At Raintree Animal Health Center, we offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions or would like more information on how we can care for your pet, please contact us today.
Raintree Animal offers a wonderful boarding facility with great nightly rates.
- We provide bowls, blankets, food, etc.
- For our big dogs we have runs, that are seven foot by four foot and easily fit even the biggest pooch. For our smaller pets we have apartments which are three foot by three foot. Please keep in mind that your pet won’t have free roam while boarding but will get all the exercise they need when they are let out.
- If you are booking for two or more pets in the same run or apartment, you pay full price for your first pet but any additional pet gets 25% off.
- If your pet is on any medication, we will medicate them as instructed by you or the drug label.
- Every pet must be up to date on: Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella, as well as an up to date Fecal to check for intestinal parasites.
- Patients can be groomed/bathed after boarding for an additional charge.
Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser is a state-of-the-art alternative therapy to assist with pain and healing. It can be used after surgeries to help increase blood flow to local areas, improving healing. It can also be used for chronic pain, helping to increase blood flow to those areas. Ask your pet’s veterinarian how your pet would benefit from our Cold Laser Therapy.
Pets have dental diseases and problems just like we do. On average, pets accumulate dental tartar 7x faster than we do. Many of these problems can be avoided by bringing your pet in for regular dental check ups and dental cleanings. All dental cleanings done at Raintree Animal have the option of a full set of dental radiographs. Do you suffer because of your pets horrid breath? Your pet may be suffering as well. Bad breath, plaque near the gum line and difficulty eating can all be early signs of dental disease. If dental disease goes untreated, it can lead to infection, loss of teeth and kidney and heart disease. If you believe your pet is suffering from dental disease, please call to schedule a dental cleaning and radiographs right away!
After the Dental
Now that your pet has the freshest breath in town, we need to keep it that way. There are several options for at home dental care. Brushing your pet’s teeth is a great way to keep the plaque and tartar build up down to a minimum. You can either use a finger toothbrush or a pet toothbrush. There are flavored toothpastes available for your pet, because you don’t want to use human toothpaste. There are also water additives that act as a kind of mouthwash for your pet. Pets do not have the ability to spit so, they make it safe to swallow. There are also dental treats available, and specific dental diets.
- Having advanced diagnostic equipment, such as IDEXX and Vet Ray Technology, allows us to examine specific areas more closely and provide a quicker and more accurate diagnosis.
- We have an in-house laboratory to offer you results and a diagnosis in minutes instead of making you wait a day (or more) for the results.
- We perform radiographs that can be sent out to a radiologist for consultation.
To learn more about how we can help your pet with our diagnostic tools, contact us today at 816-623-3960.
When you have animals, emergencies happen. Unfortunately, they are a part of life. Here at Raintree Animal Health Center, we are here to help you and your pet!
We know that emergencies (of any kind) are very stressful for both you, your family, and your pet. It is our goal to help you in any way that we can. Our staff is dedicated and well trained to handle emergencies of all types.
One thing that we do ask is that you to do is please call ahead, at (816) 623-3960, so that we are prepared for you when you walk in our doors! This allows us to be better prepared to take care of your pet when you come in.
For any emergencies that occur when we are not available to help, we trust the following emergency centers:
Blue Pearl (Overland Park)
11950 West 110th St
Overland Park, KS 66210
Phone: (913) 642-9563
They are open in the evenings, weekends, and holidays when we are closed!
We groom dogs Monday-Friday and you can call anytime to schedule. We like to have you drop your pet off in the morning between 7am and 8am, so that they are here when Alexis arrives. Each dog is different and may be priced according to their grooming needs. Our baths are priced by weight, the larger the dog the higher the price. Baths include ear cleaning, bathing, expressing their anal glands and trimming their nails. Please call to schedule your pet’s spa day!
We are proud to offer orthopedic surgical procedures for injuries and conditions to soft tissue areas of your pet’s body. We utilize state of the art diagnostic imaging to enhance our capabilities for soft tissue surgery, ensuring that your pet has access to the highest standard of veterinary medicine.
Our surgical team is highly trained and experienced in soft tissue orthopedic procedures, so you can rest assured that your pet is in good hands. We promise to communicate with you throughout the process, and make your pet’s surgery as stress-free as possible.
If you have any questions or comments about how we can help your pet through soft tissue orthopedic surgery, please contact us today at 816-623-3960.
We know that bringing your pet in to have surgery can be a difficult experience. We hope to relieve some of that stress and anxiety by giving you a step by step of how the surgery will go;
- First, we will have you drop off your pet between 7 and 8:30am on the morning of their scheduled surgery. Once they arrive a technician will draw a few drops of blood to run pre-surgical blood work. This is to make sure that your pet’s liver and kidney values are normal and can handle the anesthesia. They will also check all of your pet’s vital signs (weight, temperature, heart rate, pulse, and overall appearance).
- Second, a technician places an IV catheter in your pet’s leg. This is how they will administer anesthesia and the catheter will also act as an emergency injection port. Your pet is also given fluids through this catheter while he/she is under anesthesia.
- Then, a technician will insert an endotracheal tube to maintain an open airway for your pet. This will allow flow of oxygen as well as anesthesia.
- Your pet is monitored by a veterinary technician at all times, along with an EKG, and a pulsometer. They are on a heated surgery table during their procedure.
- After your pet’s surgery is finished, they will have their endotracheal tube removed and will be monitored by a technician as they wake up in recovery.
- We will then call you with an update and give you a discharge time to pick up your pet and go over all of the after care instructions and any medications.