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Ridgeview Animal Hospital Welcomes You!

Serving West Omaha, Gretna and Elkhorn communities since 2001

Ridgeview Animal Hospital - Veterinarians serving West Omaha, and the Gretna and Elkhorn communities - Welcome to our site!  Meet Taenia, our clinic cat!"We Love To Love Your Pets!"

Taking care of our clients and their pets through preventative medicine is our passion. Whatever expectations you come to us with, we want to exceed those by providing excellent customer service, utilizing first-class technicians, and high-quality veterinary medicine and surgery. Three veterinarians on staff provide a compliment of medical opinions and availability, and a variety of services to keep your pet happy and healthy! 

If your an existing client please call our clinic for your access code.

New Client please also check out our Check In Form.



Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Omaha and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (402)333-3366 for all your pet health care needs.


 Thursday, November 27- closed all day.  HAPPY THANKSGIVING! 

Reopening Friday- regular hours (front desk at 7:30 am).

Wednesday, December 24- closing at noon.

Thursday, December 25- closed all day.  MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Friday, December 26- reopening regular hours (front desk at 7:30 am).

Wednesday, December 31- regular hours.

Thursday, January 1- closed all day. HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Friday, January 2- reopening regular hours (front desk at 7:30 am).

If you have an emergency over the holidays, please call the Animal Emergency Clinic, and they will direct you to the appropriate facility. 





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