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The Animal Hospital is your premier choice for all your veterinary needs in Plainville, KS. Serving North Central Kansas since 1976, we have been providing complete animal care services including state of the art digital radiography, preventative health care, herd health and bovine reproductive services, and numerous other options for your companions and herd. Our staff includes Dr. Lauren Mack and a friendly, well trained team of technicians and support staff. Expect prompt services, quality pet and large animal products, and exceptional results for we believe you deserve nothing less.
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At The Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Lauren Mack
Plainville Veterinarian | The Animal Hospital | 785-434-7222
710 South Washington
Plainville, KS 67663
Plainville is so lucky to have Dr. Mack. Our puppy loves going to The Animal Hospital; the staff is so friendly to both animals and their humans. Even after a surgery, he was just happy as can be when we left! They must be incredibly attentive while animals are in their care. It's wonderful to know that your pet is in such good hands. I cannot recommend Dr. Mack highly enough.
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