Animal Health Associates has been serving the community of Central Michigan since 1989. Drs. Alex Imlay and Larry Judge opened our first office in an old feed store on M20. The clinic consisted only of two small exam rooms, a surgery room, and a kennel room.
In the spring of 1992 AHA built a new office at our current location on Pickard Road. The original building had a reception area, radiology room, lab area, two large exam rooms, kennel room and surgery room. In 2000 an addition was built that provided an isolation ward, larger kennel room, surgery suite, treatment area, doctors office and large animal stocks in the garage.
AHA expanded to a three full-time doctor practice in 2005, then again to four doctors in 2015. These changes over the last 20 years have allowed Animal Health Associates to continue to offer quality veterinary medicine in a compassionate and energetic atmosphere. Again in 2020 AHA expanded adding another doctor as well as adding 3 more exam rooms and an updated and expanded reception area.
Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM- Noon
During this time we are also unable to board any pets for our clients unless determined medically necessary by the doctors.
Shopping for your pet’s medications is now easier than ever before. Automatic monthly shipments can be set up for most medications including monthly heartworm and flea and tick preventatives.
I just want to say a huge Thank You to Dr. Rousseau and her assistant today. Thank you for being so comforting to myself and my beloved Lilli. Today was definitely a heart breaking day, but your compassion eased the pain a little.
Thank you for what you do as I know it must be tough for you also.
Thanks to everyone in the staff.Everyone is so kind.I have had nothing but good experiences each time I came into the office.I appreciate your care for all my babies.
Thank you Dr. Alex Imlay for always being our #1 go to vet! Our emergency visits always end up better than expected! We highly recommend AHS!
Always a great experience
Acute moist dermatitis, more commonly known as hot spots, occurs due to a bacterial infection on your pet’s skin. Your dog or cat will naturally bite, chew, lick or scratch his skin in response to an irritant. Unfortunately for your pet, this tends to increase rather than decrease his discomfort.
Your pet is part of the family and you naturally care about her safety. You also want to include her in family activities whenever possible over the carefree days of summer. By keeping the following safety tips in mind, your entire family can have a summer to remember.
Animal Health Associates has been serving the community of Central Michigan since 1989. Animal Health Associates
continues to offer quality veterinary medicine in a compassionate and energetic atmosphere.