an important family member. Loving Paws serves pets in Savoy, Champaign, Urbana, Tolono, Mahomet, Philo, St. Joseph and everywhere in between. We are the vets with the loving touch!

 

Dr. Colgan with Clipper after laser therapy

Our team is trained in handling techniques that reduce stress to ensure your pet's comfort. With the most advanced equipment and our interest in holistic and complementary therapies, we provide the best care possible. 

We emphasize preventive medicine and ways to keep your pet healthy. Working with you, our client, we help you understand your pet’s medical needs. This allows us to work together to help your pet live a long and healthy life.

 

Loving Paws also believes in giving back to the community. We need to do our part to make it better for the people and pets that live in it.