Experience the very best and affordable veterinary care in an environment that's comfortable for both you and your pet at Twin Pines Animal Clinic

20994 State Route K, St. Joseph, MO 64505  |  Get Directions  |  (816) 364-1089

The Twin Pines Difference

We strive to take the best possible care of our patients and their people. While working within our clients budget guidelines our goal is to maximize the outcome of patient treatment. Our experienced staff counsels our patients' owners about which procedures are most likely to help with diagnostics and following treatments. Updating owners as often as possible with status, treatment, and prognosis changes, all while providing the best results possible for "your pets, our family". Plan a Visit

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Halloween Dangers!

Remember your dogs and cats on Halloween, as many don’t realize some of the potential threat to the health of their pets. To start with, the candy and their wrappers can be harmful. The candy itself can be toxic to your pet. Not only chocolate, but also other types of candies can cause problems. Some […]

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Check it out RIGHT NOW!!! Let’s make this short and simple folks………..money is tight and coupons are great. You can order foods online through

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First things first…….it DOES NOT have to be 110F to cause heatstroke!! In fact a very large majority, probably in the upper 90%, of the cases we see are while temperatures are more around the 80F to 9oF. Just keep this in mind as you read the following. Dog heat stroke can strike in minutes […]

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The St. Joseph Kennel Club and Twin Pines Animal Clinic proudly present the St. Joseph Police Department’s K-9 Unit!! These highly trained canine officers and their human companions will be demonstrating the skills necessary to assist the police department in catching criminals. With years of training and honed in skills these K-9 officers are very […]

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  What can only be assumed to be Canine Distemper is being seen throughout the area, mostly in caught wild life such as raccoons. With a high fatality rate, this is not something to take lightly. It can be easily transmitted through direct and indirect contact with an infected animal. Canine distemper is a viral […]

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