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Now accepting new small animal clients!

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Dedicated to our patients - your companions

We strive to provide the highest quality medical care, while treating you and your pets like family. 

We provide care primarily for dogs and cats, while also providing preventative and minor illness or injury care for horses, small ruminants, and some exotic pets. If you have a question about our services or the species we care for, please call our office. We would love to hear from you and discuss how we can help your pets!



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Small Animal Services



Annual or semi-annual exams are an important piece of maintaining your pet's health. Our doctors will perform a full physical exam, evaluating systems like your pet's cardiovascular, respiratory, and neuromuscular health. We will also discuss an appropriate vaccination protocol for your pet in accordance with your lifestyle, as well as appropriate nutrition, supplementation, and other wellness topics.



If your pet were to become lost, a microchip would help vets and animal rescuers across the country reunite you with your pet. We place Save This Life microchips. These chips register the owner's contact information, so when a rescuer enters the chip number into Google, they can access the contact information you've provided.



We are proud to offer in-house diagnostics including bloodwork, urinalysis, x-rays, and ultrasound. When diagnostics beyond our in-house capabilities are required to diagnose your pet, we utilize one of our partner diagnostic laboratories to send out more complicated diagnostic tests.



Our doctors are trained to perform a variety of surgical procedures, including spay and neuter procedures, bladder surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, mass removals, biopsies, and more. 



We are often able to accommodate urgent care appointments during our business hours. While we do not currently take walk-ins, we do our best to accommodate these needs by scheduling you an appointment. Please see our "Emergencies" page for more information about true emergencies.



Keeping your pet well groomed is a critical part of maintaining their health - especially that of their skin and coat. We are pleased to offer full grooming services including haircoat maintenance, toenail trims, anal gland expression, bathing, furminator treatment, and more. Contact us to discuss your needs!



We offer boarding and daycare services for both dogs and cats. Dogs must be up to date on DHPP (or comparable core vaccine), Rabies, and Bordetella vaccines to board, with a negative fecal float within the past year. Cats must be up to date on FVRCP (or comparable core vaccine) and Rabies, with a negative fecal float within the past year.

Please contact our office for more information!



Dental health is a very important but often overlooked part of caring for pets. Just as with humans, animal periodontal disease can be quite painful, but many pets carry on eating and acting normally even with severe disease. Our doctors can examine your pet to determine if a dental cleaning is needed, and any other treatments that may be required. We are able to perform extractions if necessary, and prescribe appropriate pain medications during recovery.

Equine Services

At this time, our equine services are limited to preventative and wellness care, with some minor illness and injury. For reproductive care, advanced lameness assessments, medicine, or orthopedics, care with an alternative full-service equine hospital is recommended.


Spring and fall vaccines are an important part of maintaining your horse's health. We offer wellness exams, core vaccines, and some lifestyle-based vaccines recommended in this geographical area.

Minor Illness/Injury

We are able to provide wound care, minor lameness assessments, routine dental floats, sheath cleaning, and other minor medical care.

Annual Testing

We offer Coggins testing, health papers, fecal testing, and deworming recommendations as part of your horse's annual health assessment.

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Mobile Veterinary Services

We are pleased to be able to provide mobile services for horses, dogs, cats, and other pets. Our 4x4 truck with PortaVet box can bring the clinic to your home or barn. This option is not only for large animals - but also pet owners with too many dogs or cats to bring to the clinic at once, those with pets who get very stressed at the clinic or with travel, or those who are considering euthanasia for their pet in the comfort of their home environment.



7720 W 199th Street

Stilwell, KS 66085

Tel:  (913)897-5595

Fax: (913)897-9561


Monday: 7am - 5:30pm

Tuesday: 8am - 5:30pm

    *Note: Appointments are only scheduled 8a-12p on Tuesdays, but we are open for other services until 5:30p.

Wednesday: 7am - 5:30pm

Thursday: 8am - 5:30pm

Friday: 8am - 5:30pm

Saturday: 8am - 12pm

    *Note: Saturday medical appointments are only on the first Saturday of the month, but we are open the remaining Saturdays for other services.

Sunday: Closed



We are proudly family owned and operated, and are passionate about serving Stilwell and the surrounding community by providing the best care for their pets. It is our mission to provide care that is in the best interest of both our patients and their families, and we work diligently to provide treatment plans that are realistic, while also providing the highest quality care possible. Our doctors value open communication with clients, and do their best to understand each family's needs and desires when it comes to caring for their furry family members.

Our Doctor

Breanna Kriley, DVM

Dr. Kriley is a Kansas State University graduate with particular interests in wellness, surgery (particularly spay/neuter), equine behavior, and exotic animal husbandry. She is passionate about mixed animal veterinary practice, and knows that "practice" means there is always something new to learn! She can often be found researching the newest findings and treatment recommendations for her patient's conditions in her down time at work.

When Dr. Kriley is not at the clinic, she is usually with her husband, Steven, and her zoo of personal pets: Gentry (Pug/Pit Bull mix), Willow (Spanish Water Dog), Dually (Quarter Horse), and Sulcata tortoises Yahtzee and Leah. She enjoys hiking, fishing, and spending time with her nieces, nephews, and other family in her free time. 

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