Ozark Veterinary Clinic
1802 State Highway 14 E, Ozark, MO 65721
(417) 581-2414Add Hours
Secondary Phone: (417) 581-8218
Phone: (417) 581-8218
TollFree: (888) 466-3242
Richard Linn DVM
Mcclure, Meda, DVM Ozark Veterinary Clinic DVM
Clonts, Julie, Dvm - Ozark Veterinary Clinic
Linn Richard DVM
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We have been with clinic for 2 plus yrs. We took our bulldog in for a abscess tooth and cleaning. 2 hrs later we get a call that he had died. Blood work was good and as soon as they put him under he dies. Tyson was 6 years old and healthy. Teeth cleaning and remove tooth and he dies. We are still in shock.
My little yorkie was attacked by an animal that almost killed him. He was bleeding to death, had a punctured lung and four broken ribs. They took my baby in and took amazing care if him. They treated him as if he was their own. Miraculously he survived this attack but if it werent for Lynn, he would have died in our arms. I will be forever grateful to the medical staff there. They made me feel as if the only thing that mattered was getting our pet home to us! FISH and the rest of my family thank you!
The most wonderful, caring, informed people in the world. If ever you need a vet this is the place to go you will not be sorry. They will give your pet the best care in the world. Our Buster had many medical issues and they stayed on top of it to the end and then in the end when nothing could be done they held us in their arms and grieved with us. Love, Love, Love them. Dr. Ketchem can work magic!
We took our cat, Kitty there last week because he was unable to pee. It turns out that he was extremely blocked with a life threatening disease called FUS. They hospitalized him, stuck a catheter in him and let it stay in for 24 hours. He was supposed to come home the next day, but he had reblocked, so he had to stay again and repeat the procedure.
He was allowed to come home on Saturday, where they told me that he would be fine. Kitty was unable to get but a few drops out of his body at once. Overnight, he had reblocked, it seemed. His stomach became distended and swollen once more. It being Sunday, the vet was not open. As we were getting ready to take him to the emergency vet in Springfield, he passed away, with a horrible look of agony on his face.
I believe that the hospital sent him back home to us with a partial block that turned into a complete one.
Kitty was treated by several veterinarians while he was there. Dr. Clonts was amazing. She had wonderful bedside manners and seemed to genuinely care about my cat. I never got to meet the other doctors who eventually took care of Kitty, but I believe they neglected him.
I am very unimpressed by the Clinic Manager, Claudia, as she seemed to look down on us as we figured out our payment plan. She gave off a very money-hungry vibe and lacked any sort of compassion.
I will not be returning here.