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Welcome to Nall Hills Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Overland Park, KS
Call us at 913-808-3181

Since 1974, Nall Hills Animal Hospital has been serving the community of Overland Park, Kansas. We proudly serve the pets in our community by providing quality health care for both treatment and prevention. Our Overland Park veterinarians also stress the importance of proper home care for pets in order to ensure pet owners can provide their pets with long and happy lives in a positive environment. We welcome you to explore our site and learn more about why we have served the community for generations!

Our Overland Park Pet-Friendly Family

Every staff member at Nall Hills Animal Hospital is involved in the care of our patients. We create a collaborative environment in which we strive to keep all pets that come through our doors safe, happy, and healthy. Upon your pet’s first visit, we'll begin creating your pet’s file and start by making recommendations for care. Together, we can build the best care plan to suit your pet's needs.

Preventative Care, Dental Health and More

We believe preventative care is the key to keeping pets healthy. Our preventative services can help your pet get off to the right start. From the first day with your new friend we want you to feel as if you are a part of our family. Our preventative care includes:

  • Vaccinations to keep your pet healthy and your family safe.
  • Fecal examinations and blood tests to check for diseases and parasites.
  • Physical exams to look for signs of sickness and chronic conditions.
  • Spay and neuter services which help keep your pet safe while controlling the pet population in Overland Park.

During wellness visits, we answer your questions, discuss future treatments and procedures for your pet and make recommendations that enable you to take better care of your companion. We believe pet owner education is a crucial part of animal care.

In addition to preventative care, we offer dental care services as well. Maintaining good oral hygiene is good for your pet for a variety of reasons. Pets with poor oral hygiene are at risk for a number of dental diseases which can lead to health issues, discomfort, and a decreased quality of life. Our routine dental screenings can help ensure you pet is on the path for good dental health.

It is important for us to provide different kinds of care at the various stages of life. Our staff is equipped to care for pets young and old and to help pet families understand the changing needs of their pets. In addition, we can provide surgical services, prescribe medications and provide support for pet families.

Contact Us Today!

If you're looking for an Overland Park Veterinarian, do not hesitate to contact us. As your veterinarian in Overland Park, we strive to offer you and your pet the best possible service and to welcome you into our family. Our caring and friendly staff is proud to have served generations of clients in Overland Park. Call us today at 913-808-3181 today to schedule your first visit!

At Nall Hills Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Overland Park Veterinarian | Nall Hills Animal Hospital

913-808-3181

9544 Nall Avenue

Overland Park, KS 66207

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "The staff is always friendly and Dr. Teeter was so good on Maxwell's Introductory visit. He took time to explain everything to me and was so gentle and loving with Maxwell. I have had nothing but great, positive interactions at Nall Hills and I would suggest anyone take their pet here for vet services or grooming.""
    - Kristen B. / Overland Park, KS

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