Small Animal Services

Boarding

We provide boarding service for whenever your pets can’t accompany you on trips. Each animal gets exercise time 3 times a day. We provide them with Science Diet food while they are here, or you can bring their own food for them to have! We do require that each pet is up to date on their vaccinations to board.  Drop off and pick up times are any time during business hours or on Saturday afternoon at 5 pm. and again on Sunday at 8 am and again at 5 pm.

Annual Wellness Exams

We highly recommend that each animal come in annually for a wellness exam from one of our veterinarians. This exam will cover the health of the animal, any concerns or questions you have about behavior, training, or nutrition, as well as provide preventative care through the administration of selected vaccines and deworming.  We also provide maintenance anal gland expressions, nail trims, and ear cleanings during our regular business hours.

Surgical Services

We offer a wide variety of surgeries that are performed right here at our clinics. Ranging from routine spays and neuters, front declaws, dental cleanings, mass removals, soft tissue surgery, and select orthopedic procedures, our experienced staff will treat your pet like one of our own.

For routine surgeries, we do our best to make sure your dog can go home with you the evening of surgery, so he can recover in the comfort of your home. This is on a case by case basis and will be decided by your veterinarian to make this time as stress-free as it can be.

Emergency and Urgent Care

We have a veterinarian on call 24/7 to respond to any medical or surgical emergency your pet may have.

In-House Pharmacy and Laboratory

To provide you with the fastest answers to your animal’s health, we are equipped to do general health bloodwork while you wait, digital radiography is also available, as well as heartworm and feline leukemia tests. Our laboratory can also do stool sample analysis to look for intestinal parasites, and cytology for analysis of any lumps or bumps that you find on your pet.

Certain blood tests may need to be sent to a specialized outside laboratory. If this is needed for your pet, your veterinarian will inform you.

We also stock many of the medications that we need to properly treat your pet, which saves you a trip to the pharmacy!

We offer many other services that aren’t specifically on this list. If you are interested in a procedure you don’t see here, please call us and we will see what we can do to accommodate you!

CALL 785-675-3378 TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT.

*24 Hour Emergency Service Available.*

Office Hours

*24 Hour Emergency Service Available.*

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Large Animal Spotlight

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