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At Heritage Animal Hospital South, keeping your animal family member healthy and happy is just as important to us as it is to you. That’s why we’ve put so much effort into developing the most comprehensive and effective system of care available. We want to ensure that whatever service or treatment option your loved one needs at each visit, he or she will receive. This individualized care is designed to promote a lifetime of optimum health for your pet.
Our services are centered on wellness and preventative medicine, as this can vastly improve the length and quality of your pet’s life. Through things like annual checkups, vaccines and nutrition, we can keep your companion one step ahead of illness. Of course, should the need for medical care arise at any time over the years, you can count on us to be there for you. Whether it’s an advanced diagnostic test, a complex surgical procedure or life-saving critical care, we’ve got your back. To round out our services, a number of general pet care options are also available, including behavioral counseling and boarding.
We can't wait to meet you and your furry, slobbery, adorable friends!
Dr. Charles D. Cooke | Dr. Jessica Cooke | Dr. Bruce Chaille
1900 East Harlan Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Phone: (812) 299-1131
Fax: (812 298-0185
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Dr Chuck, There are no words to let you know how much we appreciate what you do for our pets. You have always been there at a time that was unbearable for us.
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