Emergency care is available during regular business hours. After hours phone consultation service is available. Call the regular clinic number (660)882-2796, leave a brief message with your name and number and a doctor will be notified and will return your call as soon as possible. We are also a short distance to the University of Missouri Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Columbia, with full service ICU and board certified surgeons, emergency care, etc.
We appreciate any feedback you can give us on our service to you and your pet. Please take a moment and fill out a survey. You can mail it anonymously to the clinic. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you. Please click on the link below to print the survey.Client Survey
Send Us Your Pet Photos!
If you would like for your pet to appear in our Pet Photos or Pet Memorial on our website, please email us your pets photo at email@example.com. Please specify if it is for the general Pet Photos or Memorial. Please include your pets name, birthday, and date of death if for the memorial. If you wish for the photo to be captioned, please tell us what you'd like it to say.
Think feeding your pet people food is no big deal? Think again! Click on the food translator below to see what we are talking about.Food Translator
How Old Is Your Pet In Human Years
Quality of Life Scale
When evaluating quality of life, personalized patient and client information is needed to reach an educated, informed and supported choice that fits not only the pet’s medical condition, but the family’s wishes. Quality of Life Scale
Dealing With The Loss of A Pet
In Loving Memory Of Those Gone Too Soon.
View the Memorial
Heartworm Testing and Prevention
Feline Leukemia and FIV
Get the facts on both of these diseases and how they can affect your cat. Learn the importance of having your cat tested. Click on the links below.Feline Leukemia FIV
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