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University Bird & Small Animal Clinic
Your best choice for complete veterinary care in Topeka, KS since 1984.
Call us at 785-233-3185
If you live in Topeka or the surrounding area, then you have picked the perfect site for ALL of your pet's health care options. Our licensed veterinarians Doctors Snyder, Gratton and Guernsey-Youngblood, have been treating all types of dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and pocket pets for more than two decades. Your pet's health is very important. We pride ourselves on providing personalized care tailored to your pet's unique circumstances. We take time to explain your pet's medical problems and provide you with ALL of your health care options. Our goal is to provide your pet with the most complete, modern and individualized care possible.
University Bird & Small Animal Clinic is a full service animal hospital offering some of the most advanced diagnostic, surgical and therapeutic options available in veterinary medicine today including digital X-ray and ultrasound, complete in house lab service, cruciate ligament repair, sports medicine and rehabilitation. Our doctors regularly consult with and refer to area and regional board certified specialists for advanced care options. In addition we have been regional leaders in embracing complementary and alternative therapies such as animal chiropractic, acupuncture, herbal and holistic care. Doctors Snyder, Gratton and Guernsey-Youngblood are experienced in all types of conditions and treatments in a wide variety of species.
University Bird & Small Animal Clinic has the distinction of being the first veterinary facility in the state of Kansas to perform in-house Adult Adipose Stem Cell Therapy and has been designated a MediVet Gold Stem Cell Clinic. Doctors Snyder, Gratton and Guernsey-Youngblood have performed over 50 of these regenerative medical procedures for conditions ranging from arthritis to autoimmune diseases. If you would like to learn more about this cutting-edge technology, please call 785-233-3185 and we would be happy to discuss the potential uses for your pet's health.
We have a number of resources to help you learn how to take better care of your pet. Browse around our website and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals involves a balance of nutrition, exercise, and preventive measures (such as vaccinations, heartworm testing and parasite control). If you want to ask a question call 785-233-3185 or email us and we'll get back to you promptly. Our Topeka veterinary office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Topeka pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, you and your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.
At University Bird & Small Animal Clinic, we treat you and your pets with personal attention and state of the art technology to help them live a long, happy, maximum-quality life. Afterall, they are valued family members and deserve the highest quality care available.
Doctors Snyder, Gratton and Guernsey-Youngblood
Topeka Veterinarian | University Bird & Small Animal Clinic | 785-233-3185
2619 SW 17th St
Topeka, KS 66604
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University Bird & Small Animal Clinic of Topeka offers exceptional, cutting-edge medical and surgical care for all your pet's needs.
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For more critical emergencies where time is of the essence:
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5501 SW 29th, (29th and I-470)
Topeka, KS 66606
Kansas State University Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital
1800 Denison Ave, Manhattan, KS 66506
Blue Pearl Emergency Medicine for Pets
11959 West 110th Street, Suite B, Overland Park, KS 66210
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Arthritis Pet Walk 2014
This year’s Pet Arthritis Walk was held in conjunction with the Walk to Cure Arthritis on May 10th. The Dog Walk is annually sponsored by University Bird and Small Animal Clinic to increase awareness of the public to Adult Stem Cell Therapy to improve the comfort of their 4-legged friends. This year, our team name was “March On Sherman” in honor of Sherman, a 13-year-old Pitbull mix- the first dog to receive stem cell therapy in our clinic! Our clinic had nine human participants (and seven dogs, including Sherman). We raised a total of $455 for the Arthritis Foundation, an organization that funds research related to treating joint diseases. Keep your eyes peeled for information on next year’s Dog Walk!