Rainbow Pet Hospital

4468 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66103

(913)831-2034

www.rainbowpethospital.com

Rainbow Pet Hospital Welcomes You!

    Rainbow Pet Hospital, proudly provides the highest quality veterinary care for your four legged family members. We like to think of them as our Furkids. Our strong dedication to professional training and most importantly, continuing education, not just our team members, but our clients too, allows us to stay ahead of the needs of our clients and their furkids in the ever expanding world of modern veterinary care.  You can be confident knowing your Furkids are in excellent hands!

    Rainbow Pet Hospital was established in 1959 by the late Dr. Raymond J.Brugger. Dr. Noreen C. Overeem took over the practice in 1982 when Dr. Brugger retired. Dr. Overeem Graduated in 1974 from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. It is Dr. Overeem's personal dedication to providing clear compassionate care that has allowed us to grow, both personally and professionally. 

    We strive to never lose the strong collaborative care approach between our clients and their Furkid's. This is something we feel they not only need, but deserve. From the moment you meet your new Furkids to the time they pass over the Rainbow Bridge, we are here for you.

Dedicated To Helping 4 Legged Family Members Live a Happy Healthy Life 

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