Marcus Larson DVM Veterinarian
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At Glen Park Animal Hospital, we believe in treating our patients like we do our own pets. We know that animals that are free of stress respond much better to treatment, so we do everything we can to make our visits as stress-free as possible. It's not unusual to see our veterinarian, Dr. Marcus Larson, sitting on the floor and playing with dogs in order to make them feel more at ease. Many times puppies don't even realize they've been vaccinated because they've had such a good time here. We aim for wagging tails and an eager attitude, and we'll take the time to make sure your pet feels great every time it visits.
We're not just a quick clinic; our animal hospital offers complete health and wellness services. We know your pets are members of your family and, like with any other family member, we strive to educate you so your furry friend can live a happy and healthy lifestyle. Some of the services we offer are:
The goal of every good pet owner is to find a veterinary office they can create a relationship with. At Glen Park Animal Hospital, you can find that veterinarian in Gary. Call our office at 219-980-4944 today to make an appointment. You'll see the difference our team attitude makes with the health of your pet.
Come by and be a part of our family. Call for an appointment or stop in today.
Dr. Marcus Larson
Glen Park Animal Hospital | 219-980-4944
3150 W Ridge Rd
Gary, IN 46408
$35 Flea and Tick Bath
I have been bringing all of my dogs to Glen Park Animal Hospital for the past 20 years and have found their service to be excellent! I am a nurse and have found that the care, competency and compassion that the entire staff gives to the animals is as good as (and in some instances even better than) the "human doctors/hospitals"!! Dr. Larson explains everything and does good follow-up with my "fur-babies". You can tell that the entire staff loves their job!
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