Why We’re Rejecting Retractables
As of December 1st, Kimberling Animal Hospital will no longer allow flexi-leads or retractable leashes in the hospital. If you should forget or not have another option, our staff will… Read more
Holiday Donation Drive
We’re kicking off the holiday season with a clothing drive to support local students at the Reeds Spring Primary School. Now, through the end of December, we are collecting much-needed… Read more
Ask Dr. Henry: Chew on This!
Q: How do you do teeth cleaning on dogs? I’m going to make an appointment for my dog but want to understand how it’s done. -- Eva Palikij Dr. Henry:… Read more
Annual Exams: What Your Pet Can’t Tell You
Most pet owners will tell you that they can “read” their pets—they know from a certain bark or a particular look what their pet wants or needs. But that’s not… Read more
Halloween Safety Tips for Pets
Halloween can be a fun and tasty holiday for people—but not so much for our pets. Constantly opening the door for trick-or-treaters, unusual costumes and noises can often put animals… Read more
Don’t Let Summer Snake Up on Your Pet
Warmer weather means more activity for you, your pet…and snakes! Copperheads are the most common venomous snake in our region, and they’re found statewide. Kimberling Animal Hospital now carries the… Read more
Ask Dr. Henry
Question: Hi Dr. Henry! My dog Dakoda always hides in the shower when there are loud booms from fireworks or thunderstorms. Lately, he’s in there all the time! He’s still… Read more
What Exactly is TPLO Surgery?
Did you know that ACL disease is six times more likely to occur in dogs than it is in humans? While this is unfortunate for our canine companions, there is… Read more
Treating Skin Allergies
If your pet is always itching, licking their paws, chewing on their coat or scratching their ears, there’s a good chance they have skin allergies. Skin allergies are often caused… Read more
Is Your Pet Current on Flea/Tick Preventatives?
Did you know that May is Lyme disease awareness month? While this disease isn’t very prevalent in our area, it’s still very important to highlight prevention of Lyme and other… Read more