Serving the Livonia, MI Community Since 1984
As veterinary professionals, we know that visits to our hospitals are declining. Our goal: Turn this trend around by addressing the primary reason behind it – fear and anxiety created by the veterinary visit. Veterinarians, technicians and other veterinary professionals are the true pet health experts – and we’d like to keep it that way. Fear Free visits mean veterinary teams see their patients more often, and pet owners seek advice from a trusted source. Fear Free veterinary visits eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress, and create an experience that is better and safer for all involved, including pets, owners, and veterinary health care teams.
Our certified Fear Free practitioners will reduce or remove anxiety triggers that can cause pets to become fearful at home, in transport, and at our veterinary hospital, help owners deliver calm pets to our hospital, enhance the quality of medicine in our practice, increase compliance, improve safety for our veterinary team.
Help for Animals
The Paul and Susan Bloom Fund was established in 2011 to help pay for the care of large animal companions (horses, sheep, goats, pigs, etc) whose prognosis is good and whose owners express financial need. Clients participate in the treatment plan of the animal and participate in a payment plan to the best of their ability. With your contribution, you can join the Blooms in providing support to families who need financial assistance for the life-saving care of their companion large animals. Donate Today!
Most recently, Dr. Bloom and Susan generously offered to build a brand new facility for Smokey Acres, which helps them more effectively care for their growing community of cats. They are currently caring for 14 cats, and hope to begin construction in 2017 in order to better serve the feline and human community by providing lifelong sanctuary for cats with special needs.
The Frances Melman Fisher Memorial Fellowship
In 2011, The Blooms established an endowed scholarship in honor of Dr. Bloom’s Mother called the Frances Melman Fisher Memorial Fellowship. Frances Fisher had a lifelong passion for education, a love of animals and their welfare, and a great generosity of spirit. These qualities led the Blooms to sustain her memory by establishing this scholarship. Every year, a select group of veterinary students are awarded financial support to fulfill their dreams of becoming veterinarians and helping animals. From 2013-2019, Dr. Bloom has given scholarships to 34 students, granting over $134,000.00 of education to those who need it most. Dr. Bloom has also provided the salaries for a large animal surgical resident and a large animal medicine resident, facilitating further the education of veterinary medicine specialists.Show your Support
Accredited hospitals are Champions for Excellent Care. We are proud to have the following accreditations.
AAHA certified hospitals hold themselves to a higher standard. Pets are their passion, and keeping them healthy is their number one priority. They strive to deliver excellent care for pets—because pets deserve nothing less. We are also Fear Free Certified!