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Welcome to Shaw Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Highland AR
Call us at (870) 856-3243

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (870) 856-3243!


Highland veterinarians, Drs. Donna & Roger Shaw, and their staff at Shaw Veterinary Clinic are committed to your pet's health and well being. Since the hospital first opened in 1983, Drs. Roger & Donna Shaw have endeavored to provide the residents of the Highland area with exceptional patient care. The mission of Shaw Veterinary Clinic is to excel in pet care and promote the science of veterinary medicine.

Drs. Roger & Donna Shaw and the staff at Shaw Veterinary Clinic have provided the Highland area compassionate veterinary care and pet services for over 30 years, making us the animal clinic of choice for pet owners in and around the Highland community.

Shaw Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. We genuinely care about your pets and all animals! Our staff is passionate about veterinary medicine and are extremely well trained. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. At Shaw Veterinary Clinic, you will walk into a calm, welcoming, and friendly environment every visit, so that the experience is as comfortable as possible for you and your pet.

Shaw Veterinary Clinic offers the Highland community wellness care as well as grooming, medical, surgical, and dental services. We also have an in-house pharmacy and laboratory along with access to veterinary specialists, making our veterinary facility a one stop shop for your pet's health and medical needs. If you are new to our website, please browse around to learn about our facility and to read interesting pet articles and watch groundbreaking pet videos. Click on the "email us" link below to ask us a question or to submit feedback. For directions to our office see our contact us page. To receive free monthly veterinary care articles, please subscribe to our newsletter.

photo.JPGDrs. Roger & Donna Shaw
(870) 856-3243
1588 Highway 62-412
Highland, AR 72542-9470
Home phone (870) 856-3824


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Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

Testimonials

  • "Once again Leslie fit Parker in and Dr. Shaw took care of him. Such a friendly place where you know they care. Thank you!"
    Sharon Dickens C.
  • "Absolutely Amazing, have always been there for my doggies, even did an emergency leg amputation on one of my dogs in the middle of the night. Will continue to come back, and recommend."
    Sara P.
  • "They was wonderful, even got an appointment the same day! They didn't rush me in and out, they took their time and did their job well. As soon as I walked in I felt certain they care about animals!"
    Carol Ann M.
  • "Drs. Roger & Donna go above and beyond their professional duties to do what is best for their patients. Their genuine compassion for animals is the reason I will always remain a loyal client."
    Capri Madden / Thayer, MO Highland, AR

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