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Welcome to Advantage Veterinary Center, where we provide affordable, high quality veterinary care for pet owners in High Ridge and the surrounding Missouri communities. We invite you to learn more about our mission, our services, and our veterinarians whether you are a new patient at our veterinary practice or returning to us for continued care of your pets.
We welcome not only dogs and cats, but rabbits, horses, and pocket pets at our veterinary hospital. We consider ourselves a full service veterinarian and are happy to be able to offer your pets services including:
We are fortunate to have three qualified vet professionals at our animal hospital: Dr. Jennifer Haug, Dr. Angie Johanson, and Dr. Heather Schatz. In addition to having three talented local vets on staff, we have a wonderful team of vet techs, front desk staff, and other employees that make Advantage Veterinary Center who we are. Our registered vet techs assist with pet care, client education, animal emergencies, and much more.
Our veterinarians have experience responding to domestic and large animal health needs, performing wellness and emergency care, and helping pet parents be responsible owners. We consider ourselves to be an open hospital, which means that we invite you to watch as we provide needed veterinary care for your pet.
Can we assist you with any veterinary services in High Ridge today? For your convenience, we accept appointments over the telephone at 636-677-9790 or online, via our appointment request form. We provide pet care six days a week to best meet the needs of our community. Do not hesitate to call if there is any way that we can help your pets.
Dr. Heather Schatz, Dr. Angie Johanson, and Dr. Jennifer Haug
High Ridge Veterinarians | Advantage Veterinary Center | 636-677-9790
322 Emerson Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
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