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  • Hooray for Dr. Hill!
    Dr. Hill had quite a week at KVet last week. Because of the holidays, Dr. Hill was the only veterinarian on duty every day last week.  Of course, he was busy.  No Read more
  • KVet Holiday Tradition
    Every year around this time, Dr. Konegger treats the whole KVet family to a wonderful evening of dinner, camaraderie, and celebration. We must have been very good this year, because Santa, Read more
  • Living With Older Pets
    Like many of you, I live with elderly pets. Sage will be 13 soon, and he is slowing down.  Happily, there hasn't been any particular health crisis in a long time, Read more
  • What does a rehab visit look like?
    Sometimes it begins with convincing the patient that this is a good idea. Eventually, though, they all get the hang of it. Here Porter is weaving (slowly) around poles to help him Read more
  • What can be helped with Rehab?
    According to the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians (Dr. Halden is a member), here is a partial list of conditions that could be helped through Rehabilitation: Osteoarthritis - increased mobility, range Read more
  • Thank you!
    As the internet is flooded this week with things that everyone is thankful for, we at KVet want you to know that we are grateful for you. It is a great Read more
  • Charlotte came to see us!
    Dr.s Halden and Hill seeing Charlotte, the pot-bellied pig.  While we take our work very seriously, we have great fun doing it! Earlier this week Dr. Hill told me that he Read more
  • Kody keeps going!
    Kody comes to the office feeling like a Super Hero! Kody is a veteran patient at KVet.  He is a long time Chiropractic and Acupuncture patient here.  He's gotten to a place Read more
  • Hugo
    Hugo is nothing but fun, fun, fun! When he came to see us the first time, Hugo was definitely not enjoying all of his fun.  He was sore and hurting, and Read more
  • Bartleby the Bunny
    Bartleby had his first chiropractic adjustment this week! Bartleby, the rabbit in this picture, came to see Dr. Hill this week for torticollis.  That means that Bartleby's neck with turned to Read more
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Monday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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Friday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

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