There is a special bond between humans and their animal companions which stretches well beyond their time spent here on earth. When you let an animal into your heart, you’ll open the door to a whole new world – a world filled with compassion, loyalty and unconditional love. It will forever change you and enrich your life immeasurably.

At Oakbrook Animal Hospital, it is this unwavering bond that each of us shares with our own four-legged family members that drives us to do our very best in everything we do. We consider it an honor to be able to make a difference in the lives of animals and the people who love them. There is nothing that brings us more joy than seeing a sick or injured patient recover and transform back into a happy, healthy pet again.

What makes us different from other practices in the Gardner/Olathe area is the personal touch with which we deliver our care. We always take the time to really get to know our clients, finding that common ground we share and connecting on a more personal level.

Patients are treated with the same level of care and attention that we’d give to our very own animal companions. That means a certain kind of pampering that you simply won’t find anywhere else. From that extra scratch behind the ear or rub under the chin to the warm blankets, soothing tone and gentle touch we use. You’ll know right away that your cherished friend is in caring, capable hands with us!

Whether you’re new to the area, recently welcomed a four-legged family member or you’re just searching for an experienced vet that not only offers exceptional care and service, but will treat you and your pet with the respect and compassion you both deserve – look no further than Oakbrook Animal Hospital. We’ve been helping pets “get their wag on” for more than 20 years, and we’d love to help your most precious companion enjoy as long, happy and healthy a life as possible. Stop by any time. We can’t wait to meet you!

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