Dr. Andrea Putt
graduated from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 1992.

After 20 years of experience, it was Dr. Andrea Putt’s desire to open her own veterinary hospital.

At her new animal clinic in Commerce, Michigan she continues to provide exceptional veterinary medical care for the pet owners of Commerce, Michigan and all of Oakland County.

Honors and Associations

Dr. Putt was a member of the PHI Zeta Veterinary Honor Society during her time at MSU.
Currently, she is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Modern and High Tech Veterinary Care

Dr. Putt’s goal is to provide the most modern and high tech veterinary care, delivered with compassion and a “small town” touch. Dr. Putt understands the desire of her clients to have various treatment choices available to care for their pets. She has a special interest in difficult cases and second opinions.

Dr. Putt strongly believes that thorough physical exams are vital to a pet’s well-being and is the basis for the “preventative care” philosophy at Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital. Preventative medicine for dogs, cats and other small animals and pocket pets is always the best approach for the highest quality of life. She enjoys caring for pets during all stages of their lives.

Incredible Compassion and a “Small Town” Touch

Dr. Putt is married to Brent, and has two daughters. Currently there are 7 cats and 3 horses in their family. Outside of the veterinary hospital, Dr. Putt may be seen spending time with her family, at a dance competition with her daughters, in her perennial garden, riding her horses, snorkeling or on a sunny beach somewhere!

Dr. Putt’s Family and Pets

Dr. Putt loves being a veterinarian because of the personal relationships she has formed with her clients, their families, and their furry family members! Through her many years of practice in the Oakland County area, she has shared with her clients all the gamut of emotions, the happiness and the sorrow, that are part of loving pets.


Dr. Andrea Putt