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Veterinary Services

homepagedogcat.pngCount on our staff in Jefferson County, Missouri, for exceptional animal care and veterinary services. Country View Animal Clinic is proud to have a doctor with more than 25 years of experience caring for cats and dogs.  In addition to our on-site services, our clinic offers unique options for your pet, such as animal hospice "pawspice" care and house calls. We know that your pet is an important part of your family, so we strive to keep your animals at optimum health throughout every phase of their growth, development, and aging. Contact us at (636) 274-0410 to learn more about our clinic and about us.

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Originally founded as Mobile Animal Hospital, Inc., our business eventually evolved into the full service home-based veterinary clinic that it is today. Barbara Zehner, DVM and her assistant Greta Milne pride themselves in providing compassionate and responsible veterinary care. Dr. Barbara Zehner is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. In addition to veterinary services, at our clinic pet supplies such as Lupine collars and leashes, Hill's, Purina and Royal Canine prescription diets as well as a complete pharmacy may be found.

kittenshomepage.jpgpawprint.pngWe Make House Calls
Whether your pet is too ill to be transported to our office, or is simply stressed by trips to the vet, we offer in-home veterinary services for your convenience. If your pet requires more in-depth care than is possible to provide at the home (X-Rays, anesthesia, surgery, dentistry, hospitalization, etc.), then arrangements can be made to transport your pet to our facility. We provide care for the entire life of your pet beginning with pediatrics, through their adult life and finally to geriatrics. Please see our "Pawspice" page for more information about care we provide in your pet's twilight years.

peoplehomepage.jpgpawprint.pngSpecial Events and Discounts
On the second Wednesday of every month, we offer a routine surgery (spay, neuters and declaws) and vaccination clinic with all services discounted by 15% in order to serve a wider segment of the community. Early drop-offs and late pick-ups can be arranged. Our office also offers a dentistry clinic with 15% off dental services on the fourth Wednesday of every month. In November, join us for our annual Holiday Open House where we feature charming professional pet portraits/Holiday cards (appointment necessary) by We also feature various fund raising gifts with proceeds donated to local animal shelters and refreshments for all. Watch our website for upcoming special announcements and dates.

Call us at (636) 274-0410 for personalized animal care services.


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Been going to these wonderful people for many, many years with all our animals and all kinds of problems. Never been treated better (both me and my critters) by anyone. So extremely sensitive and caring at end of life times. Just the best."
    Janet O. / Cedar Hill, MO

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