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Veterinarian in Springfield Mo- Hometown Veterinary Hospital - As a Springfield Animal Hospital, we offer a full range of services, including labs, surgery, dental and vaccines and boarding for dogs and cats in Southwest Missouri.

  • http://www.htvet.com/month/ Pet Months-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - Each month our Springfield, MO veterinarians focus on different aspects of pet ownership and care with helpful articles.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/april/ Heartworm Prevention -Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - Our veterinary clinic, Springfield, MO, can test your pets for this sometimes fatal disease.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/may/ Lyme Disease - Hometown Veterinary Hospital- Springfield, MO - Dogs and cats contract Lyme Disease from ticks. Visit our Hometown Springfield Veterinarian for help.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/june-thunderstorm-season/ Pet Anxiety Advice --Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Springfield, MO - Loud noises trigger anxiety in some dogs. Our local veterinarians Springfield MO can help you and your dog with this problem.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/walk-your-dog-and-obesity-awareness-month/ Overweight Dogs - Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - Fat dogs suffer health issues.Our Springfield Veterinary hospital can help your dog maintain a healthy weight.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/nov-pet-cancer-awareness-month/ Pet Cancer Awareness-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - Know the signs of cancer in dogs or cats. Specialists at our Springfield veterinary hospital can show you the signs.
  • http://www.htvet.com/month/february-lost-pet-prevention-month/ Pet Dental Health- Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - We are Springfield veterinarians who care about your pets' dental health.Call us today for the sweetest dog breath in town!
  • http://www.htvet.com/about/ About Dr. Kara Amstutz and Hometown Vet - Springfield, MO - See Dr Kara Amstutz and our veterinarians Springfield,MO for complete medical care: includes dog neuter and dog spay, cat neuter, cat surgery, dog surgery.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/ Pet Services - Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - Let us be your veterinarian in Springfield, MO. for cat neuter, spay, surgery, teeth cleaning, vaccinations, and dog neuter, spay, surgery, teeth cleaning, vaccinations.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/pet-wellness-care/ Pet Wellness - Hometown Veterinary Hospital- Springfield MO - Our animal care center in Springfield, MO cares for well pets and sick pets. Call for an appointment: (417) 883-7297
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/pet-wellness-care/autumn-health-risks-dogs/ Autumn Health Risks-Dogs-Hometown Veterinary Hospital- Springfield MO - The Springfield veterinarians at Hometown Veterinary Hospital share Autumn Health Risks for Dogs. Our Springfield Animal Clinic often sees sick dogs in fall.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/veterinary-diagnostics/ Labs and Diagnostics- Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - At our Springfield Animal Clinic we diagnose pets: physical exams, lab tests, digital radiographs.Call for an appointment: (417) 883-7297
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/your-pets-surgery/ Pet Surgery-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - Our Springfield veterinary performs pet surgery for dogs and cats. Call to make an appointment.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/dental-health/ Pet Dental Health - Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - Your dog or cat's teeth tell a lot about his general health;come to our Springfield, MO animal care center for the best pet dental care.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/senior-care/ Senior Pet Health - Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Springfield MO - Senior dogs and cats have special needs and health issues of aging; we provide senior pet care for Springfield, MO.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/pain-management/ Pet Pain Management - Hometown Veterinary Hospital -Springfield MO - Our veterinarians, Springfield MO help manage pet pain with medications and diet.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/itchy-skin/ Dog Itchy Skin- Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield MO - Your dog or cat has itchy skin? Our Springfield vet center can help you identify cause and cure of itching.
  • http://www.htvet.com/services/specialties/ Specialties- Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - We offer a complete menu of pet care options at our Springfield vet location.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/ Common Pet Questions -Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - These are some of the most common questions clients ask when visiting our Springfield vet clinic.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/itchy-ears-skin/ Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Pet Has Itchy Ears? - What seems like ear mites might be an infection. Let Springfield vet Kara Amstutz help your pet feel better fast.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/itchy-ears-skin/does-my-pet-have-ear-mites/ Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Pet Has Ear MItes? - Maybe it's ear mites or maybe it's an an infection. Let us do a thorough ear exam to be sure.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/fleas/ Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Ticks and Fleas - Ticks and Fleas are a nasty problem all year round; our Springfield vet center can help your pet with medications.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/fleas/tick-paralysis/ Tick Paralysis-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - Tick paralysis is a nasty and unnecessary problem in dogs. Our pet doctors hospital in Springfield Mo can help your pet avoid ticks or help him heal .
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/fleas/when-start-tick-prevention/ Tick Prevention-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - Don't wait for spring ! Our Springfield veterinary clinic can help you start medicating your dog now to avoid ticks and their diseases.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/fleas/fleas-cats-and-dogs/ Prevent Fleas - Hometown Veterinary Hospital, Springfield, MO - Hometown Veterinary Hospital offers Springfield animal hospital clients advice on preventing and ending flea infestations.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/anal-glands/ Anal Gland Problems-Hometown Veterinary Hospital-Springfield, MO - If your dog is dragging his bottom along the carpet, our animal care center can help him feel better fast.
  • http://www.htvet.com/common-pet-questions/lumps-bumps/ Diagnosing Lumps on Your Dog - Hometown Veterinary Hospital - Our Springfield Veterinary Clinic specialists can diagnose lumps and bumps on your dog and get him healthy and comfortable again.

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