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Let our veterinarian come to you when you need medical care for your dog, cat, or small pet. Starwood Veterinary Clinic offers mobile services. From your annual exams to sick pet visits, we offer everything to keep your furry friend healthy.
Your dog or cat is a precious member of the family. When your pet requires prompt medical care, our experienced veterinarian offers complete cat and dog veterinary services that makes you and your pet happy.
Starwood Veterinary Clinic provides the latest in animal care technology and mobile veterinary services for pet owners. Dr. Greg Baran is a licensed and experienced veterinarian who runs Starwood Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Baran has additional education in Cardiology, Radiology, Ultrasonography, and Exotics. Dr. Baran is a graduate of Michigan State University, DVM. Avoid crowded offices and long waiting periods when we make house calls to treat your pet. Best of all, we always treat your precious pet like one of the family.
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