Columbus, Nebraska

Pet Care Specialists

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Pet Care Specialists

3618 Howard Blvd
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 564-3565
Pet Care Specialists, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Columbus, Nebraska

When you’re the owner of a pet, whether you’re a dog mom or the person affectionately known as “the cat lady,” it's your duty to ensure they get the medical care they need. Pet Care Specialists, an animal hospital in Columbus, NE, offers comprehensive veterinary care by trained and qualified vets looking to keep your furry family members healthy and happy. With a full array of services available to you, you’ll quickly see why so many people have relied on them for the past 22 years.


From general pet care to more invasive procedures, if it’s a service necessary to bring your pet’s health to where it’s supposed to be, you can trust these trained veterinarians to use the best strategies, judgments, and methods of care to do just that. Their services include grooming, dental care, boarding, surgery, and general pet care. An in-house lab allows them to find out just what ails your pet through blood samples, x-rays, ultrasounds, and more.


Losing a pet is just as painful as losing a family member, and no one understands that more than the staff at this animal hospital. They will help you memorialize your pet through cremation. They have a crematorium on site, and their compassionate staff will ensure the loss of your pet will be properly celebrated with a lovely pet urn.


Choose the animal hospital that’s devoted to your pet’s health and well-being; choose Pet Care Specialists, the premier veterinary care center in Platte County. Call them today at (402) 564-3565 or visit them online for more information. You can also find them on Facebook for cute pet pics and more.

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