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Welcome to the Animal Hospital of
We are a small animal veterinary hospital that strives for personal service and client education to help you take the best care of your pet.
From the moment you enter the Animal Hospital of De Pere you will know your pet is going to receive the best care possible. We are a full service animal hospital serving De Pere, Green Bay and many of the surrounding areas providing inpatient and outpatient care. Whether your pet needs vaccinations, boarding, spay or neutering, dentistry or day to day preventative medicine, we can help! Our team of professionals at the Animal Hospital of De Pere are skilled at providing compassionate care and are ready to respond quickly and competently.
One of our De Pere veterinarians is waiting to serve you from our qualified staff, which includes Dr. John Barnstorff, D.V.M. and Dr. Jennifer Stoll, D.V.M.
Call to schedule an appointment. This will give you and your pet a chance to meet with a professional, courteous De Pere vet and get to know us so we can learn about your pet's needs as well.
Animal Hospital of De Pere works to make De Pere veterinarian services highly accessible and easy to use. You can either Request an Appointment online or give us a call at (920) 336-5774 for an appointment. No need to put off vaccinations or a much needed checkup when you can call us and get your pet in!
Our veterinary hospital is conveniently located at 703 N 9th St in De Pere. Call or come and visit our website to learn how a kind and caring veterinarian from our friendly staff can help you today.
Remember, at Animal Hospital of De Pere, we care for your pets because they are family!
De Pere Veterinarian | Animal Hospital of De Pere | 920-336-5774
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