BOARDING AND DAYCARE

For all of your boarding and daycare needs please visit our friends at Our Family Pet Sitting. Situated on 5.5 acres of farmland in West Chicago, Our Family Pet Sitting Resort & Spa offers compassionate and loving care with old-fashioned farm fun.

Family Pet Sitting


We are happy to allow one client in the exam room with your pet! 

Please wear a mask at all times while inside the clinic. Thank you!

Before your visit please click on the link below and fill out the form to help us better serve you at your appointment:

NEW CLIENT/PATIENT INFORMATION FORMS: https://form.jotform.com/202444222941043

Wellness/Vaccine Visit Jotform: https://form.jotform.com/200894104041040

Sick Visit Jotformhttps://form.jotform.com/200893171358054


Village Animal Clinic Referral Program

To say thank-you for referring us to your friends and family, Village Animal Clinic has started a new Referral Program! For Every Client that writes your name down as the person who referred them to us you get a $20.00 credit on your account to be used for goods and services at Village Animal Clinic! Its that simple! No Limit as to how many referrals you get credit for!


PRACTICE OVERVIEW

On behalf of our entire team, welcome to Village Animal Clinic. Since 1979, we have provided outstanding medical and surgical care to Wheaton-area dogs and cats. We know that our pets are an important part of the family. We provide high-quality, compassionate care to your pet and excellent, personable service to you. In 2009, Village Animal Clinic was listed among the Best 23 Veterinary Clinics in the Chicago Magazine! and in 2014 we were listed as one of the Top Veterinary Clinics in Dupage County in Checkbook Magazine! Our clients have described us as friendly, gentle, caring, dedicated, knowledgeable, professional, accommodating, clean, patient and understanding. We treat our patients and clients like family and always go the extra mile.

MEET OUR DOCTORS

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Amanda L. Healey

    After growing up watching her father, Dr. Douglas Carlson, help so many animals, she wanted to follow in his footsteps. She started out as a kennel girl and eventually became a veterinary assistant. After receiving her veterinary degree from the University of Illinois in 2005, she joined the Village Animal Clinic. She has owned the practice since July 2012. She is married to Kevin and has three boys, twins Liam and Dylan (13), and Grayson (9). She enjoys spending time with their Labrador Retriever, Magoo and kitties, Lego, and Lionel and their newest addition Zola, a Golden Retriever. 

    Email Dr. Healey at: [email protected]

  • Dr.
    Bridget Peck

    Dr. Peck grew up in Mundelein, Illinois.  She graduated with honors from the University of Illinois as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.  She completed a year long  internship at VCA Aurora specialty center prior to joining Village Animal Clinic.  When not busy at work, Dr. Peck and her husband, Brenton, enjoy spending time with their Golden Retriever Briggs,  traveling, spending time with family, and watching movies. 

    Email Dr. Peck at: [email protected]

  • Dr.
    Alyssa Mohus

    Dr. Alyssa Mohus is a 2016 graduate from the University of Illinois.  She is a long-time member of the Village Animal Clinic team and has been working with us during school breaks since high school.  During veterinary school she completed rotations at the Anti-Cruelty Society, VCA Arboretum View's Neurology department, and previously volunteered at DCACC.  Dr. Mohus has a special interest in brachycephalic breed medicine and enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs.  Dr. Mohus is also Fear Free Certified.

    Email Dr. Mohus at: [email protected]

What our clients say about us

  • "Village Animal Clinic is the best veterinary clinic I have ever been to. All employees are knowledgeable, caring, and courteous. They answer all questions and are very compassionate. I have recommended them several times and will continue to do so.""
  • "We have gone here for about 30 years because we know its a great place!!!""
  • "Everyone is very Kind and Helpful. This is a great practice!""
  • "Keep Doing what your doing! I'll be taking all of my pets here for veterinary care from now on."
  • "I wouldn't bring my pets anywhere else because of the trust and care my pets receive. I always feel like I am their only patient and my pets are very comfortable around their entire staff. It is a very clean and professional environment.""

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HOURS OF OPERATION

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:15 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:15 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:15 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:15 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

8:15 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed