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Highland Park Animal Hospital has served the Des Moines and surrounding area for over 25 years. We have a long history of providing professional, compassionate veterinary care to your pets, remembering they are an important member of your family, and treating them like one of our own.
We are a full service animal hospital committed to providing quality veterinary care by combining compassionate care with the latest in medical technology and treatment.
Please take time to explore our website to learn about the services we offer, meet our staff, and find recommended websites for information about animal care and other useful links.
At Highland Park Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Des Moines Veterinarian | Highland Park Animal Hospital | (515) 243-4665
4270 Northwest 6th Dr
Des Moines, IA 50313
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