WARNING

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Close [x]
3301 HWY MM Hannibal, MO 63401
573-221-0915
m

Wellness Exams

For adults and puppies or kittens.

Vaccinations

Companion animals are required to have yearly vaccines. Call to make sure your pet is current.

Spay & Neuter

We also do Humane Society spays and neuters for your adopted pets.

Emergency Care

If you have a small animal emergency, call the office number and follow the instructions on the voice recording.

In House laboratory diagnostics

We have a hematology and blood chemistry machine located in our clinic, which allows prompt laboratory results.

Flea and Tick Prevention

Fleas and ticks are not only parasites to the body, but they also carry specific diseases that can cause illness to your pets. It is important to control flea and tick bites year round.

Surgery

We perform a variety of surgeries, from routine spays and neuters to growth removals, de-claws, ear trims, cystotomies (bladder surgery), orthopedics, and even emergency surgeries including cesarean sections.

Heartworm testing/prevention

Heartworms are live worms that live in the heart and are transmitted by mosquitoes. Appropriate prevention is extrememly important to ensure your loved one does not contract this disease.

Fecal/urine analysis

In house analysis on both fecal material and urine. Fecal floats are performed to check for internal parasites that can affect your pet's health.Urinanalysis can be performed for several reasons including checking for infections.

Micro Chipping

We offer micro-chipping for protection against lost pets.

Grooming

We have a full time groomer on staff with over 25 years of experience.

Dental Care

Dental care is just as important as routine wellness examinations and vaccines. Dental work should be performed yearly to keep your pets' mouths clean and healthy.

Digital Radiology

In house digital radiography offered for speedy diagnoses.

Boarding

Separate dog room and cat room in the clinic to allow for a comfortable stay. There are also larger kennels to provide an area for exercise.

Veterinary Topics