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Welcome to Heritage Animal Hospital, your local veterinary hospital. It is our mission to always provide excellent, high quality veterinary medicine to our patients and to be informative, caring, and honest to their owners.
Our veterinarians and staff have been committed to caring for all pets - including dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, reptiles, and exotic pets - for nearly 40 years. We are a full-service animal hospital that offers everything from routine wellness and preventative medicine to emergency and critical care.
Heritage Animal Hospital is all about family, tradition, and lifelong partnerships. We truly believe that pets enrich our lives and we want to do everything we can to make sure that your pet family members are happy and healthy. Give us a call or stop by anytime.
We can't wait to meet you and your furry, slobbery, adorable friends!
Dr. Patricia Cooke | Dr. Jessica Cooke | Dr. Trevor Strahla | Dr. Lauren Sample
I have been taking my dogs and cats to Heritage for many years. I also have friends that go to Dr. Pat & Dr. Jessica. They are extremely knowledgeable in every aspect of animal health care. Even on mammals you would never even think to take to the vet. Love the front desk staff in their caring attitudes, even though they are extremely busy. I would recommend anyone to take their four legged babies to visit Heritage Animal Hospital.
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