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Join us for a Toys for Tots drivePlease help us give back to families in need by participating in our Toys for Tots Drive.

Simply bring a new, unwrapped toy to our hospital between November 11-December 7, 2016 to help make the life of a child better this holiday.

As a thank you, we are offering a free nail trim with every toy donated*, so don't forget to bring your furry friend along for the ride. There is no maximum number of donations per pet/family. Thank you in advance for your generosity!

Send a friendDo you want to save $25 on your pet's next visit to us? Now, it's simple! Just tell a friend or family member about our hospital and ask them to mention your name when they book a new client appointment. We will instantly credit both of your accounts with $25 for use on your pet's next visit.

As always, we appreciate the confidence you’ve shown in us by telling your friends about our hospital and love having you as part of the family!


Dr. Kimmey at the Humane SocietyWe did it! The veterinarians and staff here at Lincolnway Animal Hospital are so proud of our community, family, friends and team! 

Because of your generous donations of time and water, we just loaded a 16 foot box truck to the brim with water for pets in the Flint, Michigan area. As many of you know, Flint experienced a severe water crisis after it was discovered that their water was contaminated with lead.

Dr. Kimmey drove over four and a half hours to Flint with 2000 gallons of fresh water. We worked in conjunction with Genessee County Humane Society and Luck Day Animal Rescue to bring fresh water to the pets of the area!

It is amazing what we can accomplish when we come together and thus we thank everyone who supported our efforts by donating, collecting or even sharing our mission; especially our sister hospitals Animal Clinic at New Lenox, Glenwood Village Pet Hospital and Illiana Veterinary Hospital; also Lauren Rice from Merial (HeartGard) for donating the truck rental! Finally, sending a big thank you to our Chief of Staff Dr. Duane Kimmey for donating his time to drive the truck to Flint! 

Take a look at photos of our success!

We are excited to launch our Preferred Pet Rewards Program for dogs and cats who board here at Lincolnway Animal Hospital!

dog cat in bedFor every dollar spent on pet boarding, get 1 reward point (small dogs earn 23.5 points per night, large dogs earn 28 points per night).

For every 300 points, get $10 credit which can be used toward the following services:

  • Nail trim ($17)
  • Bath (same price as a night of boarding - dependent on pet size) 
  • Heartworm test ($48)
  • Fecal test ($33)
  • Or they can simply use their points towards their next night boarding stay!

At Lincolnway Animal Hospital, we understand the important role your pet plays in your family. We hope that our Preferred Pet Rewards Program will help us show our gratitude for trusting us with your pet's care while you are away! 

Lincolnway Animal Hospital Is Collecting Clean Water for Pets Affected By the Flint, Michigan Water Crisis

dog drinking waterWhile many great organizations are providing fresh water to Flint residents, we wanted to make sure that their pets weren't being forgotten. We are happy to share that through the Genesee County Humane Society, the water we are collecting will go to pet owners and their furry family members.

To donate, please drop off any amount of unopened water to our hospital during our regular business hours. Donate at least 2 large cases (24 bottles in each), or five 1-gallon bottles of water and get a free nail trim for your pet! 

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New Client Special

All new clients receive $15 off their first visit. Welcome!

Send-a-Friend Referrals

All existing clients receive $10 off their next visit for all referrals.

Military, Service, Clergy & Senior Discounts

We offer a 15% discount to active members of the U.S. Military; police, fire, emergency personnel, and (of course!) service dogs; clergy members; and senior citizens. (Proper identification required).