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Welcome to Goshen Animal Clinic
Veterinary Services, Boarding and Grooming
13108 W. Hwy 42 Prospect Ky. 40059

As area-leaders in veterinary care, our staff is pleased to have you here. We invite you to explore our website so you can learn a bit more about our staff, our services, and our community involvement in the great Prospect, Kentucky area!

Get to Know Our Prospect Veterinarian Staff

Between our three primary doctors here at the Goshen Animal Clinic, our Prospect veterinarian team has over 54 combined years of experience serving our community. In that time, we've helped thousands of cats, dogs, and other animals recover from injuries, prevent illnesses, and maximize their quality of life at any age.

Dr. Karen Hagan, Dr. Brian Proffitt, and Dr. Brenna Roth lead a caring, attentive, and energetic staff that all share the same compassion for animals. Our friendly and focused team also shares the belief that every pet owner deserves honesty, accuracy, convenience, and genuine compassion when it comes to providing care for their animal companions, which is why we offer our services in a clean, hygienic environment along with a flexible schedule to accommodate your needs and busy life.

Enjoy Our Comprehensive Veterinary Services

Whether you're a new pet parent, new to the area, or simply looking for a new professional opinion, we're confident you can find what you need here at the Goshen Animal Clinic. We offer a wide range of services using the most state-of-the-art tools and technologies available, including:

  • Pet Wellness Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Dentistry
  • Allergy Testing and Treatment
  • Prescription Diets & Weight Management
  • Ultrasound & Radiology
  • Senior Care
  • Heartworm and Parasite Testing
  • Flea and Tick Prevention
  • Pet Surgery, including Spay & Neuter
  • Microchips
  • Urinalysis
  • On-Site Diagnostics Lab and Pharmacy
  • Emergency Care

For kittens and puppies, our team can help you stay on track and up-to-date with all the necessary shots for the newest addition to your family. For adult animals, we'll provide general medicine as well as prevention and treatment in a completely customized way to meet your pet's individual needs. Additionally, we consider it one of our jobs to help pet owners make difficult decisions about their pets' health, and it's a job we take very seriously. It's why we ensure every person who walks through our door is given the time and attention needed to make informed choices in the face of everything from trauma to end-of-life care.

Are you a pet parent living near Prospect, Kentucky?

Looking for an animal hospital you can entrust with your beloved companion's health and well-being? At the Goshen Animal Clinic, it would be our honor to develop a relationship with you and your pet. Our Prospect veterinarian team is on a mission to deliver the most advanced and best-practice diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive services possible in a comfortable and calming environment. To schedule an initial consultation or to learn more about our state-of-the-art services and technology, please stop by or contact us today by calling 502-228-1827.

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Goshen Animal Clinic


7:30 am-7:00 pm


7:30 am-7:00 pm


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7:30 am-7:00 pm


7:30 am-6:00 pm


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