Community and Awards
Learn more about the awards we have won and how we help the Rockford community below!
Three Best Rated® Top 3 Veterinary Clinics Winner
Perryville Pet Hospital is the best veterinary clinic in Rockford. It provides compassionate care for pets of all ages. Together their doctors bring more than 60 years of compassionate care & expertise to your visit. Their team always treats and cheese for your 4-legged friend, along with a lot of love & patience. They tailor your pet’s healthcare based on lifestyle and environment. They have a new focus on hospice & palliative care, with the end of life comfort care plans and in-home euthanasias. They provide everything in between from puppy & kitten visits to hospice care. Telemedicine/Phone consult services are available.
Best Vet Clinic in Rockford for 4 years!
What Rocks in Rockford
Over 486,000 votes and we have been voted at the top since 2015!
2015-2021 – Top 3 Veterinarians in Rockford & Best Veterinary Clinic
Also awarded for having the Best Employee Benefits & Best Workplace Culture and the Best Small Business Company Party!
What Rocks in Rockford 2021 Best Veterinary Clinic
What Rocks in Rockford 2020 Best Veterinarian
What Rocks in Rockford 2019 Best Employee Benefits
What Rocks in Rockford 2018 Best Veterinarian
What Rocks in Rockford 2017 Best Veterinarian
What Rocks in Rockford 2016 Best Veterinarian
Great Community. Great People. Great Pets. Great Vets.
The internet has a lot of information available, both good and bad. “Dr. Google” will never replace the vast education and knowledge that veterinarians and veterinary technicians receive in their years of college, and continue to learn every day on the job.
2019 Bark in the Park
Thank you to all that came out to support our event! We had a wonderful time.
PPH Raises $2700 for their Belvidere Police Department K9 patients, Frank and Shep!
Funds provided the Belvidere PD K9 Unit with:
• Two New K9 Bullet Proof Vests
• New Police & Military Grade Bite Suit for training
• New K9 Tracking Unit – allows for officers to track their K9’s