The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City offers a variety of preventive and basic veterinary care services. We do not screen based on financial need.
No appointments are required; rather our veterinarians see patients on a first-come, first-served basis. We do offer appointments for wellness check ups and annual vaccines on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 10am to 2:30pm. To make an appointment call 913-596-1000 or send an email.
Monday thru Friday: 9am to 4pm
No clinic on Saturday (spay/neuter appointments only)
Closed on Sunday
*Please call ahead at 913-596-1000 to verify times. Our clinic sometimes experiences large volumes of clients. When this happens we must stop accepting clients for that day. We have two veterinarians on Tuesday and Thursday and can see more clients on those days. We have a Spanish translator Monday - Friday.
Clients are able to receive preventive health care for their pets including exams, vaccinations and tests for heartworm disease, feline leukemia and feline immunosuppressive virus. Basic care for things such as small wounds and flea allergies are also provided. We sell heartworm prevention medication for dogs, flea and tick prevention, and other basic pet care products.
We are not a full-service clinic and do not provide services such as x-rays, teeth cleaning, extensive lab work, or surgeries other than spay/neutering.
We require that any adult pet using our clinic services be spayed/neutered. Most puppies and kittens can be spayed or neutered starting at 4 months of age. We do not offer our veterinary services to breeders. Spay/neuter clinic information >
Clinical Services Fees*
Office call/exam fee (per animal)... $28
Extended exam fee... $35
Re-check exam... $15
Rabies vaccine... $15
Canine distemper... $16
Heartworm test... $20
Feline distemper... $12
Feline leukemia vaccine... $16
Feline leukemia & FIV combo test... $24
Toe nail trim... Cat $8 ... Dog $15
Call 913-596-1000 for more information about our clinic and for quotes on other clinical services.
*The fees posted are current as of March 2014 and are subject to change.