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  • Senior Pet Care
    Senior Pet Care Medical research, medications, and technology have advanced regarding the health maintenance of our pets. Our animals are living longer, healthier lives. While this is gratifying for us, there Read more
  • Mast Cell Tumors in Cats
    Mast Cell Tumors In Cats Although it sounds scary, mast cell tumors (MCTs) in cats are not entirely uncommon. They are the most common type of tumor found in the spleen Read more
  • Ear Infection in Dogs
    Ear Infection in Dogs Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital located in Bloomington. Our veterinarian, Dr. David Tatro, and our trained, expert staff work tirelessly to bring quality Read more
  • Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital Discusses Pet Vomiting & Upset Stomach
    Pet Vomiting & Upset Stomach It’s not uncommon for pets to develop an upset stomach with vomiting. These incidents generally indicate indiscriminate eating, but they can sometimes mean a more serious Read more
  • Healthy Treats For Your Cat
    Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital Discusses Healthy Treats For Your Cat People enjoy the companionship of their cats so much they sometimes overindulge their friends by rewarding them with constant treats. Excessive Read more
  • Pet Diabetes
    Pet Diabetes For many of us, our pets are some of our greatest treasures. We strive to provide quality of life for our animals, which includes monitoring their behaviors, habits, and Read more
  • 3 Amazingly Healthy Treats for Your Dog
    3 Healthy Treats for Your Dog If you want to give your dog truly healthy treats, turn your attention to single ingredient snacks. These treats offer the ultimate in simplicity to Read more
  • 3 Toxic Substances to Keep Far from Your Pets
    Pets can quickly get themselves in a bind by coming into contact with toxins lurking in the environment. Substances that are harmless to humans pose the biggest threat, as Read more
  • Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital Treats Pet Injuries from Fights
    Both cats and dogs may experience injuries from fights with other animals. A variety of injuries may occur from these encounters that require experienced veterinary care. At Fairway Knolls Veterinary Read more
  • Things All Cat Owners Should Know
    If you are planning to adopt a cat, it is important that you understand that it is a big responsibility. Sure, cats are very independent; however, you are going to Read more

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Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Monday - Friday

Drop-Off Times From 7:00AM – 7:30AM