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Ruth Helen Wolf Animal Clinic and Hospital is a full service animal hospital located in Libertyville. Our doctors and staff are committed to providing each and every pet and pet owner with the most comprehensive and compassionate care. Whether your companion pet is visiting the office for a wellness check or emergency treatment, you can rest assured that they will be given the quality care they deserve.
Our facility is a leader among animal hospitals in the Libertyville area and surrounding communities. We welcome patients for routine medical, surgical and dental care, as well as emergency care. If you feel that we are a good fit for you and your pet, call us today to schedule an appointment and become a part of our family!
Ruth Helen Wolf Animal Clinic and Hospital is committed to providing the best possible healthcare for your companion pets. Our highly trained and experienced staff will treat your pet with care and compassion to ensure that the life-long relationship you have with them is a healthy one.
Wellness and preventative care are our primary focus, while also proving advanced diagnostics and treatment for illness, injury, and geriatric management. We strive to provide quality medical and surgical services at an affordable price.
Libertyville Veterinarian | Ruth Helen Wolf Animal Clinic and Hospital | 847-634-0022
1650 Hollister Dr.
Libertyville, IL 60048
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