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Affton Veterinary Clinic

St. Louis, MO 63123
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Affton Veterinary Clinic has been serving the greater St. Louis metro area since 2008. The clinic provides standard medical services as well as highly advanced treatments, including stem cell therapy and advanced imaging. Online ordering is available from Affton Veterinary Clinic's pharmacy, and appointments can also be scheduled online through the clinic's website. The clinic is available for emergency calls.

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Arch Animal Hospital

St. Louis, MO 63122
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Arch Animal Hospital is located in St. Louis and serves West St. Louis County, including Manchester, Ballwin, Kirkwood and Des Peres. The hospital has treated local pets for a decade and offers a comprehensive range of medical services, including microchipping, flea and heartworm protection, digital radiography, and therapeutic laser light treatment. The hospital also offers a range of affordable pet care packages called "Petly Plans" to help make preventive care more affordable for clients.

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Barrett Station Veterinary Clinic

Ballwin, MO 63021
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Barrett Station Veterinary Clinic is based in Ballwin and serves the St. Louis metro area. For more than 25 years, the clinic has been providing essential veterinary services to pets and their owners in the area. Founding veterinarian Dr. Caroline Gilje specializes in small animals, like guinea pigs and sugar gliders, and in animal ophthalmology. The clinic is highly rated by patients.

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Big Bend Veterinary Clinic

St. Louis, MO 63117
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For 40 years, Big Bend Veterinary Clinic has been providing medical services to St. Louis pet owners. Located on Big Bend Boulevard and serving Richmond Heights, Maplewood, and Clayton, the clinic focuses on small domestic animals. On-site lab testing and diagnostics are available, as is surgery and nutritional advice. The clinic's staff are available for consultations and referrals after hours.

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Chippewa Animal Hospital

St. Louis, MO 63116
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Chippewa Animal Hospital is located in South St. Louis in the Dutchtown neighborhood and serves the surrounding area. Founded 35 years ago by Dr. Bruce Kurka, the hospital provides a wide range of medical services, including microchipping, internal medicine, dental care, radiology, and surgery. The two veterinarians have a combined almost 90 years of experience in the field between them.

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Clarkson-Wilson Veterinary Clinic

Chesterfield, MO 63017
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Clarkson-Wilson Veterinary Clinic is a full-service clinic located in Chesterfield that takes on all types of pets as patients, including birds, reptiles, and some small farm animals, as well as cats and dogs. Founded more than 20 years ago, the clinic has a veterinarian on call seven days a week for emergency calls outside of normal operating hours.

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Kingsbury Animal Hospital

St. Louis, MO 63130
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Kingsbury Animal Hospital is located in University City near the Delmar Loop. Founded almost 40 years ago by St. Louis veterinarian Dr. Stephen A. Brammeier, the hospital offers a broad range of veterinary services, including behavioral medicine, dental care, surgery, grooming, microchipping, and laser therapy. Free dog behavior classes are available every week. The hospital is closed on Sundays and refers clients to its network of urgent care clinics.

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O’Fallon Veterinary Medical Center

O Fallon, MO 63366
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O’Fallon Veterinary Medical Center has been serving both pet owners and farmers in the St. Louis metro area since 2009. The center cares for both large and small animals, offering dentistry, surgery, boarding, and wellness and preventive care. The three veterinarians receive rave reviews from their patients' owners, and all three of them are pet owners themselves.

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Southwick Veterinary Hospital

St. Louis, MO 63129
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Southwick Veterinary Hospital has been serving the St. Louis area for more than 40 years. A comprehensive range of medical services is offered for dogs, cats, birds, and pocket pets. These services include dental care, surgery, an in-house laboratory and radiology center, and laser therapy for pain and inflammation. Returning clients can take advantage of drop-off services, which allow pets to be dropped off in the morning and picked up later in the day.

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St. Louis Hills Veterinary Clinic

St. Louis, MO 63109
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St. Louis Hills Veterinary Clinic has been family-owned and operated in the city of St. Louis for more than 40 years. The firm provides standard medical services like dentistry, heartworm and flea prevention, diagnostic services, and surgery, along with holistic medicine, including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Individualized fitness plans for pets are also available. The clinic accepts birds and exotic pets as well as cats and dogs.

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The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America

St. Louis, MO 63110
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The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America has three locations in the St. Louis metro area: one in the city itself, one in Chesterfield, and one in Maryland Heights. The center provides low-cost spay and neuter services along with a full range of affordable medical services for pets, including orthopedic surgery, dermatology, ultrasound, and laboratory services. All three locations are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.

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Town & Country Veterinary Hospital

Town and Country, MO 63017
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Town & Country Veterinary Hospital has been serving the greater St. Louis metro area from its Town & Country location since 2009. The hospital cares for all pets and has experts in small animals and exotics on staff. A wide range of health services is available, including animal acupuncture, surgery, diagnostic testing, and laser therapy. The hospital also provides medical services to local animal rescue groups at reduced cost.

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Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic

Ellisville, MO 63011
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Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic is a full-service veterinary clinic located in Ellisville and serving the greater St. Louis County area. For more than 55 years, the clinic has been providing care for all types of companion animals, including exotic pets like iguanas and parrots. Consultations and referrals are available over the phone after hours, and a pharmacy is located on site at the clinic.

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Willowbrook Veterinary Clinic

Creve Coeur, MO 63141
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Willowbrook Veterinary Clinic has been serving Creve Coeur and the surrounding St. Louis suburbs for more than 40 years. All domestic pets are accepted, and surgery, dental care, diagnostics, and microchipping are also available. The facility boards cats and provides end-of-life care to senior pets. The clinic's veterinarians are available for emergency visits outside of normal hours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much do veterinary assistants/technicians make?

A: Veterinary assistants typically earn about $13.75 an hour, or $28,590 per year. Vet technicians, on average, make $17 per hour, or $35,320 per year for full-time employment.

Q: What do veterinary technicians do?

A: Vet technicians serve many roles in the clinic. They act as surgical nurses, lab and radiography technicians, and supervisors to veterinary assistants. Technicians also meet with pet owners and usually provide the initial exam of their animal. They can administer vaccines and medications, but are not allowed to write prescriptions or provide a diagnosis without veterinarian approval.

Q: What do veterinary assistants do?

A: Vet assistants help veterinarians and technicians with their daily tasks, set up equipment, and clean key areas of the clinic, such as kennels and operating rooms. There are certification programs for vet assistants, but most are trained for these tasks on the job.

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