Glen Oak Dog and Cat Hospital is proud to be a local veterinary resource for the Village of Skokie. Located just a few miles from our location, we pride ourselves on being one of the Northshore’s premiere veterinary clinics. In addition to traditional veterinary services, we also practice Holistic Veterinary Care, which incorporates a program designed to not only treat animal health issues, but to try and prevent them.
We have been an AAHA accredited hospital for over thirty years. This means that the hospital and staff are highly regulated in order to achieve the most effective and up-to-date care for your animal.
Our Glenview office features two waiting rooms; one just for cats and one for dogs. We also have two surgical suites and can perform multiple operations simultaneously. We also have an isolation kennel for patients with infectious or potentially infectious diseases.
We take pride in our work and strive to give the best care possible to your pet. Our veterinarians provide personal service, and utilize the latest in animal care treatments.
Our pet hospital provides bilingual services in both English and Polish. Our doctors are all licensed by the state of Illinois, and are accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal Plant Health Inspection Service. Each doctor is certified to issue health certificates for animals to travel internationally.
About the Village of Skokie’s History
The Village of Skokie, Illinois, located 16 miles northwest of downtown Chicago and 12 miles east of O’Hare International Airport, provides high-quality government services to the over 64,000 residents, 24,000 households and 2,400 businesses that call Skokie their home. Accessibility to transportation is a key advantage in Skokie, with the Edens Expressway (I-94) spanning the community’s western edge, seven Chicago Transit Authority and 10 Pace suburban bus lines and the CTA’s Skokie Swift rail line offering numerous options for public transportation.
Skokie covers 10 square miles of land and is bordered by the Villages of Glenview and Wilmette on the north, the Village of Lincolnwood and the City of Chicago (West Rogers Park and Edgebrook neighborhoods) on the south, the Villages of Morton Grove and Niles on the west and the City of Evanston on the east.
The Village is a recipient of a Governor’s Hometown Award and has received “All America City” finalist distinction from the National Civic League.