Ann Arbor Animal Hospital
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2150 W. Liberty Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
- Open 24 hours a day
- 7 days a week.
Ann Arbor Animal Hospital is a full-service, 24 hour facility that strives to provide the very best veterinary care to our patients. Our highly trained staff of professionals and state-of-the-art equipment are just part of the story. Every dedicated member of the team will treat you and your pets with courtesy, compassion, and respect, while offering quality care and customer service. Our practice provides a diverse group of services to promote overall patient health, including preventive health plans that save you money while providing the preventive care your pet needs. Call today to learn more about our services and how we can help improve the health of your pet.
Ann Arbor Animal Hospital Services
- 24-Hour Animal Hospital
- Behavioral Medicine
- Blood Transfusions
- Dental Care
- Emergency and Critical Care
- Fully Stocked Pharmacy
- Hospice and Euthanasia Services
- Laser Therapy
- Nutritional Counseling
- Pain Management
- Parasite Prevention and Control
- Puppy and Kitten Care
- Rabbits and Small Mammals
- Radiology (X-Rays)
- Regenerative Medicine
- Senior Care
- Wellness Exams
- Preventive Health Plans
Ann Arbor Animal Hospital Staff Profiles
Robin Webster, DVMER Care
Dr. Webster received her DVM from MSU-CVM in 1978. She has worked at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital for 11 years. Her particular areas of interest are emergency medicine, toy breeds, pocket pets, rescue, geriatric care and hospice. She was inspired to become a DVM by her hard working single mother. She says, “I was an only child and my mom was either working or in school, so my pets were my constant companions,” and her mother encouraged and supported her in caring for her pets appropriately.
Dr. Webster owns almost too many animals to count! She has a herd of Chihuahuas (three to be precise), one pug, two dachshunds, several cats, a flock of birds, a pot-bellied pig, a milk snake, and a flying squirrel. She and her husband have two grown daughters.
Dr. Webster enjoys the diversity of personalities and experiences provided by the dedicated professionals here at AAAH. She says that the commitment and sensitivity of the support staff is excellent; the warmth and empathy they provide to frightened and anxious clients and their pets makes a big difference when treating the animals! Dr. Webster would advise pet owners to “Take the time to be observant of your pet’s normal daily activities and behaviors. This will give you important insight into determining whether or not your pet may be ill.” Show More
Heather Jarrett, DVMPrimary Care
Dr. Jarrett graduated from Ohio State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2006. She practiced in the Cleveland, OH area for two years prior to moving to Ann Arbor. Dr. Jarrett joined the Ann Arbor Animal Hospital in 2008 and appreciates the family atmosphere of the hospital and the way the doctors and support staff treat the patients as if they were their own. Her areas of interest include surgery, regenerative medicine (stem cell therapy) and general practice.
Dr. Jarrett knew she wanted to become a veterinarian as a young girl when her cat, Mittens, became ill and she couldn’t “fix” him. Dr. Jarrett currently has a cat named Isabel and a dog named Ernie. She enjoys spending time with her family as well as scrapbooking, photography and being outdoors. Heather and her husband are at home here in Ann Arbor and are looking forward to raising their family here. Show More
Janet Figarra, DVMPrimary Care
Dr. Figarra graduated from MSU with her DVM in 1988. She began working at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital in kennels in 1980, later working in the lab, treatment and reception. She started working as a clinician and surgeon upon graduation from vet school.
Dr. Figarra’s passion is soft tissue surgery. She states “There is nothing more rewarding than removing toys, etc. etc. from a young dog’s small intestine.” She enjoys mentoring students in the Health Professions program through Ann Arbor Public Schools and teaching local 4-H groups about veterinary science. Dr. Figarra appreciates the amount of experience the staff at AAAH has. “Our general medicine, critical care, and ER staffs cooperate fully to communicate, research and learn from one another.” She feels this cooperation allows the staff at AAAH to give clients valid options and patients the most appropriate care.
Dr. Figarra grew up on a small farm and spent most of her waking hours outside with “critters”. She had a fascination with watching the family sows farrow and the veterinarian palpate the cows. Her sister started vet school when she was in the first grade so she had no inhibitions about whether or not she felt she could succeed as a veterinarian. “I don’t actually remember a time when I decided to become a vet, I just always knew it was what I wanted to do.” She and her husband have three children and their household includes two dogs, Toby and Scarlett; two cats, Fester and Boris; two horses, Judy and Lulu; a herd of goats, a flock of chickens, a rabbitry of rabbits, and a cockatoo named Lola! Show More