Pet Medical Services

Comprehensive Pet Medical Services from Farview Veterinary Hospital

At Farview Veterinary Hospital, it is our goal to make sure that pets who come to see us receive the right medical care. That is why our doctors work hard to make sure they not only provide a wide range of services, but also stay up to date on the latest information in the field. We are here to serve the families of the Independence area. Take a look at what we can do for you!

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Annual Exams from the Team at Farview Veterinary Hospital

At Farview Veterinary Hospital, the centerpiece of what we do is preventative care. When someone comes to see us for an annual exam, there are a few tasks that we are going to accomplish. They include:

HistoryWe are going to figure out how your pet is doing. This includes diet, mobility, sleeping, and more. We will also answer any questions you might have.

PhysicalWe are also going to perform a detailed physical exam. This is allows us to discover any issues that might not have been obvious at first.

Vaccines We know that many people have questions about shots. This is one of our essential pet services. We want to make sure that your pet is protected against dangerous diseases and illnesses. Please bring any questions to us. We are here for you.

LabFinally, we will also perform a few routine tests to make sure that your pet's blood, urine, and electrolytes are healthy. Our lab is one of the most advanced in the area.

Emergency Pet Care Services for Acute Illnesses and Injuries

While we want to prevent serious injuries and illnesses from happening, we know that emergencies are going to happen from time to time. If your pet has an emergency, we are here to help. Our acute care team is capable of handling a wide variety of injuries including broken bones, lacerations, penetrating injuries, and more. If your pet falls ill with vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, or any other concerns, we can handle this as well. We want to make sure that your pet receives care in his or her hour of need. Please call us with any concerns.

Contact Us Today to Learn More

At Farview Veterinary Hospital, our pet services are comprehensive. We know that you are looking for a one-stop-shop for medical care for your pet. That is our goal. If you are looking for a veterinary provider in Independence, they look no further than us. Call us today at 816-257-5454 to make an appointment with a friendly member of our staff!

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  • "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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