Veterinary Health Center

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Update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

As expected, fall has brought a resurgence of highly pathogenic avian influenza nationwide. Our policy at the VHC is to not see poultry, ducks, geese or swans at this time. If you have questions, please call in advance, 785-532-5690. Kansas has now identified HPAI in several counties.

About HPAI


rabbitRabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV)

In early 2020, a new variant of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) entered the United States. This variant is common in wild rabbits in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Since its first discovery in the US, it has spread to multiple states in the US, with Kansas being the most recent state affected. Due to these circumstances, the VHC will not be seeing wild rabbits at this time.

About RHDV


Healthy Weight Clinic - accepting patients!

Concerned your pet might be overweight? The Healthy Weight Clinic may be the answer to jump-start your pet's weight loss journey!

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Career Opportunities at the Veterinary Health Center!

From faculty-level positions to Veterinary Nurse (RVTs) and support staff, consider joining the Veterinary Health Center.

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Doctors to treat them all

From equine and livestock to small or exotic animals, the Veterinary Health Center has the resources and expertise to provide high-quality medical care for all animals.


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What to expect when visiting

With a team of more than 35 respected, board-certified veterinarians working with state-of-the-art technology, we provide an unrivaled level of care. Equally important, we understand and honor the bond you have with your pets. Be assured that we will treat them with the same care and compassion we give our own.

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Hill's Pet Health & Nutrition Center

The Hill's Pet Health & Nutrition Center provides primary care for your companion animals such as dogs and cats. For appointments, please call 785-532-4242.