Horton Animal Hospital-Forum

2200 Chapel Plaza Court
Columbia, MO 65203

(573)446-3227

www.hortonforum.com

Welcome to Horton Animal Hospital-Forum!

Our Mission:

To provide high quality, progressive veterinary medicine while promoting the human-animal bond through our commitment to our clients, their pets and our community

As recommended by several veterinary organizations, beginning Monday, March 23, we will institute a "paws only" policy for our hospital due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We plan to remain open in order to care for your pets.  However, we believe it is important to do our part to stop the spread of disease in our town.  If our team gets sick, we will not be able to care for your pets in times of emergency. Our staff have families of their own who want them to remain safe and healthy.

The following protocol will be temporary, and we ask your understanding in instituting and following the plan:
-Call our office to set up an appointment time as usual.
-Call us when you arrive in the parking lot (573-446-3227).
-We will confirm your pet's needs and get a medical history over the phone.
-One of our outstanding team will come to your car to get your pet. Please confirm that they are on a reliable leash/collar or in a carrier. We need to have minimal face to face contact and will maintain distance.
-You are welcome to drop off or wait for your pet.
-We will examine your pet and go over treatment details and updates via telephone.
-You may pay over the phone with credit card or we can pick up check or cash from your car.
-We will return your pet to your car.

Again, thank you for your understanding during this stressful time. We value you and your pets and want to remain open to provide needed services in a timely fashion.

Horton Animal Hospital-Forum has seen many changes over the years. Originally opened as an out-patient clinic, we have grown into a full-service hospital. We enjoy working with our traditional (dog & cat) and non-traditional patients (rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rodents, reptiles, and many others). Our mission is to provide quality care and attention to all our patients and their owners.

As animals' needs change from pediatrics to adulthood and on to geriatrics, we strive to assure their quality of life. In addition to preventative medicine, we have in-house hematology and blood chemistry analysis, radiology, ultrasound, dental, surgical and hospitalization facilities on site. Boarding and grooming services are also available.

The opening of our new hospital in June of 2005 allowed us to care for more patients with expanded housing areas and provide dedicated parking for our clients. We are located between Forum Blvd. and Chapel Plaza Court just south of Chapel Hill Road.

At Horton Animal Hospital-Forum, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.   

 
Dr. Susan Sczepanski, Dr. Jennifer Reisdorf, Dr. Lindsay Dorr, Dr. Mary March & Dr. Kristina Tan Weitzel
Columbia Veterinarians | Horton Animal Hospital-Forum | 573-446-3227

2200 Chapel Plaza Court
Columbia, MO 65203

HAH-F offers the VIN Client Information Library

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Columbia and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (573)446-3227 for all your pet health care needs.

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