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Welcome to Farview Veterinary Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Independence, MO
Call us at (816) 257-545

We are following our local Covid-19 guidelines and our lobby is now open to clients. The health and safety of our staff and clients continues to be of the utmost importance to us. Caring for our patients is always important and we continue to commit to excellent veterinary care. We are still taking appointments Monday through Saturday.  

The veterinary industry, as a whole, continues to be very busy. Our physical appointments and surgeries are being scheduled days and weeks out. We continue to work hard to make more appointments available. We appreciate your understanding and patience. 


Here at Farview Veterinary Hospital in Independence, MO, we offer a full selection of veterinary services at our practice. We can take care of your pet's vaccinations, exams, spay or neuter surgeries, and much more. Our veterinary staff is highly trained and has a great deal of experience in working with cats, dogs, and pets of other species. Read on to learn more about our veterinary services. 


Pets need to be vaccinated regularly to protect them against various diseases, just as humans must get regular vaccinations. The vaccination schedule for pets is similar in that puppies and kittens have to get many vaccinations over a number of different visits. Once your dog or cat reaches adulthood, he will not need quite as many vaccinations. Of course, he will still need to be vaccinated on a regular basis for his own health and safety. 


We recommend that dogs, cats, and pets from other species have regular yearly exams. Again, this is an aspect of veterinary care that is similar to human healthcare. We often take care of your pet's vaccination needs at his yearly exams. We will also test for common diseases like heartworm. Our exams include a dental inspection, as many cats and dogs have tartar built up on their teeth that needs to be addressed.

Spay & Neuter Surgeries

We also perform surgical procedures at our veterinary practice. Spay and neuter procedures are the most common type of surgery that we do. If you have a puppy or kitten that has not yet been fixed, bring them in and we will take care of the procedure with as little discomfort to your pet as possible.

Make an Appointment with Us at Farview Veterinary Hospital

Here at Farview Veterinary Hospital in Independence, MO, we can take care of all your pet's veterinary needs. Whether your pet needs immunizations, an exam, a spay and neuter surgery or another veterinary service, we've got you covered. We pride ourselves on treating all of our furry patients with respect and kindness. If you would like more info about our practice and the services that we offer, please don't hesitate to give us a phone call or contact us through our website. One of our associates will give you all of the information that you need and even help you make an appointment at a convenient time. Contact us now for an appointment.

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    Laurie Kearney, MO

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