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Visit Our Veterinarians in Independence for All Pet Care

When pet owners in Independence, MO, need a veterinarian for all pet-related care, they can head to Farview Veterinary Hospital. Our team's level of commitment is unparalleled. Not only are our clients are given the assistance that they need when it comes to their pets' current ailments, they are also provided with the education that will keep their pets safe going forward. 

Keeping Your Pets Healthy All Year Round

At Farview Veterinary Hospital, we understand the importance of remaining proactive. Your pet's health must be monitored at all times. That's why we offer you all of the tools that you need to keep your beloved animal safe and healthy. If you are in search of helpful guidance for your pet's healthcare, our team of experts is more than happy to assist you. 

Pet owners who are looking for a veterinarian that stays up-to-date with the latest advances have come to the right place. Veterinary education is constantly changing. By allowing our team in Independence to keep you informed, your pet can remain healthy throughout the years.

Services and Pet Care Options

Thanks to our experienced service representatives, animal care assistants, licensed veterinary technicians, and veterinarians, your pet can receive the highest quality care. We offer the following:

  • Advanced diagnostics, including ultrasound and x-rays
  • Pet health and wellness care
  • Surgical procedures
  • Oral care assistance
  • Pet nutrition counseling 
  • Vaccinations
  • Cold laser therapy
  • Parasite prevention
  • Microchipping
  • Puppy, kitten, and geriatric care
  • Pain management
  • Wellness exams

The Best Pet Care in Independence, MO

Whether your pet is receiving a routine check-up or requires urgent care, Farview Veterinary Hospital has got you covered. Our team truly cares about the health of our patients, so we strive to provide the best care for them. 

If our animal hospital is open, your pet can receive any urgent care that he needs. Please contact us or stop by immediately if your animal is ill or injured. If at all possible, reach out to us before stopping by so that our veterinarians can prepare.

Most payments are accepted at our animal hospital. Clients can pay by check, cash, or credit cards. Discover, MasterCard, and Visa are all valid choices at Farview Veterinary Hospital. We even offer the option of monthly installments through CareCredit. Simply apply online. If you need an estimate for a surgery or any other procedure that your pet may need, we can provide the necessary information in a timely manner. 

Make an Appointment Today

From general care to surgery, the veterinarians and staff at Farview Veterinary Hospital in Independence, MO, can help your pet remain healthy and well for the long-term. To book an appointment for your animal, simply call us at (816) 257-5454.

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Business Hours

Monday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Friday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am

1:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I want you to know I appreciate the way you all are with each visit and pet. The welcoming atmosphere starts at the front desk and continues throughout the visit. My family really appreciates all you do!"
    Laurie Kearney, MO

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