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Welcome to St. Francis Animal Hospital where your pets are truly our passion!
Our staff is eager to share our time, compassion and expertise with you and your beloved pets.
Since our founding in 2003 we have remained focused on our vision; that is, to provide our community with quality medical, surgical and integrative pet care, continued education, and celebration of the human-animal bond.
Welcome to High Plains! At High Plains Veterinary Hospital we provide high quality medical care for your pets. We offer internal medicine, surgical, dental, wellness, and geriatric care for dogs, cats, and exotic small mammals. More importantly we want to work with you to provide the best care possible for your furry family members.
At High Plains Vet we offer a full range of services to ensure the health and wellness of your best friend. Our services include:
* Wellness examinations and vaccines * Health Certificates, local and international * Dental Prophylaxis, X-Ray, and extractions * Spays and Neuters * Soft tissue surgery * Orthopedic Surgery * X-Ray * In House Blood Chemistry * Ophthalmology * Dermatology * Chemotherapy * Internal Medicine * Ultrasound, Abdominal and Cardiac * O.F.A certification for Hips, Elbows, Heart, and Thyroid
Our mission is to provide quality service for less! We were established with the present economy in mind. In order to accomplish this goal, overhead costs had to be minimized. For example, minimum space, basic essential equipment, small inventory and few employees are methods of cost cutting. At the same time, we provide quality pet health care. I view the surrounding full service and specialty hospitals as an extension of my overall pet health care team. Great Value Pet Clinic will be able to provide most of the services needed at up to 50% savings over full service hospitals. We seek to provide for the health care needs of the pet, as well as making it comfortable for the owner.