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Full Service Veterinary Animal Hospital in Dixon, Illinois
River Ridge Animal Hospital in Dixon, Illinois, provides pets in the Sauk Valley area with the best possible veterinary care, grooming, boarding, and day care services. Along with our highly-trained doctors and staff, our animal clinic offers treatment and care utilizing the most state-of-the-art veterinary equipment and techniques. At River Ridge Animal Hospital we know that pets are like members of your family and we treat them as if they are members of our families, too.
Our animal hospital is conveniently located between Dixon and Sterling, at 273 IL Rt 2, Dixon, Illinois, serving the Sauk Valley Area
In our 17,000 square foot veterinary medical center, we offer general veterinary medicine and wellness care, therapeutic and surgical laser, digital radiology and ultrasound diagnostics, rhinoscopy, dental care, internal medicine, pet grooming, doggie daycare, and state of the art boarding. We are looking forward to seeing you and your pet in our facility!
Please take a moment and contact us today, to learn more about River Ridge Animal Hospital and to find out more information about how we can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
To schedule an appointment with River Ridge Animal Hospital, please contact us at 815-288-3394.
At River Ridge Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
THE DOCTORS AND STAFF OF RIVER RIDGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
273 IL Rt 2
Dixon, IL 61021
We have had such great treatment of our dog, Maggie at River Ridge, even when we've called during off hours. From the doctors, office staff, groomers, boarding and daycare staff, everyone has been friendly and professional. Our dog loves to go there and we feel confident that she is getting the best care from everyone.
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