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Affton Veterinary Clinic

St. Louis’s Affton Veterinary Clinic has been open since 2008, and they’ve seen a lot of pets in that time. The clinic offers both traditional medicine and cutting-edge procedures, such as stem cell therapy and state-of-the-art imaging. The pharmacy at Affton Veterinary Clinic accepts online orders, and the clinic’s website can be used to book visits. In the event of an emergency, please contact the clinic.

Arch Animal Hospital

As a St. Louis institution, Arch Animal Hospital serves the communities of Manchester, Ballwin, Kirkwood, and Des Peres in West St. Louis County. Microchipping, flea and heartworm prevention, digital radiography, and therapy laser light are just some of the many medical services offered at this facility, which has been caring for local dogs for over a decade. To assist clients in affording preventative treatment for their pets, the hospital also provides a selection of “Petly Plans,” which are pre-paid care packages.

Barrett Station Veterinary Clinic

The Ballwin-based Barrett Station Veterinary Clinic provides pet care to clients in the greater St. Louis area. The clinic has been serving the local community’s pets and their owners for over 25 years. Dr. Caroline Gilje, the practice’s founder, has a particular interest in animal ophthalmology and the care of small animals including guinea pigs and sugar gliders. According to patient reviews, the clinic is excellent.

Big Bend Veterinary Clinic

Big Bend Veterinary Clinic has been serving the veterinary needs of St. Louis area pet owners for 40 years. The clinic on Big Bend Boulevard treats small pets and serves the areas of Richmond Heights, Maplewood, and Clayton. Medical procedures, including surgery and nutritional counseling, as well as diagnostic tests, are all performed on-site. The clinic’s staff is available for appointments and referrals even when the facility is closed.

Chippewa Animal Hospital

If you’re looking for a veterinary clinic in South St. Louis, go no further than Chippewa Animal Hospital, conveniently situated in the city’s Dutchtown district. Microchipping, internal medicine, dental care, imaging, and surgery are just some of the many services offered at this facility, which was founded 35 years ago by Dr. Bruce Kurka. Together, the two vets have about 90 years of experience.

Clarkson-Wilson Veterinary Clinic

Chesterfield is home to Clarkson-Wilson Veterinary Clinic, a full-service facility that treats not just cats and dogs but also birds, reptiles, and even some small agricultural animals. The clinic has been open for more than 20 years, and there is always a veterinarian on call for after-hours emergencies.

Kingsbury Animal Hospital

The Kingsbury Animal Hospital is conveniently situated close to the Delmar Loop in University City. Dr. Stephen A. Brammeier, a veterinarian from St. Louis, opened this facility about 40 years ago. It provides a wide variety of treatments, including behavioral medicine, dental care, surgery, grooming, microchipping, and laser therapy, for pets. Every week, you can take your dog to a free behavior class. On Sundays, the hospital is closed, but its affiliated urgent care clinics are open.

O’Fallon Veterinary Medical Center

Since its opening in 2009, O’Fallon Veterinary Medical Center has provided veterinary care to residents of the St. Louis metropolitan area, including both pet owners and farmers. The facility provides veterinary services such as dentistry, surgery, boarding, wellness and preventative care, and more to animals of all sizes. All three vets are also pet owners, and their clients have nothing but the highest praise for them.

Southwick Veterinary Hospital

For over 40 years, pet owners in the St. Louis area have been able to count on Southwick Veterinary Hospital. Treatment options for canines, felines, avians, and small animals are extensive. Dental work, operations, in-house X-rays, lab facilities, and laser therapy for pain and inflammation are all part of the package. If you are a returning customer, we provide drop-off services where your pet can be dropped off in the morning and picked up at the end of the day.

St. Louis Hills Veterinary Clinic

For almost 40 years, the St. Louis Hills Veterinary Clinic has been caring for pets in the city as a family business. The company offers conventional medicine, such as dental, heartworm, and flea prevention, diagnostic services, and surgery, and alternative therapy, such as acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Pets can also have their own personalized exercise routines. In addition to cats and dogs, the facility also takes exotic creatures.

The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America

St. Louis proper, neighboring Chesterfield, and suburban Maryland Heights are all served by the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America. Spaying and neutering aren’t the only low-cost medical procedures for pets that are available here; the facility also does orthopedic surgery, dermatological work, ultrasound imaging, and offers laboratory testing. The American Animal Hospital Association has recognized each of the three facilities as acceptable.

Town & Country Veterinary Hospital

Since 2009, Town & Country Veterinary Hospital has been offering its services to those in the wider St. Louis metropolitan region from its Town & Country facility. Specialists in unusual and tiny animals are on staff at this animal hospital. Treatment options are extensive and include everything from acupuncture and surgery for animals to diagnostic tests and laser therapy. The hospital also offers discounted medical care to local animal rescue organizations.

Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic

The Ellisville-based Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary care to pet owners throughout St. Louis County. The clinic has been around for over 55 years, and throughout that time they’ve treated everything from dogs and cats to iguanas and parrots. The clinic has a pharmacy on site and provides telephone consultations and referrals outside of business hours.

Willowbrook Veterinary Clinic

Creve Coeur and the rest of the St. Louis suburbs have been served for over 40 years by Willowbrook Veterinary Clinic. Surgery, dental care, diagnostic testing, and microchipping are just some of the services provided for all types of household pets. In addition to boarding, the facility also offers hospice care for aging pets. Veterinarians at the clinic can accommodate unexpected visitors outside of business hours if necessary.



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