We are gearing up to help out those in our community who are in need! food drive flyer 2020
We will be accepting donations of nonperishable food items and donating them to the Bloom Township Food Pantry which serves the towns of Chicago Heights, Flossmoor, Ford Heights, Glenwood, Homewood, Lansing, Lynwood, Olympia Fields, Park Forest, Sauk Village, South Chicago Heights, and Steger. 
We will be accepting donations of any nonperishable food items to help those in need in our community.  All non-perishables are accepted, but items that are currently of particular need include breakfast foods such as cereal and oatmeal, canned soups, and canned vegetables. 

We will be continuing to practice "curbside care” until the governor lifts the stay at home order. 
What to expect when you arrive:
When you arrive for your appointment, call us from your car. The receptionist will check you in, and transfer the call to a technician who will ask a few questions so that we understand your pets condition. The technician will then come outside (wearing a mask and gloves) to collect your pet. If your pet is in a carrier, please place it outside the car and step back so that the technician may pick it up while maintaining 6ft of distance from you. If your dog is on a leash, please allow her to step forward 6ft from you, so that the technician can place one of our own leashes on her. The technician will then step back and ask you to remove your own leash before proceeding inside. Please wait in your car in the parking lot during this time. Once inside, the doctor will examine your pet, then call you to discuss the plan for testing and treatment. If an estimate is needed, a technician will go over it with you by phone before we proceed with any tests or treatment. When everything is done, we will call you to discuss lab results and transfer you to the receptionist who will collect payment over the phone. The technician will then bring your pet out to you, and transfer her back to you in the same manner as before.

February 18, 2020 from 9am-4pm

Glenwood Village Pet Hospital is committed to keeping the pets of our area safe and healthy. Please join us for a low-cost vaccine day on February 18, 2020 from 9am-4pm at our hospital. The event is first-come, first-serve. Please be sure to bring proof of previous vaccinations if applicable. 

Vaccine Prices are as follows:

Dog pantingIf you've been thinking about bringing your pet to Glenwood Village Pet Hospital, now is the time!

New clients - take advantage of our $25 exam offer. *

This offer extends to cats, dogs, and exotics and can be utilized as either a wellness exam or a sick pet exam. 

Construction at Glenwood Village Pet Hospital is complete!new look cr4

Features include all new floors, cabinets, lobby and front desk area. Please feel free to call us at (708) 758-2400 if you have questions.

We look forward to better serving you and your pets with our new-and-improved facility!

The doctors and staff at Glenwood Village Pet Hospital want to thank you for giving local shelter animals a second chance.

Cat at the VetTo show our appreciation, we are offering a FREE first wellness exam, fecal check, AND de-worming for your newly adopted family member from any local shelter or rescue group! Simply bring in your adoption paperwork with you on your first visit, and the discount will be applied.

Are you ready to make an appointment? Call us at (708) 758-2400 today. We look forward to meeting you and your new pet soon!