Routine Wellness Exams

Our pets can’t communicate to us when they don’t feel well, so wellness exams are an important part in keeping your pet healthy. We use this opportunity to ask a detailed history and perform physical examination from nose to tail. Information from wellness exams can help detect early signs of illness or disease so that treatment can begin before progression. This is also a great time for you to ask questions. Wellness exams allow us the opportunity to discuss with you routine diagnostic testing or other diagnostics that will help keep your pet healthy.


Vaccines are a very important part in the prevention of serious, sometimes deadly diseases. We customize the vaccines to your pet’s environment and situation.


Dr. Jones performs a wide range of surgical procedures. From the routine surgeries, such as spays and neuters, to the more complex surgeries such as cruciate repair, fracture repair, gastropexy, and much more. Dr. Jones is highly skilled in his surgical techniques. Dr. Jones has over 25 years of experience, and he constantly strives to learn the newest techniques and procedures for both companion and food animals.

Dental Cleanings and Extractions

Dental health is very important in our pets. A thorough cleaning is important to control gingivitis and calculus build-up, which can predispose to other health problems such as bacteria entering the bloodstream and causing an internal infection. Also, we are able to perform dental x-rays and extractions as needed.

Digital Radiography and Ultrasound

With these tools, we are able to acquire diagnostic images very quickly and have results immediately.

In-House Laboratory

We are able to run in-house bloodwork for your pets that allows us to evaluate organ function and analyze for evidence of anemia, infection, and other blood disorders, all while getting the results back within 20 minutes. Our In-House Lab also provides evidence of internal organ function and overall health.

Laser Therapy

A scientifically proven way to reduce your pets pain and inflammation. Photobiomodulation, commonly called laser therapy, targets your pets damaged cells and helps them regenerate faster. This drug- free, side-effect free treatment can be used as an adjunct to your pet’s prescribed treatment plan.


Included with the microchip is the registration.


We have a fully stocked pharmacy to give you immediate access to the best treatment options.


We provide boarding options for cats and dogs. Our cats are kept in a separate room from the dogs for a quiet and less stressful experience. Our dogs are kept indoors and are taken outside routinely in our fenced-in grassy area for exercise and play time.


Aquamation is a modern form of traditional cremation. This service is a water based alternative to flame cremation. Owners receive an engraved urn of their choice that contains the remains of their pet.

Emergency Services

If you have an emergency after business hours, please call (620) 624-8461 and LEAVE A VOICEMAIL. Dr. Jones will return your call as soon as possible.