covid- 19 PRECAUTIONS
While maintaining normal business hours and operation, as of March 25th, a few precautions will be put in place to ensure safety of our staff and clients. We are trying to keep our lobby at "social distancing" recommendations, and in order to do so, we will be seeing emergencies and sick patients first and limiting routine appointments. Masks are encouraged and now mandated by the state of Arkansas. We are only performing elective services, such as nail trims and anal gland expressions, by appointment only- no walk ins. Medication refills and requests must be called ahead to shorten lobby time. If the lobby becomes overcrowded, we will ask those waiting for an appointment to wait in the car until a room becomes available. When picking up your pet, you are welcome to come in to pay, and then we will bring him or her to your car. If you would like to expedite the check-in process, please visit the "forms" tab and fill out the appropriate paperwork prior to coming in. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time.
Annual physicals are highly recommended as the main form of preventative care. Vaccinations, heart worm tests, and fecal exams are available and recommended during this time.
Annual vaccines are recommended as preventative care- unless otherwise discussed with the doctor.
We offer many surgical procedures such as routine spays and neuters that are HIGHLY recommended or more specific surgeries that can be discussed with the doctors ahead of time.
Oral hygiene is critical to your pet's overall health. Routine dental cleanings are highly recommended and performed by our wonderful technicians.
We have talented, on-site groomers to get your pet looking and feeling great! Up to date vaccines are required. Vaccines or other treatments are available while your pet is here, upon request.
We offer the implantation and registration of microchips to serve as another method of identification. A microchip can be scanned at any animal care facility and gives the ability to contact you if your pet goes missing.
We offer a comfortable and safe environment with a variety of kennel sizes and one on one exercise. Up to date vaccines are required and can be given while your pet is staying with us.
New and non-invasive form of pain control treatment and injury rehabilitation through infrared laser. Most commonly used for arthritis!
Village Pet Hospital became the very first animal health care center in Bella Vista when our very own, Dr. Arnold, built the first facility in 1987. Dr. Harper, our primary veterinarian and surgeon, took over ownership in 2003 and built the new facility in January 2011.
Our clinic is fully equipped with innovative technology and machines to provide a more comfortable visit with the most proficient results. We all share a goal to treat all pets and owners as family and to focus on the care and healing of our patients.
With these goals in mind, Dr. Harper has hired an exceptional group of employees to carry out this care. Click the button below to get to know our staff:
100 Lambeth Road
Bella Vista, AR 72714
Phone: (479) 855-3057
Fax: (479) 855-4161
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
12:30 PM- 1:30 PM
CLOSED FOR LUNCH
Monday- Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Weekends: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM &
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM