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Welcome To Colonial Manor Animal Hospital Your Choice Homer Glen Veterinarian


Have you been looking for a Homer Glen veterinarian that you can rely on for all of your pet's health and wellness needs? If so, then look no further than Colonial Manor Animal Hospital. With our combined 25 years of experience and our state-of-the-art technology, our team is here to assist your pet in maintaining the happiest and healthiest lifestyle possible. For your convenience, our veterinarian in Homer Glen is available for appointments six days a week and our hours are ideal for those with busy schedules.

Your Trusted Animal Hospital in Homer Glen

With each animal we see in our office, we always strive to make them feel as comfortable and at-ease as possible by providing a welcoming and supportive environment for clients and pets alike. Furthermore, our ultimate mission is always to provide the highest level of service to pets of all ages, types, and sizes. We understand that your pet is a loved member of your family, and we treat them with the care and respect they deserve.

Types of Pets We See

Unlike many other animal hospitals in the area, our Homer Glen animal hospital is proud to see a number of pets, ranging from your typical dogs and cats to even exotic animals, such as birds, reptiles, and small mammals.

Pet Care Services Available

We're proud to offer an extensive range of pet care services for your beloved friend. For starters, we provide wellness exams and vaccinations to keep up-to-date on your pet's immunizations and make sure your pet is in good health overall. Typically, these are recommended once per year. 

Furthermore, we also offer a variety of specialty services for your pet, including dental care, radiology, diagnostic ultrasounds, and even a number of surgical care options to help diagnose problems and help improve your pet's health as much as possible.

Our veterinarian in Homer Glen is also available for pet emergencies. Specifically, you can always call our office during business hours if you have a vet emergency. However, for after-hours emergency care, we have a couple of numbers for 24-hour vet clinics that we'd be happy to refer you to.

Contact Your Homer Glen Vet Today

When it comes to finding a Homer Glen vet that you can truly rely on for all your pet care needs, of course you don't want to take any chances. By turning to our team of professionals here at Colonial Manor Animal Hospital, you can always rest assured that you're in good hands. Whether your pet is in need of a routine wellness exam or something more involved, such as a dental cleaning or even a surgery, we have the experience and technology available to provide the best level of care.

Ready to schedule an appointment? Feel free to give our office a call at 708-301-8200 today. We'd be happy to find a date and time that works with your busy schedule, and we'd love to answer any questions you may have about our services or our practice.

Office Hours

Appointments start at 9:00am


8:00 am-7:30 pm


8:00 am-6:30 pm


8:00 am-6:30 pm


8:00 am-7:30 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm


8:00 am-1:00 pm



Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • David Ihrke DVM

    Years in Practice: 22

    Year Took over practice: 2007

    Schooling: Carleton College B.A 1991, University of Missouri Columbia – DVM 1995

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  • Marcus Taylor DVM

    Years in Practice: Going on 4 years, starting at CMAH 2/27/2017 as a doctor

    Years working here before: Worked in our hospital from 2003-2010 as a veterinary assistant

    Schooling: Kansas State University Class of 2014

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  • "Dr. Ihrke has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years."
    John D / Homer Glen, IL

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