As the newest veterinary clinic in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, we are very excited to be here. Dr. Wesley Hood and Dr. Tom Hancock are fulfilling a life long dream of opening a veterinary clinic in Siloam Springs. Thank you for the very enthusiastic reception that we have already received. We know how important your pets are to you and at Pro-Vet their health and well-being mean everything to us.
Our goal is to give your pets the same attentive, quality care we would want our own pets to receive. We want to team up with you, your pet’s healthcare advocate, to provide proper care that will keep your animal friends healthy for years to come.
We are a full service Siloam Springs animal hospital treating dogs, cats, hobby farm animals(goats, sheep, pigs, etc.), as well as exotics, such as ferrets, snakes, reptiles. We perform in house laboratory services, dental cleanings and procedures, orthopedic surgeries, laser therapy, cutting edge stem cell therapy, microscopy, digital radiography, and we also offer boarding for your pets. All bird patients are referred to Hancock Veterinary Services in Springdale, AR at 1507 Wesley Ave, Springdale, AR 72764.
At Pro-Vet of Siloam Springs, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Wesley Hood and Dr. Tom Hancock
Siloam Springs Veterinarian | Pro-Vet of Siloam Springs | 479-373-1400
4698 Hwy 412 East
Siloam Springs, AR 72761
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I moved to the Siloam Springs area this summer and I am thrilled to have found this office! The environment is clean and professional and the staff is wonderful. Dr. Hood thoroughly examined my dog and took the time to patiently answer all my questions and explain the different treatment options. I would recommend this clinic to anyone who loves their pet!
- Ashlyn / Siloam Springs, AR
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