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EXCELLENT care in SW Michigan ACIC, Canton
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Animal Cancer and Imaging Center in Canton, MI     http://www.vete…..ancer.com/

This practice is a free-standing cancer treatment center. Cancer care for pets is all they do. 

Dr. Obradovich is the oncologist I’ve worked with. She is current in her knowledge, full of empathy, and has boundless optimism and enthusiasm. 

Dr. Warzee is the surgeon at the center. She is knowledgeable and skilled. 

The whole staff at ACIC performs beyond any type of service – medical, veterinary, or otherwise. The techs feel as well-versed as the doctors and several have been able to give me extensive, helpful information even when the oncologist wasn’t able to be right with us. 

The whole environment is geared toward compassionate care – both for the pets and for their pawrents. 

The fact that the center is fully devoted to cancer diagnosis and treatment means that your options are expansive and timely. Decide to have a radiation treatment or a chemo infusion? They’ll do it right away as long as they have available time and space. You don’t have to go to different locations for diagnostics – it’s all there. Results from bloodwork, x-rays, any kind of scans – you get all of it while you’re there. There is no waiting for results then having to make another appointment to go back. 

Anyway… I clearly could go on forever. ACIC offers absolutely stellar care. I’ve met people who drive several hours to go there! 

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You’ve done.an excellent job.of being.very thorough with your feedback! Very nice of you to take time to share!

Having everything at one lpcation is a huge plus…AND empathetic, compassionate.staff…another plus!

Hugs!

Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!

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