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About Us

The History

The Hutchinson Pet Hospital was founded by Dr. Curtis Reiter and opened for business in December of 1984 at 146 Main Street, downtown Hutchinson. In 1987, Dr. Reiter’s wife, Janel, joined the practice as manager. We moved to our current facility at 760 Century Ave in June 2000. Dr. Roffey purchased the clinic in 2013 and plans to continue providing outstanding veterinary services to Hutchinson and the surrounding areas.

A great deal of thought and planning has gone into the design of the Hutchinson Pet Hospital. Special emphasis was placed on pet health and comfort. With that in mind, and based on many years of past experience, the kennel area was designed to make your pet’s stay here as pleasant as possible. In floor radiant heating ensures that your pet will not be lying on a cold surface. The Van-E air exchangers located throughout the hospital allow for continuous influx of fresh air and help greatly with odor control and ventilation to prevent spread of infectious airborne diseases. Caged animals are kept on grates to keep them clean and dry. The floors are also textured to provide a non-slip surface for older, arthritic dogs or dogs recovering from orthopedic or other major surgeries. All dogs are exercised twice daily unless contraindicated by a specific medical condition. There are two large outdoor exercise areas for this purpose. The animals are fed and watered twice daily and their cages or runs are cleaned and disinfected as needed.