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Please note: We will be closed Monday, December 26th in observance of Christmas!

Preserving Your
Pet’s Health

 

Feeding Hills Veterinary Clinic helps preserve the health of your furry family member. We provide wellness and sick pet care, advanced diagnostics, including digital x-rays and ultrasound, as well as surgical procedures, including spays/neuters, mass removals, and dental procedures.

A New Beginning

Feeding Hills Veterinary Clinic (originally Feeding Hills Animal Hospital) was founded in 1986 by Dr. Richard Vincunas. After nearly 35 years of service to the community, Dr. Vincunas retired and sold the practice to Dr. Caroline Joos in 2020. She is looking forward to servicing Feeding Hills and the surrounding communities for many years to come!

About Feeding Hills Veterinarian, Dr. Joos

Dr. Joos is interested in the whole-body wellness of your pet. She values preventative care, including healthy weight management, oral health, and parasite prevention. Dr. Joos is also an advocate for our older pet population and has experience managing chronic conditions, including osteoarthritis, Cushing’s disease, Addison’s disease, diabetes, thyroid disease, and chronic kidney disease.

Feeding Hills Veterinary Clinic’s Mission:

Our mission is to provide high quality, personalized veterinary care, focusing on respect to both the team, patients, and clients while emphasizing current best practices.

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We Believe:

Clients deserve the best care.

I feel that all clients should be offered the best care possible, all the time. My job as your pet’s advocate is to educate you about your options. It’s my job to work with you and figure out the best path to take, for you, your family, and your pet.

Medicine is always changing.

My job is to stay informed and bring to our clinic what is today’s standard of care. This can mean new procedures, new medications, or a different way how to treat a condition. Veterinary medicine is never static and never boring.

In great customer service.

Great customer service is achieved by happy and empowered staff members. They are our practice’s most important asset.