Christensen Animal Hospital and Boarding Kennels has been the animal hospital of excellence for the Wilmette, Winnetka, Glenview, Kenilworth and Northfield Communities since 1937. At our privately-owned animal hospital and boarding facility, we practice the highest level of patient centered, client-oriented veterinary medicine. In our state-of-the-art animal hospital, our equipment and procedures are similar to those found in a human hospital. We understand that it takes much more than just medical skill to fully care for your beloved family pet; it takes compassion and dedication, both to the health of the pet and to continuing education so that we, as a veterinary team, are able to provide the best health care possible for your pet.
We always welcome new clients, and hope to meet you and your pet soon. We would also be happy to give you a tour of our Wilmette Hospital and answer any questions you may have. Thank you for taking the time to look through our website to learn more about us and the high-quality veterinary services we offer.
Christensen Animal Hospital is always looking for new ways to improve your pet’s health and to serve you better through education. We look for new treatments and new technologies to see if they will be helpful to your pet and your family. We send information to our clients to help them make informed decisions about their pet’s health care. And we have a pet health library so that pet parents may read our pet health articles when they need it the most. Our pet health library is extensive and offers education on all of the health issues your pet may face during their lifetime.
Jeffrey Moll, DVM, Fellow VSLS, has over 25 years of veterinary experience. His veterinary team is dedicated to providing excellent veterinary care at affordable prices.
We work closely with you and your family to keep your pet healthy and you informed about all of the treatment options available for your pet. Patient-centered care is the cornerstone of our animal hospital.
We have state-of-the-art equipment and treatment regimens similar to those found in human hospitals and our advanced diagnostic capabilities and veterinarians are experienced in all areas of veterinary care, including laser surgery.
Cats can be mysterious creatures at times. This is evident in the myriad ways that they are able hide disease from us. Being prey animals, cats are often able to compensate for significant internal disease, only showing signs once things reach a critical point. This characteristic makes routine physical examination and discussion of how your kitty has been doing at home an imperative. Further, ...[READ MORE]