Correction: Please note that when Dr. Wantuck mentions an animal’s metabolism change, this should be corrected as two years of age (not two months)
We have veterinarians and staff on-duty five days a week who are trained and equipped to handle any urgent pet health care needs that may arise.
Our veterinary clinic maintains the highest level of standards for the care provided to our patients. Our animal hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and our veterinarians have decades of accrued training and experience to ensure all veterinary surgical procedures are performed with optimal care and precision.
According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), veterinary dental care is just as important as human dental care. Routine veterinary dentistry visits prevent both tooth and gum loss maintaining your pet's oral health.
When you are preparing for travel or a vacation, you may need to find a pet boarding facility for your beloved pet to stay while you are away. Trust the tender care of our animal clinic when this time comes!
Effective March 17, 2020 until further notice
We at Healing Paws Veterinary Clinic understand the spread of viruses because we deal with them every day in our patients. Therefore, we are keenly aware how a virus on the scale of COVID-19 can quickly impact the health of our clients and team members. Veterinary clinics are considered essential services. Therefore, our team has to stay as healthy as possible in order to continue caring for your pets in the months to come.
As a precaution, we are going immediately to curbside service. Please bring your cell phone to your visit and call the front desk at (417) 886-7070 when you arrive. A team member will come outside and retrieve your pet and perform their veterinary services while you wait in the comfort of your own car. We will provide the same service for prescription medication and prescription food pick up. We also ask that if you are showing any signs of illness that you reschedule your visit or send another caregiver with your pet. If we all work together and take the risk seriously and help mitigate spread and exposure, we will be able to better keep our team healthy so we can be here for pets who need us. Please be patient with us as we work to continue to serve our community.