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Dr. Pamela Howell and the staff at Sunflower Veterinary Clinic are committed to every aspect of the well being of your pet. We understand that your pet is a family member, and we treat each one as if they are one of our own. From routine exams, to emergencies, Dr. Howell and her staff are here for you and your pet through every step of every process.
Sunflower Veterinary Clinic is a full-service small animal hospital in the Pratt area. Dr. Howell's years of experience in small animal primary and emergency care provides her with the skills needed to keep your pet healthy.
Our state of the art equipment allows quality monitoring, diagnostics and treatments for your pet. Please see our standards of care page for more details.
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Remember, at Sunflower Veterinary Clinic, your pets are our family!
Dr. Pamela Howell
Sunflower Veterinary Clinic | 620-352-0359
80210 NE 80th Street
Preston KS 67583
After hour appointments are available upon request!
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