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MidMichigan Veterinary Hospital offers complete general, medical, dental, and surgical services for your pet in a friendly and caring atmosphere. Our goal is to offer the best, most comprehensive veterinary medicine available in the region, while maintaining excellent standards of service and care.
When you visit our hospital, you will quickly see that we understand your pet's needs. Dr. David Wallace and Dr. Danielle Brinker remain current on the latest treatments and procedures, and are skilled in all aspects of your pet's care...from general checkups to delicate surgery.
The staff at MidMichigan Veterinary Hospital, including our licensed veterinary technicians, is well-trained to assist our veterinarians and to make sure you and your pet have a positive experience with us. In combination with our up-to-date facility and convenient location, our complete services provide the best in veterinary care for your pet.
At MidMichigan Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. David Wallace | Dr. Danielle Brinker
Saginaw Veterinarian | MidMichigan Veterinary Hospital | 989-792-8665
3304 Davenport Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48602
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