Jefferson County Animal Hospital

Find Jefferson County Missouri animal hospitals. Animal hospitals provide animal health services such as veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care.

Animal House Veterinary Hospital 4202 Jeffco Boulevard Arnold MO 63010 636-464-1038

Arnold Animal Hospital 1324 Jeffco Boulevard Arnold MO 63010 636-200-3314

Circle of Life Animal Hospital 2150 U.s. 67 Festus MO 63028 636-937-7673

Dacus Veterinary Hospital 701 North Truman Boulevard Crystal MO 63019 636-937-9502

DeSoto Veterinary Hospital 13909 Missouri 21 De Soto MO 63020 636-586-3572

High Ridge Animal Hospital 2612 Gravois Road High Ridge MO 63049 636-677-3070

Hope Animal Hospital 300 Biltmore Drive Fenton MO 63026 636-349-0049

Imperial Animal Hospital 6221 U.s. 61 Imperial MO 63052 636-464-0777

Ivan Animal Hospital 21 Walters Drive House Springs MO 63051 636-671-0700

Jefferson Animal Hospital 11267 Missouri 21 Hillsboro MO 63050 636-789-3366

Murphy Animal Hospital 1430 Gravois Road High Ridge MO 63049 636-677-8555

Twin City Animal Hospital 1779 U.s. 67 Festus MO 63028 636-937-9164

Vogel Veterinary Hospital 3913 Vogel Road Arnold MO 63010 636-287-9452

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About Animal Hospitals

Are all Animal Hospitals accredited?

No. The guidelines developed by the AAHA are professional recommendations for standards of veterinary care. Accreditation involves sending teams of consultants to evaluate Animal Hospitals on their adherence to recommended standards. Animal Hospitals are not required to be accredited.

At what age should pets be spayed or neutered?

For dogs, the typical age for spaying or neutering is between six and nine months old. For cats, the usual range is between six and eight months. The procedures are frequently performed on younger cats and dogs, especially at shelters that fix animals prior to adoption.

What vaccines are recommended for dogs and cats?

The vaccination for rabies is usually first administered at around 12 weeks of age, and it requires periodic revaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required by law. Canine distemper, adenovirus type 2, parainfluenza, and parvovirus can be prevented using the 4-way DAPP vaccine. Feline distemper (a.k.a. panleukopenia), rhinotracheitis, calici, and chlamydia can be prevented by the 4-way FVRCP vaccine.