You and your pets deserve the finest care! At Chesterfield Veterinary Center, we're dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of our patients. Our compassionate and knowledgeable team supplies complete veterinary services, including preventative medicine and a host of diagnostics and therapeutics. We offer additional services such as boarding. Please feel free to look around our site.

Contact Details

  City Chesterfield, MO
  Zip Code 63017
  Address 14161 Olive Boul
  Phone Number (314) 469-1700

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For more than 30 years Chesterfield Veterinary Center has been a staple of pet owners in Chesterfield, and throughout West St. Louis County, Missouri. As a full service animal hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri, we offer a complete range of preventative wellness care services, dentistry, medical and surgical care, boarding, and emergency care within a modern and welcoming facility. Please browse through our website to learn more about us, then feel free to give us a call today to set up your first appointment.

For more than 30 years Chesterfield Veterinary Center in Chesterfield, Missouri has offered complete veterinary care to pets and pet owners in Chesterfield, and throughout St. Louis. As a full service animal hospital, we are dedicated to providing the best that modern veterinary medicine has to offer by a skilled staff that is professional and courteous. Founded in 1974, we have continually strived to ensure our hospital remains at the cutting edge of veterinary care. In 1997, Dr. Flasar expanded the hospital in order to update its resources and expand our care offerings.

Throughout our more than 30 year history, pet owners have come to rely on us as a welcoming and skilled partner in the care of their beloved companions. To that end, we have always strived to remain on the cutting edge of veterinary and client care, which includes the building of a brand new facility. Completed in the late spring of 2012, our new animal hospital features a state-of-the-art surgical suite, updated treatment areas, a full laboratory, a complete pharmacy, four large private exam rooms with lift tables for large dogs, and more.

Over the past few years veterinary radiographs have become far more powerful and useful than ever before, principally because they can now be taken digitally and displayed on a computer. This means that your veterinarian can quickly take a highly detailed image and then manipulate it to gain a better view of your pet's bones and internal organs. The result is that diagnosing a wide range of medical conditions is made faster and far more accurate than ever before. Chesterfield Veterinary Center believes that our patients deserve the best possible care.

When traveling for business or taking your family on vacation there is a lot to do and enough stress without having to worry about who is going to take care of your beloved animal companion. This is especially true if your pet has a chronic or acute medical condition that requires a caregiver with some veterinary knowledge and experience. Rather than impose on a neighbor or rely on a pet sitter with little animal care training, Chesterfield Veterinary Center offers veterinarian supervised boarding for companion animals.

Jessica S. is our Director of Hospital Services and Head Veterinary Technician. She has been with Chesterfield Veterinary Center since 2003 and began working in companion animal care in 1995. Jessica is also a member of the Veterinary Wound Management Society, National Canine Cancer Foundation, International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. She has a border collie named Shamus and a cat named Weazel as well as many freshwater fish. Her interests include spending time with friends and family, reading and extreme obstacle races.

The Cat Fancier's Association has information on cat shows, cat breeds, cat care, as well as a showcase of top winning cats. Cornell University Veterinary School's Feline Health Center website contains information on medical topics relating to cat health care. Ohio State University's Indoor Cat Initiative provides information related to enriching the lives of indoor cats. The ASPCA exists to promote humane principles, prevent cruelty and alleviate fear, pain and suffering in animals. Visit the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center website for any animal poison-related emergency.

Refer a friend to our practice and receive a $25 credit account credit good for any product or service! Referral must be a new client to our practice and must present your name at time of initial appointment.