Wycliff Animal Clinic FAQs

There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. Below are some answers to our most common questions.

We proudly serve the pets in Overland Park, KS, and beyond

At Wycliff Animal Clinic, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns. Please feel free to call us at (913) 888-2195 for any other concerns you might have about your pet.

What types of pets do you treat?

We see cats and dogs only.

What languages are offered?

Our clinic has a bilingual staff available to assist clients in both English and Spanish.

Is the clinic Fear Free certified?

No, not currently.

Is the clinic AAHA accredited?

No, not currently.

What forms of payment do you accept?
  • Cash
  • Check (with a valid ID)
  • Debit Card
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • CareCredit
  • Scratchpay
  • All Pet Card
  • VetBilling
Do you offer a payment plan?

We do not offer an in-house clinic payment plan. However, we do work with the following payment partners to assist you in providing the needed care for your pet:

  • CareCredit
  • All Pet Card
  • Scratchpay
  • VetBilling
Do you see emergencies?

During business hours, yes! Please call us if you are on your way so we can be as prepared for your arrival as possible to expedite treatment. Upon arrival, our highly trained staff will perform an immediate triage assessment to assess the stability of your pet and the need for emergency medical intervention. After business hours, we refer clients to local emergency vet hospitals such as BluePearl, Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty, or AcuteVet.

Do you send records to other clinics/boarding facilities?

Yes, if the records are requested by the client directly in person or over the phone. If the request is from an emergency hospital, we can provide them to the clinic without the client’s permission to ensure care is not delayed in emergent situations.

Do you offer grooming?

Yes, during certain days of the week we have a full-service groomer available in-house by appointment only. Please call the clinic to schedule a groom for your pet.

Do you offer boarding?

Yes, we offer boarding for cats and dogs. We have many sizes of kennels available to accommodate any size cat or dog. Dogs are walked multiple times daily during their stay.

Do you offer daycare?

No, not at this time.

Does the clinic sell prevention?

Yes! Our clinic offers comprehensive parasite control solutions, including preventive medications like Bravecto and TriHeart, treatments for existing infestations, and guidance on keeping your pet’s environment free from these pests.

Can I order prevention, food, or prescriptions from the clinic?

In some cases, yes. However, we do have an online pharmacy where you can place an order and send it to the clinic for approval if needed. You can then have the items conveniently sent straight to your door.

Does the clinic sell pet food?

Yes. Although most of the dry and wet food we stock is prescription-based for different medical conditions, we do stock a few types of non-prescription dry dog food.

Does the clinic offer dental services?

Yes, we perform dental cleanings, surgeries, extractions, etc., for both cats and dogs.

What types of imaging are available in-house?

Digital radiography, ultrasound, and endoscopy are available at our practice.

Are you currently hiring?

Please check our Careers page for a list of current openings or call the clinic directly and ask to speak with Administration.

I found a cat or dog. Do you take strays?

No, we do not take strays from the public. We can help you check for a microchip or the rabies tag, but the animal must go with you after we perform the check. Otherwise, we would refer you to the Animal Control of the city you found the pet in. They will be the best resource to try to find where the animal belongs.

Do you work with rescues?

We do work with rescues to provide medical treatment to cats and dogs. Currently, we work with DivaPets Rescue and Lucky 13 Rescue. If your rescue organization is interested in working with us, please contact the clinic and speak with Administration.

Do you have any animals up for adoption?

Sometimes we do have a cat or dog that is looking for a new home. Please check our Adoptables page for information on available pets.