Our Office

Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Lange Animal Hospital. Life can be hectic: to make it a little easier, we provide all the necessary information about our practice on this page:

Appointment Scheduling Details
Walk-ins are certainly welcomed but appointments are preferred.

Payment Options
Cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted for payment of services.

Lange Animal Hospital provides your pet with state­ of-the-art boarding facilities. With a capacity for over sixty dogs and thirty cats we can take care of your boarding needs. The dog kennels have a rubber-epoxy coated bottom floor panel which keeps your pet dry, warm, and off the ground. The cat cages look out onto a landscaped outdoor area. All facilities are fully heated and air-conditioned to ensure your pet’s comfort. Any medications your pet requires will be given as instructed while boarding. Remember to bring the medication(s) along with your pet as well as written instructions for medicating your pet(s). No pets will be discharged to anyone other than the owner(s) unless arrangements are made in advance, along with a signed statement directing us to release your pet to someone other than you. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Pets are released only during regular office hours. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Please call well in advance of required boarding time to make your reservations as we fill up quickly.

Mission Statement
Caring and Compassionate Services for our most beloved friends.

Vision for the Future
Lange Animal Hospital will always strive to uphold the highest standards medically and professionally now and in the future. We will continue to upgrade our staff through judicious hiring principles and continuing education, upgrade our facilities and physical capabilities by utilizing the latest and best equipment available, and upgrade patient care through a consistent and constant “team approach” to patient care. We are committed to open and thorough client communications and will always strive to treat all patients as if they are “our own.”