72025 North Ave.

Armada, Michigan, 48005

Phone: (586) 784-9111


Emergency: (586) 784-9111

FAX: (586) 522-4232

Clinic News and Blog

Ruff Run 5K Fun Run/Walk with your dog


Please join Krause Veterinary Clinic in the first annual Ruff Run to benefit our Angel's fund. This fund is designed to help clients in need of getting their pets the proper medical care. We invite you to bring your dog to join in the fun all we ask is that your dog be vaccinated with the Distemper, Bordetella and Rabies vaccines. If your canine companion is dog aggressive please leave them at home this time.  Sorry we need to keep everyone safe. We will supply a t-shirt and snacks.  So come join KVC for a day of fun in the sun.


Pet Health Checklist: 4 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe This Spring


Our recent winter is one we're looking forward to leaving behind,  and it officially ends this month. As you look forward to spring, the Krause Veterinary Clinic veterinary team encourages you to take a few minutes to consider seasonal hazards from your pet’s perspective. By taking the time to pet-proof your home and yard, as well as being proactive with parasite prevention, you and your pet can fully enjoy the season together!


Preserving the Pearly Whites


Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Health Month? The American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA) started this awareness campaign several years ago to alert people about the importance of caring for their pet’s oral health. Although most pet owners take excellent care of their dog or cat, they often overlook toothbrushing and scheduling regular professional cleanings. The result is that 80 percent of companion animals have some form of dental disease by the time they reach age three. The Krause Veterinary Clinic veterinary team encourages you to strongly consider the importance of dental health for your pet.

Bad Breath in Pets is No Laughing Matter

It’s a common joke among pet owners that they love their dog or cat’s kisses despite the terrible breath that comes with them. Unfortunately, bad breath is one of the first signs that your pet could have periodontal disease. Oral chews can help disguise bad breath, but eliminating it and preventing periodontal disease requires regular dental care.