Welcome to Golf-Mil Veterinary Hospital
Our mission is to provide a level of care and service that exceeds your expectations. We are generous with our time, our knowledge and our compassion. We want you to feel that you received more than you expected during your visit and to feel good about returning to our clinic in the future.
Dr. Bryan Haag & Dr. Sara Mey
Dr. Andrea Baley
Dr. Susan Wilner
8950 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Niles, IL 60714
Monday - Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Early admission and evening appointments available by request.
We hope that 2017 brings you happiness, prosperity, and good health! Good health for your furry companion begins with Adult Wellness checkups.
February is our "Dental Health Month" & "Cook Co. Spay & Neuter Month"
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Check out our vet tech, Jojo's exciting news under "What's New" to read about her upcoming education adventure in Scotland and her good works with the Stankovich Trust & Cat Shelter!
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