MACS Veterinary Services

POSTED: November 20th, 2019

Please be advised that the Michigan Anti Cruelty (MACS) Veterinary Clinic will no longer be accepting patient referrals for surgeries or any other services for the foreseeable future, as we restructure and bring in additional veterinary staff.

Please kindly cease referring clients and cases to the MACS Vet Clinic, effective immediately. We will reach out to you again in the future when we resume accepting referrals. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Below is a list of vet clinics and hospitals in the Metro Detroit area that you may go to.

Many thanks for your assistance and your patience.

Best wishes,
MACS Vet Clinic Management

 

SPAY / NEUTER & WELLNESS CARE CLINICS

ALL ABOUT ANIMALS 586-879-1745
Multiple locations allaboutanimalsrescue.org

MICHIGAN HUMANE SOCIETY 313-872-3400
Multiple locations michiganhumane.org

PAWS CLINIC 313-451-8200
21210 Goddard Rd, Taylor thepawsclinic.com

TAIL WAGGERS 734-855-4077
218418 Five Mile Rd, Livonia tailwaggers1990.org

 

FULL SERVICE VET HOSPITALS IN DETROIT

PATTERSON DOG & CAT HOSPITAL 313-832-7282
3800 Grand River Ave

FRANCIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL 313-368-3366
19344 Woodward Ave

RAKESTRAW ANIMAL HOSPITAL 313-366-8853
20241 Van Dyke Ave

JEFFERSON VETERINARY CENTER 313-822-2555
11300 East Jefferson Ave

HURLEY DOG & CAT HOSPITAL 313-863-5350
15018 Livernois

LAFOND VET HOSPITAL 313-862-4585
3191 W. 8 Mile Rd

PLATZ ANIMAL HOSPITAL 313-886-0300
15310 Mack Ave

CENTERLINE VET 586-758-5620
26242 Van Dyke Ave

DONOVAN VET HOSPTIAL 313-882-7747
17191 E. Warren Ave

 


 

Fighting Overpopulation

Overpopulation is the root of the problem. You can help by spaying and neutering your animals. Tell your friends, neighbors and everyone you come in contact with. Let’s work together toward solving this problem, and save lives of thousands of animals each year.

Did you know…
Spaying and neutering make animals less likely to get into fights and become infected with contagious diseases. They are also less likely to roam outdoors and possibly get hit by cars. Spaying and neutering also helps prevent dogs and cats from contracting deadly cancers and other diseases of the reproductive system.