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Welcome to Goodrich Veterinary Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Omaha, NE
Call us at 402-896-4511

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 402-896-4511!


We are pleased to announce that Goodrich Veterinary Clinic is now under new ownership.  Dr. Melissa Garner and Dr. Sarah Mongan purchased the clinic on September 8, 2014.  Dr. Garner and Dr. Mongan have a combined 37 years of veterinary experience.

Dr. Goodrich has retired and we wish him well in his future endeavors.  

New to the clinic are extended hours on Monday and Wednesday.  Additionally, we have some great new equipment: new digital x-ray, a new ultrasonic dental machine and new anesthetic services and protocols.  As always, we will continue to have boarding and grooming.  

The same friendly staff will continue to help you with the addition of Licensed Veterinary Technician Sharon Schrad. Sharon comes to us with many years of clinical experience most recently a teaching position at Vatterott.

Please feel free to stop in any time to say hi and meet the new doctors.  

Everyday Care you can count on for your pets

Goodrich Veterinary Clinic of Omaha, NE has been providing quality veterinary care to pets for over 24 years. Whether you need surgical care, dental care or other services for your pet, our staff is there to help. We are fully commited to keeping your pet healthy and well groomed.

Compassionate Veterinary Care

Make an Appointment for Your Pet Today

Drs. Melissa Garner and Sarah Mongan
Omaha Veterinarian | Goodrich Veterinary Clinic | 402-896-4511

14120 S St.
Omaha, NE 68137

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