In September 2014, Dr. Tricia Crist founded Four Paws Veterinary Clinic and opened the doors as a multi-service veterinary practice offering compassionate care to both owners and their pets. While originally founded as a small animal practice, with growth comes change and in August 2020 Dr. Dallas Duncan-Klauser joined the team, bringing with her years of large animal experience. This change allowed us to offer services to large animals that don't have paws. Therefore, we decided to change our name and logo to better reflect our practice and on August 3, 2020 we became Four Paws and Hooves Veterinary Clinic.
Whether you are coming in to our clinic or we are going to you on the farm, you are a part of our family and our foremost concern is your pet's and/or your farm's well-being.
Our practice may be different from what you are accustomed to. Our goal is to provide exceptional care at affordable prices, meaning you will no longer have to sacrifice quality care for the well-being of your furry family member! And this holds true for livestock as well; we understand that your herd is your livelihood and by providing exceptional care at affordable prices, you are able to increase your profit margins.
In addition to our medical practice Four Paws and Hooves Veterinary Clinic is an active part of the community and offers educational sessions, pet loss support, pet boarding, grooming, daycare, and will soon have an indoor dog park.
Take a look at our website and get comfortable with what we have to offer and who we are. When you are ready you can schedule your appointment online, via phone, or via text. Welcome to the Four Paws and Hooves family!
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Please contact us with any questions by calling or texting (217) 209-3225.