Animal House Veterinary Hospital

4202 Jeffco Blvd
Arnold, MO 63010


Animal House Veterinary Hospital Welcomes You!

Here at Animal House, we practice state of the art veterinary medicine and surgery but have the personal touch you only get in a smaller, one doctor practice. Dr. Sherry takes her veterinary practice a step further than others by forging close relationships with her clients and their pets.  Our veterinarian and veterinary staff find communication and understanding to be vital to providing the best care possible for your beloved pet.  Dr. Sherry has a strong focus on pain control and quality of life for our furry little family members.

We are open 6 days a week for your convenience, and offer weekend and evening hours.  Plus, you always have the comfort of seeing the same doctor at every visit!

For over 30 years Animal House Veterinary Hospital has been serving the communities of Arnold, Imperial, Oakville and Barnhart as well as the greater Jefferson County and St. Louis County area.

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Arnold and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, read testimonials, visit our online pharmacy, and find details about upcoming events. Call our office today at (636)464-1038 for all your pet health care needs.

We accept CareCredit!

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Animal House Veterinary Hospital offers the VIN Client Information Library

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