Contact

Animal Hospital of Ludington

917 E. Ludington Avenue
Ludington, Michigan 49431
t: 231-845-7719
f: 231-845-0348

Hours

Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm

During office hours we are open for:

  • Seeing ill or injured animals
  • Emergency services
  • Emergency surgery
  • Puppy and kitten vaccinations
  • Updating and overdue or soon to be due rabies vaccine for dogs and cats
  • Refilling any prescription medication you are running low on
  • Fielding any healthcare questions you may have

Anytime outside the hours of 9am-5pm, please call our office at 231-845-7719 for directions on scheduling non-urgent care or how to get in contact for Urgent Emergency services.





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    • What our clients have to say…

      • Greg Mary Vukovich

        We would like to thank Dr. Steve and Dr. Leslie for being there for CB with excellent care.. Dr. Steve was there from the beginning and he made CB's transition at the end very peaceful and easy for us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, we are forever gratelful!!!!

      • Heather Lange

        They took great care of my dogs my 1 1/2 yr old mix got fixed and I was nervous they didn’t mind me keep calling to ask questions and was great with our German Shepard will always use them and they are affordable

      • Jacklyn Osgood

        Dr.'s Paxton and all the employees are professionals. Your furry friends will be getting excellent care. Totally recommend.

      • Laura Piacentini

        I can’t thank the staff at Animal Hospital of Ludington enough. We brought our boy Henrik to you while camping at the state park and you got us in right away and were so great with him. He is usually terrified at the vet and has a lot of anxiety but he LOVED the staff there and was very calm the whole time. Thank you for making us out of towners feel right at home.

      • Karlene Hintz Boeve

        ‘Five Stars’ for Dr Paxton as he is a caring, knowledgeable, experienced professional! I had an in-depth conversation around the benefits of Cytopoint injections for my Westie with seasonal dermatitis. Success! Cytopoint was the solution to measurable relief.
        Also I want to share my thoughts on Euthanasia for an aggressive, violent dog. If your veterinarian recommends euthanasia, you should give it serious consideration. Some dogs are not wired correctly. The safety of children, family, & community should be the priority over an aggressive dog. Don’t wait for a disaster to transpire. My family has suffered do to non action of our neighbors aggressive dog.

      • Julee Rae Sarto

        The staff and Doctors are absolutely wonderful! They are going through a tough time with us and have the upmost compassion and technical ability to make this better. I commend them all. Thank you for dealing with my tears and helping with Fred.

      • Renee Bernardi

        A big thank you to Dr. Paxton for agreeing to be Tessa’s new vet and participate in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. We moved to Michigan from Indiana just over 2 years ago and have been struggling to find a vet willing to participate which meant driving 3 1/2 hours each way once a year to our former vet. Dr. Paxton and his staff are wonderful. So glad I can finally say I have a vet I can trust my fur babies with.