A Full-Service Hospital

Hartland Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital with an in-house surgical suite for appointed and emergency surgeries, a laboratory and a complete pharmacy. Our hospital is designed to save you time and make your visit more convenient.

Our doctors perform in-house surgery aided by state-of-the- art equipment and technology to ensure animals the safest and best available care. Our surgeries include both soft tissue and orthopedic procedures.

In case of emergency, call (270) 786-5545. Our phones are answered for emergencies 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, even on holidays.

Our in-house laboratory features:
  • Blood chemistry, blood count, tissue examination, bacteria culture, and other tests
  • Sophisticated Digital X-Ray, Digital Ultrasound, and endoscope equipment for evaluating animals internal organs.
  • Safe gas anesthesia with pulse oximeter to analyze your animals cardiovascular condition and monitor heart rate are available during surgery.
And for your convenience, our in-house pharmacy can fulfill most of your animals necessary prescription medications as well as supply quality, specialized foods for your pets special dietary needs.

Quality Large Animal Care
Hartland Animal Hospital also features a cattle processing and treatment facility as well as a horse treatment and surgery area located in our Equine Center. Horse and cattle herd health programs are offered, including a complete line of vaccines, parasite control, and other animal health products. Our products are designed to prevent diseases and encourage a healthy, productive life for each of our large animal patients.

Making Animal Care Affordable
Hartland Animal Hospital strives to make your pet care convenient as well as affordable. We offer a number of payment options including cash, check, Master Card, Visa, and Discover.

We want to make your health care experience a positive and affordable one.

kitty1.pngWere pleased to offer the following services at Hartland Animal Hospital:
  •     Behavior Consultations
  •     Boarding
  •     Complete Companion Animal Care
  •     Dentistry
  •     Diagnostic Services on site
  •     Digital Ultrasonography
  •     Dietary and Nutritional Counseling
  •     Examinations, Vaccinations, Surgery and Medicine
  •     Exotic Pet and Bird Medicine
  •     Geriatric Care
  •     Grooming
  •     Livestock and Equine Mobile Services
  •     Medical Diagnostics and Hospitalized Treatment
  •     Pet Food and Supplies
  •     Pregnancy Ultrasonography
  •     Digital Radiology
  •     Routine Health Examinations
  •     Routine Surgeries
  •     Small Animal Medicine and Surgery for Cats and Dogs
  •     Wellness and Preventive Medicine
  •     Foot Care for Cattle
  •     Beef and Dairy Health Herd Exams

We are accepting new patients.

Please call us at 270-786-5545 or use the form below to request an appointment.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


7:00 am-4:30 pm


7:00 am-4:30 pm


7:00 am-4:30 pm


7:00 am-4:30 pm


7:00 am-4:30 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm




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  • "Wonderful people who understand that our pets are part of the family. So kind and compassionate."
    Phyllis W. Horse Cave, KY

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