Welcome to the Huguenot Animal Hospital Family!

We are so pleased you have found us!  We look forward to meeting you and your pets, and to developing a long-lasting relationship with your family. Click the Facebook link below and "like" us for fun facts and pictures!  

Updates

 ♦ New Client discount!

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♦ Our Pet Health Library is now open!

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Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide the highest quality veterinary service and compassionate care for pets and the people who love them.

Core Values:

  • Providing pet owners with unparalleled customer service, convenient access, and individually tailored options.
  • Treating each pet as if it were our own, and their owners as if they were family.
  • Maintaining a clean, comfortable and well-equipped hospital.
  • Focusing on education, for ourselves and our clients.
  • Taking pride and personal responsibility in all aspects of our jobs.

Huguenot Animal Hospital, known to our friends as the HAH, is Chesterfield's newest full-service veterinary facility.  We are conveniently located in the Huguenot Village Shopping Center at the intersection of Robious Rd and Huguenot Rd., in the same center as Outback, Bailey's, and the Great Big Green House.

 

Huguenot Animal Hospital Pet Interest Articles

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Five Top Tips for Surviving or Avoiding the Veterinary ER

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IMHA: Four Letters You Never Want to Meet

Most of the diseases that we see and treat in the ER can be pretty easily comprehended by non-medical folks: trauma, infection, cancer – all of these seem to m ...

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is caused by Rickettsia rickettsii. This intracellular parasite is transmitted to dogs through the bite of an infected tick ...

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