Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital

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29503 W Jefferson Ave, Gibraltar, MI 48173, USA
28747-28965 West Jefferson Avenue Gibraltar Michigan 48173 US

Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital is the first Fear Free Certified Veterinary Hospital in Michigan. We are a full service Veterinary Hospital also offering All Breed Grooming for Cats and Dogs and a large boarding facility to board cats, dogs and exotics. At Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital we treat each client and every pet with dignity, compassion, and care. It’s our goal to help you develop a powerful, life–long, mutually beneficial relationship with your dog or cat; one that for all parties is as free as possible of the fear, anxiety and stress that can take a toll on even the most devoted of relationships. Our team passionately provides outstanding and exceptional services which enrich the human-animal bond.

At Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital’s AAHA accredited facility, our caring pet care team is dedicated to providing your pet with expert service. Our pet care team consists of specialized lodging staff, licensed veterinary technicians, receptionists, pharmacy technicians, groomers and veterinarians. Everyone works together as a team to bring your pets the best care and experience possible. At GVH we specialize in preventive care, orthopedics, diagnostics, and emergency care.

Our veterinary hospital features:

  • State of the art surgical suite
  • Digital diagnostic imaging
  • Intensive care unit
  • Isolation suite
  • Pharmacy
  • Innovative treatment area
  • 7 exam rooms
  • Team of highly skilled Licensed Veterinary Technicians

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Office Hours:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
7:00am 7:00am 7:00am 7:00am 7:00am 8:00am Closed
9:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 3:00pm Closed


“Not long ago we had an emergency with our 13 year old Yorkshire Terrier one evening. It began with diarrhea and progressed to throwing up all night. The next morning we put him in the car and drove to our Veterinarian clinic (we had been with them for 25 years with all our pets) and waited outside their door until an employee showed up early in the morning. We called the office and told them that we were outside their door with a very critically ill dog. We gave his name and they said that they were booked solid. I told the receptionist that this was an emergency and he needed to be seen right away. She said that the doctor would not have time to see him but could admit him into the ICU with a payment up front but no guarantee he would be seen that day. You can imagine the disbelief that a critically ill dog could not be squeezed in somehow.

I hung up with her and called Gibraltar Veterinary Hospital and told them our situation, and that we were not a patient there. The receptionist said bring him right in and we will send for his records. Wow, what a concern and immediate response to a dire situation. Our dog was seen right away by Dr. Cole. They immediately did an exam, x-rays, and blood work. The sad news was that our dog was in extreme kidney failure. Dr. Cole gave us our options and we chose to put him in the ICU with overnight care. It was a holiday weekend and the hospital was closed to visitors but their deep concern and love for our precious animals allowed us to visit our dog after hours. Toby was there 3 days and each day he improved more and more. We were able to take him home the 4th day.

If it hadn’t been for the professional, loving, prompt attention by Dr. Cole and his staff, Toby may not have made it. We thank them from the bottom of our heart for the excellent care they gave.”

Jan Randazzo