Our mission is to provide the highest quality in Veterinary Medical care in a friendly, relaxed setting. We hope you will refer your family and friends to our practice. 

At this site, you will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, helpful forms to assist you and an extensive Pet Medical Library for you to search for additional information.

Feel free to browse through our site. If you want more information, about our practice please go to the Contact Us page and use one of the convenient methods to communicate with us.

 

Pets need Heartgard PLUS heartworm prevention in the winter too!

Buy a 12 month supply of Heartgard PLUS and get a $12 rebate in the mail.

PLUS Be one of the first 12 people to mention our Facebook and website special and receive an additional 10% off your pet's Heartgard AND if your pet is due OR has never had a heartworm test, GET $10 off the heartworm test!

Call Ark Veterinary Associates at 442-3306 or come by at 907 East Kansas Avenue to take advantage of this special offer! 

Thanks for visiting and we look forward to serving you.

Dr. Steve White 620-442-5483       Dr. Angie Gatton 620-438-2982 

  

Check out our NEW merchandise page to see some of the great products we have in stock.

ADR: Learning from History

And thus, one of the most colorful acronyms in veterinary medicine is born. ADR: Ain’t Doin’ Right.The conversation between the client and receptionist usually ...

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High Anxiety: Pot and Pets

How high is your hound?Now that recreational marijuana use is legal in two states (Colorado and Washington) and medical marijuana is legal in 21 states marijua ...

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Lick Granuloma

Lick granuloma (acral lick granuloma, acral lick dermatitis) is a common, stubborn skin disease that is directly caused by the dog licking an area of the body, ...

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When microchips muddle pet ownership status

The day a new client brought in a friendly terrier mix she’d found as a stray, Dr. Meghan Ellis was just trying to do the right thing by scanning the dog for a ...

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