Benefits of Partnering with Goshen Animal Clinic for Your Pet's Care

Every pet owner needs a trustworthy veterinarian to partner with in the care of their pet. If you live in Prospect or the surrounding communities, bring your feline or canine to Goshen Animal Clinic for the veterinary care he needs. Our animal hospital is well-known for providing quality, conscientious care. Here’s what you can expect when you bring your feline or canine companion to our clinic.

Personalized, Professional Care

Goshen Animal Clinic is led by a team of veterinary specialists who are experts in their field. With over 50 years of collective experience in their profession, Dr. Karen Hagan, Dr. Brenna Roth, and Dr. Brian Proffitt are fully capable of caring for your dog or cat. Whether your pet needs preventative care or complex surgery, you can rest assured he’ll be in the best of hands.  

Our team shares a common passion when it comes to animal care. We feel every pet deserves personalized professional care. We strive to build a solid relationship with each of our pet patients, and their pet parents, to make you and your pet feel comfortable and at ease. We maintain a clean, welcoming clinical environment to accommodate your needs.

Comprehensive Veterinary Services

When your pet is sick or injured, you want immediate help to alleviate his pain and suffering. Our full service animal hospital has the personnel and resources to meet that need. We understand the trust you place in your Prospect veterinarian to provide prompt, effective care, and we’re fully prepared to fulfill that responsibility.

As preventative care is the foundation of your pet’s health and wellness, we offer annual wellness exams to evaluate your pet’s health over the years. Our wellness exams entail a full body inspection, vision and hearing tests, mobility tests, heart and lung tests, mouth and teeth inspections, and more.

Preventative care encompasses many aspects of your pet’s health, like vaccinations, dental exams and cleanings, nutritional counseling, parasite control, spay/neuter procedures, allergy testing, and microchipping. For injuries or chronic conditions, our facility is fully equipped to handle pet surgeries.

For your convenience, we offer on-site diagnostics, including ultrasound, digital x-rays, lab tests, etc., to make it easier to diagnose health problems and expedite your pet’s treatment. If your pet needs medications for pain management or healing, our on-site pharmacy can provide him with the medicines he needs.

Urgent/Emergency Care

Pet emergencies can happen suddenly when you’re least prepared. When you partner with Goshen Animal Clinic, you’ll always have someone to turn to for pet emergency care.

Visit Goshen Animal Clinic for All Your Pet Care Needs

To schedule a pet wellness exam or consult with a veterinary specialist at Goshen Animal Clinic in Prospect, call (502) 228-1827 today.

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Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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