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    Your referrals are the highest compliment possible.
    We greatly appreciate your confidence in our team.

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    Our Doctors

    Dr. Weingartner, Dr. Meyer, Dr. McRell, and Dr. Hughes are pleased to provide exceptional and compassionate vet care for your pets. We take the time to get to know you and your pet in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere, while providing the best quality care. Taking care of our furry patients is our passion.

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    We offer daycare that allows you to be away for the day without worry or guilt. Puppies benefit as they get socialization with people, learn our veterinary office is a fun place, and we can assist with potty training.

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    Pet Lodging

    Furry Friends Pet Resort has tailor made boarding for your pets individual needs. Our safe and loving accommodations can be reserved by calling 913-829-7387.

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    Puppy/Kitten packages

    Our Puppy or Kitten Package is the perfect way to start the newest member of your family off to the best start.

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    Blackbob Pet Hospital

    Welcome to Blackbob Pet Hospital! Your local veterinarian in Olathe. Call us today at (913) 829-7387 to schedule your pet care appointment!

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    Why Choose Blackbob Pet Hospital?

    You want the best for your friend – and so do we! Taking care of our furry patients and their owners is not just a job; It’s our passion. Call us today! (931) 829-PETS (7387)

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    Veterinary Services Available

    Our Veterinary Hospital in Olathe Kansas is pleased to provide a wide variety of veterinary services for animals in Olathe and Surrounding Area. These services include Surgery, Dental Care, Preventative treatments and more!

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    We love cats!

    Blackbob Pet Hospital, your Olathe veterinarian is pleased to provide many options to help optimize your feline’s health and keep them playful and active.

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Heartworms and our patient Stuart

When they bite, mosquitoes can transmit heartworm infection. And those heartworms can wreak havoc on your dog or cat. These parasites can severely and sometimes fatally damage the heart, lungs, and blood vessels. Some pets may not show any signs of infection; in those that do, symptoms can vary widely. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to keep your dog or cat safe: by administering monthly heartworm preventives or using Proheart 6 month prevention injection. We can help you find the prevention that works best for you and your pet. Unfortunately, our friend Stuart wasn't protected and became infected with heartworms. Read Stuart's story

Dog Flu

Recently, we’ve been receiving questions from some of our pet owners about a new dog virus called canine influenza. They were concerned about stories they had seen or read in the news about “dog flu” outbreaks. In answering their questions, we realized that all of our dog owners may have similar questions and concerns. So, we’re writing to tell you about canine influenza, what puts dogs at risk and what can be done to protect them. Canine influenza is a relatively new disease and can be caused by two different canine influenza virus strains, H3N8 and H3N2. Both strains of canine influenza virus cause respiratory disease in dogs. Affected dogs may develop coughing, nasal discharge, fever, lethargy and loss of appetite. The signs of infection are similar to those of other respiratory diseases in dogs. With proper medical attention, most dogs will recover. However, in some cases, canine influenza can progress to a more severe or even life-threatening condition, such as pneumonia. Canine influenza is highly contagious, so visiting places where dogs socialize or congregate, such as doggie day cares, dog parks, boarding facilities and urban locations, places dogs at higher risk for becoming infected. Making the situation even more difficult to control is that dogs can spread the virus before signs of illness appear. The best way to protect your dog from canine influenza is through vaccination. Fortunately, there are vaccines now available for each canine influenza strain, H3N8 and H3N2. The initial vaccination requires two doses of each vaccine, given 2 to 4 weeks apart. Thereafter, an annual booster for each influenza strain is recommended for continued protection. We recommend vaccinating dogs against both canine influenza H3N8 and H3N2 and have vaccines available. Please call us to discuss any questions you might have and to set up an appointment. Another great resource is: http://www.doginfluenza.com/owners/

Microchipping is $25.00 for the month of October!

During the month of October, we are offering Home Again Microchipping implantation and registration for $25.00. There are many reasons a pet can go missing. Our clinic has seen time again, the power in registered and up to date microchips. Collars and tags are an important line of defense but can fall off or be removed. Most pets we see come in without collars. When we scan an animal for a microchip, it is a wonderful moment when we detect a microchip. We know we are one step closer to getting that pet back with their owner. Please call us at 913-829-7387(PETS) to set up an appointment. If your pet is microchipped but not registered, we can get your pet enrolled. If your pet is registered but you have experienced a change in address or phone number we encourage you to update that information with the company. The procedure is simple and similar to administering a vaccine or a routine shot. The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades. The process takes only a few seconds, and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination. No anesthetic is required.

We Are AAHA Accredited Members

Blackbob Pet Hospital is proud to be an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to the highest standards of veterinary care. AAHA regularly evaluates our hospital to ensure that we meet or exceed the association's standards for patient care, hospital services and equipment. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.