COVID-19 Phased Reopening Pop up

Masks are appreciated for anyone coming inside Lane Animal Hospital. Our staff will continue to wear theirs. Space is a challenge in our exam rooms, and in general when caring for pets. Since social distancing is not possible masks continue to be encouraged to be worn by all.

If you are feeling ill with any type of illness, COVID-19 or otherwise, we ask you to please utilize our curbside appointments only or to reschedule when you are feeling better.

Curbside service visits are available for all clients, for any reason as we move forward. Simply let our client service team know that when you call to check in for your appointment (or when you schedule).

These past 2 years of the pandemic have been challenging for everyone, our team and all of you. Please be assured our amazing group of dedicated and compassionate individuals are working hard to make sure your pets are as comfortable and stress free as possible when coming into the hospital with or without you, consistently using Fear Free techniques and patience with each of them!

We are proud of the fact that we have not had to close once or alter our operating hours for the hospital at all over the past 2 years because of the protocols we have put in place. Even when doctors and staffing became limited due to sickness and quarantines, we have been able to remain here for you and your pets consistently with a doctor available. We will continue to weekly reevaluate our current protocols and how the hospital flow is working. We have and will continue to do everything in our ability to keep our staff and clients safe.

We sincerely hope all of you know we are so thrilled to have you back inside with us!

Animal Rehabilitation & Wellness

Animal Rehabilitation & Wellness, PLLC provides rehabilitation therapy for your pet whether they have an acute injury or have a chronic condition.

Animal Rehabilitation & Wellness

Please visit their website for more information and to contact Dr. McRae directly for scheduling consultations or therapy!

About Dr. McRae

Dr. Andrea M. McRae, CCRT (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist), has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2000 with 7 years of experience in emergency and critical care. Dr. McRae completed her certification through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2010. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Southeastern Michigan Veterinary Medical Association, the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians.

​After seeing the benefits of rehabilitation with many patients, Dr. McRae feels she can improve the quality and longevity of many animals’ lives. The primary goal is to work together with your referring veterinarian to provide the best care for your pet. Rehabilitation can provide further options in care and can complement conventional therapy.

Services Include:

  • Laser Therapy
  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
  • Therapeutic Exercises
  • Soft Tissue Massage & Joint Mobilization
  • Thermal Therapies
  • Conditioning and Weight Loss programs are also utilized depending on case