We value our clients' experience at Callaway County Small Animal Veterinary Clinic. If your pet or animal is currently a patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Dr. Kitty Barnett

"I've been taking my pets that I own myself around 7 years, but my family has used them for my entire life, it is the only place we've ever gone. The staff is great work with, very knowledgeable. Once we had a pet with a more serious medical issues and Dr.Kitty did such a great job of referring us to a specialist, and taking care of us. I will definitely be taking my pets there for years to come."

-Vicky F.

"We've gone to the Callaway County Small Animal Clinic for so long, they've become like family. They're very good with our pets and we really enjoy going there. The staff is wonderful, and Dr. Kitty is just great."

-Nellie M.

"We take out pets here because of their excellent service. They honestly care about animals. It is easy to tell that they love working with them and want to do whatever they can to help. It is also really great that there is never await. I am always in and out, they are very considerate of our time, and are always running on schedule."

-Wanda O.

“Kitty is a great vet and Michelle, her assistant is also super! I'm thankful we do not have to go very often but I have had to call them after hours, like 10 on a Saturday night for a cat with a urinary blockage. They have prices that are reasonable and we purchase all our cat food here as well. They need special food which is a bit pricey to start with and although I might could save a dollar or two at another vet, it isn't worth it”.
 - Debbie B.

“We chose this clinic because they can deal with our large animals needs (cattle and horses), as well as our small animals (dogs and cats). They are always friendly and helpful, and take good care of us and our animals. One time, over a holiday weekend, one of our dogs caught his leg in a piece of wire and the vet walked us through first aid. The vet even gave us his home phone # and mobile phone # in case the dog worsened over the weekend”.
  - Lori R.

“Harley and I just wanted to let you know how much we appreciate your service. Harley and I have been miserable for months and I was beginning to think we would never figure out what was going on with her. Finally, we have a diagnosis and can get her treated! We both thank you very, very much!!!”.
 - Amy W.

“We have been using Callaway Vet Clinic for over 30 years. Throughout that time we have experienced everything from routine exams, to emergencies, to the passing of our beloved companions. If I were to write all our experiences in detail this would be pages long. I can tell you that everyone was handled professionally with expert knowledge, and compassionate concern. Their mission statement is not just a list of things they want to do but how they truly
conduct their business. Taking your pet to Callaway Vet Clinic is guaranteeing the best care available”.
 -Patty B.

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  • "I've been taking my pets that I own myself around 7 years, but my family has used them for my entire life, it is the only place we've ever gone. The staff is great to work with and very knowledgeable. Once we had a pet with more serious medical issues and Dr. Kitty did such a great job of referring us to a specialist, and taking care of us. I will definitely be taking my pets there for years to come."
    Vicky F. / Fulton, MO

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